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Navigating the Impact: Exploring Technology's Influence on Teaching and Learning


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Question: QUESTION 1 1.1 Discuss four (4) potential impacts technology has on teaching and learning (8) 1.2 Explain four (4) implications of technology on teaching and learning (8) QUESTION 2 2.1 Mention any two (2) online teaching strategies that teachers can use to make content accessible. (4) QUESTION 3 Evaluate the extract below: “The pace at which technology is advancing today is nothing short of extraordinary. As we stand on the cusp of a new era, it is both thrilling and daunting to contemplate how these technological advancements will shape our educational spaces in the next two decades”. (10) ASSESSMENT: This is how you will be evaluated: QUESTION 1 1.1 4 impacts technology has on teaching and learning (2 marks allocated for each impact provided) (2 x 4= 8) 1.2 4 implications of technology on teaching and learning (2 x 4 = 8) QUESTION 2 2.1 2 strategies that teachers can use to make content accessible (2 marks allocated to each strategy) (2 X 2 = 4) QUESTION 3 3.1 5 points should be indicated in the evaluation of the given extract (2 marks allocated to each point) (2 x 5 = 10)

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QUESTION 1 1.1 The following are four potential impacts technology has on teaching and learning: - Enhanced Engagement: Technology can make learning more interactive and engaging. Interactive tools such as smart boards, virtual field trips, and interactive quizzes can keep students interested and engaged in their learning (2 marks). - Personalized Learning: Through educational technologies, teachers can tailor the teaching process to meet the individual needs of every student. Online resources, adaptive learning systems, and learning management systems provide a vast array of individual learning paths (2 marks). - Collaboration: Technology promotes collaboration by allowing students to work together on assignments and projects even remotely, using tools such as Google docs or other project management tools (2 marks). - Resources Accessibility: With technology, learning resources are readily available anytime and anywhere, from digital textbooks to educational videos (2 marks). 1.2 The following are four implications of technology on teaching and learning: - Digital Literacy: Technology requires both teachers and students to develop digital literacy skills. These skills include the ability to locate, evaluate, and effectively use digital information (2 marks). - Inequity: There's a digital divide between students who have access to technology and those who don't, which might result in inequity in education (2 marks). - Distractions: Technology can be a source of distraction for students. Social media, games, and other online attractions may take away students' focus from learning (2 marks). - Expense: There is a cost implication to the integration of technology in education. Not all schools may afford the necessary technology which might create gaps in learning quality (2 marks). QUESTION 2 2.1 Two online teaching strategies that teachers can use to make content accessible include: - Use of multimedia: This could include videos, audio, images, infographics, which caters to different learning styles (2 marks). - Interactivity: Engaging students in interactive activities such as quizzes, discussion forums, online group projects to help students actively learn and understand the content (2 marks). QUESTION 3 The extract speaks to the rapid development in technology and the expectations of how this will impact education in the future. When evaluating this extract: - It acknowledges the speed of technological growth, indicating an understanding of the current digital landscape (2 marks). - It shows anticipation for the coming era of more advanced technology, suggesting optimism for the potential in education (2 marks). - Yet, it also notes the daunting aspect of these advancements, recognizing potential challenges such as keeping up with rapid changes, cost, and implications on teaching methods (2 marks). - It hints that future educational spaces will be shaped significantly by technology, implying the pressing need for educators, students, and institutions to adapt (2 marks). - It does not consider the potential flaws and limitations of heavily relying on technology in education, pointing out a potential bias (2 marks).

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March 31, 2024, 1:38 p.m.

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Published: Sunday, March 31, 2024

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