The computers are widely used in education and some people think that teachers do not play an important role in the classroom. To what extent do you agree?

The computers are widely used in education and some people think that teachers do not
play an important role in the classroom. To what extent do you agree?


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It is irrefutable that computers have become an indispensable part of education but I
disagree that teachers do not play a significant role in the classroom. I believe that no
amount of technology can ever replace the teacher. In the following paragraphs, I intend to
support my views with my arguments.

It is an undeniable fact that teachers can never lose their importance. In learning and
practice of more complex ideas, the computer is not adequate. It can tell if the answer is
right or wrong but it cannot tell where the student went wrong. Tasks involving reasoning
cannot be taught using computers. Moreover, teachers add their own knowledge gained
through experience to that of books and other resources.

Furthermore, teachers can stimulate interest and it is an undeniable fact that interested
stimulated people tend to learn more. They can keep students focused on study. A student
studying by himself may get bored and stop studying. Teachers can provide a faster and
simpler way to present information to the students. They can come down to the level of a
student and so are definitely better than computers. What is more, teachers are role models
for students. They are scholars in action. They not only teach academic subjects, but also
many social skills.

On the other hand, it is also true that the use of computers in today’s classrooms is also the
need of the day. Teachers should use computers to add innovation to their teaching
methods. Power point presentations can make even the dull and boring subjects seem
interesting. So computers and teachers should not be treated as rivals to each other. They
should play a complementary role so that today’s classrooms become very interesting and
our children can compete with other children of this global village.

To put it in a nutshell, I can say that, no doubt computers are being used in the classrooms
but they can never replace the teacher.

The computers are widely used in education and some people think

The computers are widely used in education and some people think

The computers are widely used in education and some people think

The computers are widely used in education and some people think

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