As an adult, do you remember being much dependent on technology for your education? Not much, because although technologies were getting advanced, you were not taught lessons with a video or slideshow, but by your parents – tutors and the teachers at the educational institutions. The 21st century is still being enriched with newer technologies for educational purposes such as app and software with artificial intelligence, support websites, informative videos, slides and a number of educational gadgets. Technology will change education in near future and is changing gradually at present but under no circumstances, would it replace the teachers because even those websites, apps, software and videos are created by teachers.
Sis Loves Me Taking Over
Technology is already taking over the classic ways of having time for learning or… entertainment. While in the past you had to use CDs or DVDs todays youth is depending on streaming services only.
The perfect example of such service is Sis Loves Me (adults only) that features the world’s most famous videos with step sisters. It’s packed with over 200 episodes and being launched back in 2016 it still operates to thousands of members in 2019. Can we say that technology of tomorrow is already here?
When it comes to teaching, though…
No. The contribution of teachers in our life starts right during infancy and at home because the first teachers are the parents who give you a primary idea of education. Then onwards, kids learn new things from their teachers in play schools, elementary school, colleges and universities. Here are different steps of education described to concretize the idea of no-replacement of teachers by technology.
have the help of interactive videos and lessons from internet as well as CDs
and DVDs consisting important lessons to know about alphabets, colors, animals,
flowers, fruits etc. These lessons from technology make them eager to learn
more when they get admitted to a school and there begins their more interactive
educational journey with flesh and blood teachers as they teach them with
real-time experiences. The kids also get the idea of competition and friendship
with other kids in classroom that is not limited to the technical gadgets
within four walls of home.
is the foundation of a student’s education because here teachers are more
thorough in their approach of giving the basic idea of each subject. While the
technological sources offer compact knowledge, the teachers explain those
compact ideas in detail while clearing any doubt arising among the students.
Teachers give proper attention to each student, hone their knowledge, give
home-works and check them so evaluate the progress of the students.
for gadgets, videos or software, there is hardly any scope for kids to clear
their doubts after a lesson. Technology doesn’t offer much practice or
home-work facility to help students understand how much they have understood
The formative years of high school education is dependent on both the skilled teachers and the technologies. As the students grow up, the syllabus grows extensively and in most cases, it is not possible for a teacher to cover an entire subject topic in one period. Hence, both the students and the teachers take aid from the technological aspects such as showing a film on a projector, giving practical lessons of computer, giving students projects involving digital media and so on. Students are also encouraged to surf the internet to get more details on their subject matters, current affairs and various general knowledge.
as a whole you can say that in high school, technology and teachers both play
vital roles in a student’s education –just as a teacher’s role can never be
fulfilled by technology alone, without exploring the technological facets,
students’ education would be incomplete.
when a student enters college or pursues higher education from universities,
the dependence on teachers and technologies grow significantly. It can be said
beyond any doubt that the in-depth knowledge of professors and lecturers cannot
match that you find in any software, film, website, video or app unless they
consist any research thesis by the professors. That being said, it is always
useful to take help of these technological features to increase your knowledge
acquired from the lectures in classroom.
all means, one can say that the teaching method is changed now with technology
going hand-in-hand with the teachers. However, as much as technology is making
the job of teachers easier and education more interesting to students, there
will be never any replacement.
A brand-new year brings new and improved
technological changes. Say hello to 2019! Technology has brought about positive
changes in every sector. Whether it is banking, agriculture or even education,
technology makes everything fall in place! Speaking specifically of education,
this year we shall witness a major transformation.
This is very true. Digital entertainment is on par with technology and we know the bond is only to become stronger. When it comes to adult industry, it’s the leader in mixing these two aspects. Recent example? The opening of NubilesET series, where popculture and mass media entertainment, thank to technology, is taken one step further and shown in a very… sexual way.
The Ways In Which Technology Will Bring A Change In Education This Year
2019 is the year for social change which
comes about when there is a need for growth and advancement. There is an urgent
need to shift our focus towards technology. The world has not reached the
ultimate level, but we are certainly getting there.
Firstly, the world will have access to 5G. While the world was going gaga about 3G and then 4G, now is the time to embrace 5G. How will this replacement help students? The 5G network will be robust, and a greater number of students will be able to get connected to the internet. It will be 40 times faster than the Wi-Fi you have in your home. Teachers will be able to embrace technology in their classroom!
Schools in Egypt have embraced technology by offering digital content. This is not just an e-book; it is an interactive form of e-book or a virtual lab where students can watch educational videos and read articles. Smart boards and tablets will become a part of every classroom! Most of the educational institutions are implementing this new-found technique.
