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Something more than Blackboard-Digital Learning

I remember the good old days, when we used to sit in a classroom sharing lunches with our friends and gossiping about everything and anything in the world. Those were the times, weren’t they? When we used to pelt each other with chalks and write the date, the thought of the day on a blackboard before the teacher came in. I remember those days when we she used to have chalk dust on our hair, making them look like snowfall. Snowfall in India is like having a hot sunny day in Antarctica. Long gone are those chalk dust, dusters and blackboards. They have been replaced by web-based education which strengthens students learning experience. With such advance technology, digital classrooms are taking over. Digital learning encompasses the application of a wide spectrum of practices including : blended and virtual learning.
Teachers are the most viral things in this digital learning, I know it should be internet, but if the teacher is uncomfortable with the digital learning and process how can we expect them to teach students? Once the teacher has familiarised itself with the workings of this new system, they can decide which is the best teaching method that they can employ in classroom to impart knowledge on their students.
The access to digital learning and computer knowledge has helped students expand they Horizons, understand the nuances of app making. With the use of interactive module such as videos, and presentations, as a medium of learning, students get to understand the complicated concepts with ease, it has helped in increasing our interest and curiosity level. It has also made us heavily dependent on technology.
Digital learning is more than just providing students with a laptop. Digital learning requires a combination of technology, digital content and instruction.
This type of of digital learning has its advantages and disadvantages. In the perform reflection, attempt to present the current situations of the access to computers, the internet and equals books in Polish schools has been made. Digital education is essentially a product of the past several years, although in different forms it already existed slightly earlier. It is evident, however, that modern devices and means of information transfer are necessary for its development.
This type of education would not be therefore possible without rapid development of computers and the Internet. In fact, it can be concluded that they were primary in relation to digital education and somehow they forced its emergence because the prevalence of computers and broadband Internet has given a very strong impulse to use them also in the educational activity. As a consequence, today’s virtual lectures, modern e-learning courses, educational games, electronic tests, portals with educational resources as well as digital school registers and monitoring systems of the learning process too have entered everyday reality. Digital learning is a combination of adaptive learning, badging and gamification, blended learning, class learning analytics and so much more.
Moreover, digital learning is likely to benefit students differently depending on their personal circumstances and those of their school. For instance, non-native English speakers my benefit from online instruction that allows them to pause and lookup unfamiliar words likewise we might expect an online course to be more advantages for students attending a brick and mortar school with very low quality teachers. These technologies often reduce oversight of students, which could be particularly deleterious children who are less motivated or who receive less structured educational supports at home. It is also possible that these technologies won’t be able to engage reluctant learners in the way a dynamic and charismatic teacher can.
Our generation, which is known as the digital human generation, is obsessed with technology. We are bound to be more inclined towards this type of learning which includes gadgets and the word ‘internet’ in it. The ethnicity of learning is lost when we take up digital learning but it is also feasible to many people who cannot afford to go to college. There are several online courses which are very helpful to people who want to pursue further studies but cannot, due to shortage of time . The extent of recent technological innovations has left us speechless. Digital learning has reached such great heights, mankind thought to be impossible.