Panorama of Technology Assisted Teaching/Learning Language Pedagogy: A Glance

Year : 2024 | Volume :14 | Issue : 01 | Page : 12-17
By

Pranav Pathak

Pratik Pandya

  1. Assistant Professor Department of computer science, Smt. K. B. Parekh College of Computer Science, Mahuva Gujarat India
  2. Assistant Professor Department of computer science, Smt. K. B. Parekh College of Computer Science, Mahuva Gujarat India

Abstract

The dawn of the 21st century has heralded a new sun to empower teaching/learning experience. To impart quality in higher education, all universities are experimenting with new methods/techniques that can bring about a transitional shift from traditional classroom teaching to smart room learning experience. There has been a sudden shift from teacher centered classroom teaching to students centered classroom learning. The pivotal focus is on the learner’s self-learning. This is where the importance of Technology Assisted Teaching/Learning comes into the picture. Looking around at developments in technology and education today, it appears that technology-assisted education and e-learning can only be a trend that will continue to pick up in the years ahead. Teaching with technological assistance typically involves employing multimedia instructional formats like animation, video, simulation, and virtual learning environments. In the widest sense, Technology and internet assisted learning has been marching like anything in varieties of ways depending on need. As a result, it has been catering ample opportunities for the learner to study with the use of innumerable internet resources and audio-visual aids. The widespread dominance of technology inspires us to peep deep into its different forms which fall under the consideration of this study. In this study, the researchers aim at exploring the panorama of Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) for educational pedagogy from its root to its current position and trends. The study deals with different E-tools that have been adopted to enrich teaching/learning experience. Review of CALL, MALL, and Internet Assisted Learning come under the umbrella of this research work. The researcher will discuss advantages of using such tools and how these have been a source of helping hand to soften teaching/learning experience.

Keywords: Technology assisted teaching/learning, CALL, MALL, ICT, internet, e-learning

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Volume 14
Issue 01
Received January 30, 2024
Accepted February 16, 2024
Published March 28, 2024