Massive Open Online courses (MOOCs) are a curricula or course that everyone has access to. The teachers will be able to upload videos that are helpful for the students to grasp a concept. e-Learning is certainly more affordable than buying endless books from the market. Funnily, we are educating the children about ‘saving paper’ and not cutting down trees but schools and colleges are doing the same by selling books and notebooks.
Virtual reality will be much more interesting in the year 2019. Students will be able to wear a pair of glasses and get virtual lessons from Newton himself. This will be an extraordinary and helpful experience for the children because they can relate to it. When a student watches videos and gets in touch with virtual reality, he/she’s able to remember the experience and the story-telling method. Books may seem monotonous for children, but virtual reality and videos will always keep them engaged.
it is 2019 or 2028, technology will keep improving the educational techniques.
It is a possibility that the next generation may see the future or interact
with the aliens. Technology is a gift and all the institutions should embrace
it with open arms.
will be a rise in digital content this year, and academicians have predicted
that it will bring about a positive social change.
The machines and the robots are taking over. With its share of pros and cons, technology is ushering in a new wave of future that cannot be ignored. It changes lifestyles and professions. A notable example can be that earlier we had handlooms which got evolved into Jacquard looms and now we have programmed machines for making cloth.
Change is inevitable. Similarly, there is a high chance that some professions and courses would become irrelevant (if not obsolete) in the not too distant future.
And the cause of this change will be as predicted – technology.
That Sitcom Show – A Perfect Example
That Sitcom Show – Porn Parody
Technology goes a long way, and it’s not stopping. There comes a great responsibility with the evolution and entertainment sector doesn’t want to be left behind. This is why creation of That Sitcom Show series was inevitable. Classic TV shows are reborn – but this time with an additional adults-only touch. If you ever wondered how would it be to see these iconic characters in explicit actions, now you will! Thanks to Nubiles and their splendid idea of turning sitcoms into porn parodies! Are you ready to enjoy a totally new journey into the world of sitcoms? We hope so!
Getting The Real Life Experience – With MYLF
Most of things that are needed in real-life interactions you can learn from books, but let’s be honest – it’s not the point. By interacting with people, you get social skills so much faster. The issue is some people are shy. This is where mature, experienced women are required. MYLF project is something that could help. How? Their experience in man/woman relations built during all the years is surely making them self-confident enough to give some lessons. 7 series of various situations with these women and one thing is certain – it always end up with sexual things. This is MYLF.
Basic Computer Science Will Become Too Basic Now
Computers and mobile phones is an essential part in of people from nearly all sections of society.
Usage of devices like computers and mobile phones is an essential part in of people from nearly all sections of society. Therefore, the foundation courses for computer science in the initial school years might cease after some time.
This is mainly because for the future generations, the content from the computer science text books will be basic knowledge- a part of growing up. Just like they learn how to speak, wash their hands and eat food, learning basic computers would be a part of this growing up stage.
Accountants Will Count Their Days
We are, right now, living in a corporate world of cloud accounting systems and programs that can be used for filing taxes.
A local shopkeeper would give you a bill and calculate the price of the total commodities that you buy. If a cashier machine does the same task, there is a high possibility that you would trust the machine over man. It is a natural postmodern thought. Therefore, with advancement of IT accounting programs, accounting might be less of a human field now.
To support this argument, the declining importance of bookkeeping in companies can be pointed out. We are, right now, living in a corporate world of cloud accounting systems and programs that can be used for filing taxes.
A Breach Will Be Felt In Teaching
With the advent of educational technology, the need of classroom learning is reducing. Students, nowadays, are able to learn through more interactive learning methods like SMART learning, online learning videos and learning management systems. This leads to enhanced learning for students and help them develop their cognitive abilities. However, the profession of teaching will still not get obsolete. Teachers and machines need to work together to produce the best results. Mutual assistance is the best factor. A good example which shows the benefits of tech as well as human teachers is the advent of long distance learning programs and online classrooms.
In this manner, automaton is creating new opportunities as well as eliminating the redundant ones. Various other courses like software design and journalism will get affected with widespread use of technology through desktops and smartphones. People might offer criticisms but for all round development, a good technological framework is necessary, be it a First World or a Third World country.
So a perfect handling of technology might change courses and jobs. However, we will have to make sure that these courses evolve into something better, to shape lives in an even better way.
As parents, we all want the very best for our children, especially their education, but how many of us look up the best K-12 schools in the Unites States and move to ensure that our children really are getting the best education. With School Choice, one might suppose it is an option, but before doing anything drastic, why don’t we do a review of those top schools and find out what makes them the best. We will take a look at the best private K-12 schools, best public high schools, best charter schools, and best online schools.
