Some people think typical teaching of a teacher and students in the class will not exist by the year 2050. Do you agree or disagree?

Some people think typical teaching of a teacher and students in the class will not exist by
the year 2050. Do you agree or disagree?


[shc_shortcode class=”shc_mybox”]Technology is progressing at an exponential pace and this makes it very difficult to predict
what the schools and the teacher-taught relation of 2050 will be like. However, I do agree
with the given statement that the typical teaching of a teacher and students in the class will
not exist by 2050.

Education will be driven by technology and learning will be able to happen anytime and
anywhere. Students will also be able to make choices in how they learn the content.
Learning will be based on individual interest and need. It will no longer be the ‘one size fits
all’ approach. Technology will serve as a means to the resources that students will be able to
utilize in order to broaden their learning.

Teachers will become facilitators of knowledge and no longer the only experts because of
the rapid and constant changes and additions to information that can be found. For
example, the amount of medical knowledge doubles every eight years; it is said that half of
what an engineering student learns in their first year is obsolete or revised by the time they
graduate. The teacher will still guide students through learning but it will be impossible for
teachers to have all the knowledge with technology that is capable of finding more than can
be learned. The teacher will still be needed to help students learn where to locate
information and help students evaluate sites and resources for validity.

Specialists in technology will need to be part of the educational environment to constantly
enrich the learning environment for students. Each child will have a portable computer and
textbooks will not exist. Teachers will use tablet PCs and projectors to call up images at the
front of the classroom at the touch of a button, with the old sound of chalk on a blackboard
being replaced by the hum of desktop computers.

To sum up, I pen down saying that despite all the new technology in 2050, school would still
remain a social occasion and teachers would still be there even if their way of imparting
knowledge would be driven by technology. Some people think typical teaching of a teacher and students in the class

Some people think typical teaching of a teacher and students in the class

Some people think typical teaching of a teacher and students in the class

Some people think typical teaching of a teacher and students in the class

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