In classrooms today, technology is used everywhere. Power points, projectors, computers, microphones, Internet, and many more. It is said that technology in school increases students' motivation to work; by showing slide shows and videos on the topic, students tend to enjoy learning a lot more. This website also stated that technology can also improve their technical skills, increase their knowledge, and also increase their ability to participate in various activities Source 1 . Technology also allows students to access and find information easier especially from the Internet. Even in college, all my classes use some sort of technology from printed out papers to Course Web on the computer. Even when writing papers, our sources usually comes from the Internet and not the library.
So, how does technology in the classrooms always improve students' ability to learn? Or does technology worsen the students' ability to learn? Do these technologies make our school work easier? Should students allowed to be introduced to technology at a young age in schools? What is the importance of technology in classrooms? And is there anyway that technology in the classrooms would worsen the ability to learn?
These are some of the questions to consider when dealing with technology in our college lives.