Use Of Technology In Teaching And Learning


  • Sonam Bansal


Technology, Synchronous Mode, Asynchronous Mode, Teaching and Learning


With technology, students are empowered at every point of their journey, redefining education. As we go towards personalized learning, technology empowers students by providing them control over their education and preparing them for their futures. Students are inspired to become problem-solvers, critical thinkers, collaborators, and creators using technology and resources outside the classroom. Students develop a lifetime love of learning when technology is skillfully integrated into the classroom. During the Coronavirus (2019- nCoV) outbreak, most schools and educational institutions were compelled to close due to lockdown. To ensure continuity in teaching and learning in this new standard of offering emergency distant education, synchronous and asynchronous methods were used. On the topic of synchronous versus asynchronous teaching and learning during the COVID-19 pandemic in Malaysia, this chapter presents preservice and in-service teachers' perspectives. Students from three courses at a Malaysian institution were polled for data. On the basis of the course learning outcomes, the e-learning methodologies were carefully created. Assessment strategies, attendance, and student reflection were all considered important factors. Putting the right gadgets in kids' hands helps them develop the career and technical skills needed now and tomorrow. Students can attach meaning to their learning and prepare for future career prospects and employment that have yet to be formed by engaging in STEAM learning experiences. Computational thinking and coding skills are becoming increasingly important in the workplace. Making allows children to develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills. When developed and connected with the correct technology, maker mindsets and maker spaces may be incredibly engaging. 




How to Cite

Sonam Bansal. (2023). Use Of Technology In Teaching And Learning. Elementary Education Online, 17(4), 2292–2303. Retrieved from