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Research Article Open Access
While the typical school of today has a fair amount of technology, it may not be used fully. Model schools suggest how things might change if all schools made better use of available technology. In particular, technology is a mean to address and overcome specific challenges faced by learners; a way to help teachers design, develop, and implement learning experiences that engage learners to a greater degree and create more complex, realistic learning experiences for their learners. The objectives of the articles are to (i) Identify significant trends in emerging educational technology and speculate about their impact in the future, (ii) Identify the barriers that commonly inhibit the integration of technology and describe how a technology integration plan, training, and support address those barriers, (iii) Identify other issues (e.g., equity, privacy, security, plagiarism, isolationism) that have been produced or enhance because of integration of technology and describe how these issues can be effectively addressed, (iv) Explain the key benefits of investing time, energy, and money for the integration of technology within the TVET classroom and other learning environments, (v) Describe some horizon technologies, those that are emerging in importance, and discuss how they might impact TVET to boost the students learning. The outcomes of the article provides some innovations of educational technologies those may have great importance for TVET to enhance learning. Implementation the idea generated by this article will be helpful for the students, teachers, trainers and the practitioners of TVET all around.
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Author(s): Dr. Md. Abu Raihan, Md. RashedulHuq Shamim
Educational Technologies, Boost Learning, Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET), Applied Electronics,Applied Sciences,Botany,Fluid Dynamics,Chromatography Techniques.