Best Private K-12 Schools
2) Phillips Exeter Academy
3) St. Paul’s School
4)The Lawrenceville School
5) Choate Rosemary Hill
Phillips Academy Building
It’s easy to be number one when your student teacher ratio is an average 6:1 and you’re paying a yearly tuition that’s worth a full college tuition. I’m not sure what makes them the best when looking at how many surveys were answered by parents and students of the schools and the top average is 14. Money and living in New England make you the top 5 Best Private K-12 School.
Best Public High School
Walter Payton College Prep
Northside College Prep
Aldai E. Stevenson
Thomas Jefferson H. for Science & Technology
Illinois Mathematic & Science Academy
The rest of the country needs to take a look at Illinois, they are definitely doing something right in their education system, especially Aldai E. Stevenson High School. Having almost 4,000 students and maintaining the kind of numbers that they are. What is in their water? Part of the key to success at any high school is going to be student teacher ratio; even at a school with a high student body ratio, they are able to maintain a low teacher/student number.
Best Charter School
Charter School of Wilmington
Benjamin Franklin High
Orleans Parish, LA
BASIS Oro Valley
Oro Valley, AZ
BASIS Scottsdale Building
It comes as no surprise that the Charter for these schools is primarily STEM programs and that once again the class sizes are incredibly small. Reading some of the reviews from the students are interesting as they speak of the rigor of the classes and that parents are very strict, wanting the best for their students. I believe this is everywhere.
After reviewing the top five schools in the nation in the categories of Public, Private and Charter for high schools, I wasn’t personally overly impressed. As an educator in a past life, I could have been a top 5 educator in the nation if I only had 5 students to teach in every class, had the best equipment, and made the salaries I can only assume some of the New England teachers are making. The point is that what has been said about improving education for our students is still true no matter where you live.
Class sizes need to be smaller
Teachers need to be motivated and held to a standard of excellence
Modern technology needs to be provided in every classroom
Teachers, students, parents, and administrators all need to help each other out and work together
Students must be held to a higher standard of learning
When these conditions are met, then every school will be a top 5 school in the country.
Currently, there is a push for online education from many higher learning institutions; however, many are looking towards Hybrid Education as a source of alternative educational means that might make more sense, and have more advantages than the full-time switch over.
Hybrid learning refers to a course whose curriculum is a mixture of traditional in-class instruction and learning activities found online. Ideally, it is a blending of both kinds of teaching and instruction at their best. Meaningful relationships are made with teachers and classmates and educational learning is taking place online (Fanter, 2010).
Person teaching through the internet
Hybrid teachers like internet instructors must make their classes ready for the internet. However, in their case, their class content is more effective than both classroom and online because students can get the best of both worlds: Researching of content instead of note-taking, plus active-learning such as group-projects and case studies.
Hybrid instruction outweighs both individual methods of meeting educational needs. Some of the benefits are that Hybrid instruction frees up campus traffic and classroom space, it also helps improve writing and computer skills as part of the ‘unintended’ benefits. However, its greatest benefits take place in the classroom and on the computer. It encourages time management, critical-thinking skills, problem-solving, and self-directed learning; for both students and teachers this promotes ‘active learning’ and the result is subject mastery or knowledge (2010).
They pointed out that hybrid learning gave students time, and alternative methods of communicating, networking, and interacting with other students. Students in K-12 who might not ever work together or socially associate in public settings have the opportunity to work together in a virtual world. Additionally, this covers the best of four global trends: awareness of different races, use of technology, hybrid learning, and effective teaching.
Child learning through the internet
The possibility of K-12 education transitioning to hybrid education is not a feasible idea for another few decades until the home computer is available in every home; however, it already happens in almost every college and university across the United States and first world countries.
Hybrid classes have become so popular, that most college catalogs often must list two different styles of Hybrids.
1. Hybrid (Class heavy) – where there is a majority of class time.
2. Hybrid (Lab Heavy) – where the majority of the time is spent in the lab.
In both cases, a course guide, description, and syllabus are made available to the student, and the student is required to meet all requirements, including participating in required attendance. If there is any confusion, students should clarify at the beginning of each class term, and never forget to handle all class expectations. It is also still the college student’s job to E-mail the college professor at the beginning of the course should questions arise and maintain a high level of proactivity.
Seemingly, the only downfall of Hybrid education is the lack of a recognized standard for the structure. Hybrid classes have pedagogical flexibility giving the instructor full determination on learning goals, content, objectives, activities, and available resources.
It is also the determination of the instructor of how much time is spent in the classroom and how much time will be spent online.
This type of pedagogy is not suggested for K-12 education; for this type of learning system to be in place in K-12 education, the instructor would have to add recognized standards to the lesson plans for it even to be accepted into the curriculum. Teachers of K-12 at secondary level who wanted to score Exemplary might consider going the extra mile and creating an extra class-type and proving how this would work and does work.