TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION
With the advent of innovative technology, many traditional schools have resorted to modern techniques to facilitate student learning. Early steps recognize the role of technology in education. Which indicates the importance of audio-visual equipment like tele media, recording media, computer etc. Thus, educational technology emphasizes the art of employing so-called hardware, innovative media, and machine industry methods for educational purposes. It has now become clear that the systematic way in which technology is used to achieve a purpose is as important as the use of technology. Today the software aspect of educational technology has reached an important point i.e. it is useful in molding behavioural practices or in other words useful for solving problems of promoting learning and motivation. The most widely known meaning of educational technology today is more special than the acquisition of its hardware or software.
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