Technically competent education means students feel more free to choose what they will focus on, where they will study, and what schedule they will set.
The epidemic has changed every aspect of life. Education is a sector where the effects of the epidemic will be felt for many years to come. Educational technology solutions around the world and the growth of companies is an indicator of the need for such solutions. Due to the contagious nature of Covid-19, the adoption of technology has been made mandatory, where students had to be students at home, regardless of their age. Education relies on teachers and institutions to drive the content of education. Moving to online platforms for education has affected different sections of the society.
Certificate requirements in higher education and the development of theoretical knowledge and skills have been reconsidered which can be applied in multiple settings for work or research. Technically competent education means students feel more free to choose what they will focus on, where they will study, and what schedule they will set. It has been speculated that they know how to make good choices. Students have benefited greatly from this growing flexibility, with a good foundation for research methods and self-learning goals. Those who can build their own structure and education have benefited from this mutation. Those who needed an institutional structure saw this self-directed learning as a major challenge.
At school, teachers work through a variety of methods to teach content and research. Technology platforms help with certain types of learning. Some teachers have been able to adapt to teaching on the platform. However, student-centered education is a new thing for both teachers and students. Although content can be distributed across all technology platforms, the social and contextual aspects of learning have been hit hard. Although the vision is not all dark, it is very difficult to shift the nature of school education from a physically structured space to a digital formless one. Student motivation maintains motivation varies greatly and so does learning fall into a spectrum.
We can’t talk about digital disruption to technology without talking about social inequality. Whether in school or college, not all students have equal access to technology, phones, laptops, broadband and where to study. Students have struggled with sharing phones, computers and physical space during the epidemic. Those who have adapted phone technology have been able to benefit from and even increase their technology experience during the epidemic. Educators who have brought learning and work through learning that can be done independently have contributed to the way education and technology can come together to create student-centered learning.
Disruptions in education can be referred to by many names, such as new age education, technology enabled education, student-centered education, etc. At its core is what people learn and how they learn to be atomized and personalized at a level never seen before. Responding to a world where technology and data are changing at an unprecedented level, institutionalized forms of education are slowly paving the way for more solution-oriented approaches to learning. What is education for? This is a question that has been asked many times. The epidemic has made human diversity visible and led us to ask many more basic questions. A good question to ask what we are learning for. The answer lies in the way we enter the portal that education offers new ways to work and work in the world.
Some changes have taken place during the epidemic. People call it disruption, but something new is emerging. A transformation is taking place in both the purpose of education as well as the way it is delivered. This conversion has not yet taken place and will continue for some time. Digital natives and the younger population are responding in a way that we do not always have data. They engage differently with technology and choose things that their parents and teachers never imagined. This experience will lead to innovation that will create new realities. Tough skills will be useful, and an inquisitive attitude will always lead the way. The answers are not important, but the ability to ask the right questions.