- By Rawat Admin
- Posted December 23, 2018
DIGITAL LEARNING AND ITS IMPACT ON EDUCATION IN 21ST CENTURY
As its growing Digital India in a rapid speed, we also somewhere have become addicted of technology. We must work on its positive aspect. Technology is playing a vital role in the field of education. Now the expectations of everyone have been speed up. Digital learning is any type of learning that is accompanied by technology or by instructional practice that makes effective use of technology. It encompasses the application of a wide spectrum of practices including: blended and virtual learning.
This is the age of technology, therefore, it is no surprise that this technology is also being used to educate students. Digital learning is not exactly a new concept, but is also neither a very old one. It is basically the use of technological means to effectively teach students and enhance their learning experience.
E-learning also can be Helpful for self-evaluation for students. Self-evaluation means looking at your progress, development and learning to determine what has improved and what areas still need improvement. Usually involves comparing a "before" situation with a current situation. Self-evaluation usually occurs among students because they will always compare themselves with their friends through assignment or drills that are given by the lecturers. This is nice work; there will be healthy competition between them. With the advent of e-learning they'd be thrilled to do a good job in a timely manner as determined by the lecturer and possibly also some students would be vying for the information that has been shared by their lecturers.
In other ways Digital learning is popular among working adults because they often can't take traditional classes, especially with kids at home. Working students usually have better success with Internet education, according to Colorado Christian University, because they prefer to work independently with a combination of auditory, visual and hands-on activities. They also need the ability to schedule reading, school work and tests around work and family responsibilities. You can also complete schooling from the comforts of home, eliminating the need to commute to campus.