Four Ways Technology Has Negatively Changed Education
Source of Publication
Journal of Educational and Social Research
© 2019 Khadija Alhumaid, published by Sciendo. Our experience with technology is a bitter-sweet one. We relish its presence in our lives, but we dread the effect it may have on our manners, attitudes and social interactions. We open the gates of our schools to all types of technological tools, yet we fear it may badly impact our students' performance. This article investigates the ways through which classroom technology such as iPad, Internet connection, laptops and social media, impacts negatively on education. Relevant research has proven that technology could change education negatively through four paths: deteriorating students' competences of reading and writing, dehumanizing educational environments, distorting social interactions between teachers and students and isolating individuals when using technology.
Education | Social and Behavioral Sciences
educational environment, educational technology, isolation, nonachievement, student competencies
Alhumaid, Khadija, "Four Ways Technology Has Negatively Changed Education" (2019). All Works. 1717.
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