Technology's Impact on Formalized Education
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This paper discusses the impact of the vast technological advances on education, as well as delving into the topic of whether technology is making the teaching profession obsolete. The position taken is that technology is extremely important in the delivery of classroom information but that education involves more than a technological base and therefore, ultimately, human teachers will always be needed.
From the Paper:"Technology and technological advances have changed the world in which we live. Given the acumen of today's scientists, there appears to be no limit to the manner in which goods and services are delivered. While several years ago cable television and cellular telephones were considered luxuries, today these very same items are part and parcel of almost every household. Similarly, society is faster paced because of the advances technology has wrought. Technological advances do not stop at the front door of educational institutes, instead these advances have altered the manner in which students learn; the question, however, is have these changes improved the quality of education and, moreover, is the burgeoning growth of technology making the profession of teaching obsolete? Throughout the course of this paper I shall present the position that technology, in fact, does not - and cannot - make the profession of teaching obsolete."
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