It has been a little over 30 years since digital technology has been implemented into our education system, and since its rather primitive beginning, it has grown and developed on an exponential level. [sg_popup id=94]
The invention of the computer changed the game entirely.
With the introduction of the personal computer, the educators were able to create a progressive and efficient pathway to the pursuit of knowledge. Thus…
E-Learning was born. This merger of education and technology made the students access to virtually limitless data, increased connectivity, multimedia platforms, and so much more!
Although the possibility of E-Learning is owed to the invention of the computer, the core concept of online learning dates back to…
Alright so they probably didn’t use computers.
The teachers would send instructions via mail, and the students would complete the given assignments and send it back. This practice is called “distance learning”, and it is the predecessor of the E-Learning we know today.
As mentioned earlier, this idea of distance learning all kicked into gear in the 80’s with the widespread use of the personal computers. People were captivated by the idea of this new machinery, and it wasn’t long till schools began implementing this shiny new tech into their education systems.
However, it’s also important to note that Technological hardware is merely a tool in our education system, and we shouldn’t rely on it entirely.