Perspectives on digital education – or should we rethink teaching?

J. Gácsi, Mária [Jaskóné Gácsi, Mária (Irodalomtudomány,...), szerző] Tanárképző Intézet (ME / BTK)

Angol nyelvű Tudományos Szakcikk (Folyóiratcikk)
Megjelent: ERUDITIO - EDUCATIO 1336-8893 15 (3) pp. 18-24 2020
  • Pedagógiai Tudományos Bizottság: A
Azonosítók
The rapid development of digital technology in recent decades can also be followed up in the effectiveness and extent of learning. The only question is how to maximize the use of technology to increase learning efficiency, how to support differentiated education, increase student concentration, and maintain persistence and motivation. Digital learning makes students more motivated and accountable. Students using digital learning tools and technology are increasingly involved in the process and their knowledge base grows through their interest, furthermore they are not even aware that they are actively learning as education takes place through attractive methods such as teamwork, problem solving, mind maps, gaming, directing, role-playing and storytelling. Because digital learning is much more interactive and memorable than textbook-based or frontal lectures, it provides a better context, a greater sense of perspective, and more engaging activities than traditional teaching methods. This allows students to be more connected to the educational material. They often offer a more interesting way to digest the information, which is also reflected in the test results. In addition, you can improve motivation if students can track their own progress.
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2022-01-28 10:00