According to John King, former U.S secretary for education, "one of the most important aspects of technology in education is its ability to level the field of opportunities for students '. Technology appears to be a very powerful tool that transforms learning, it can help to establish the relationship between the students and the educators, reinvent our strategies for learning and collaboration as well as adapt learning experiences to meet the needs of all learners.

our high schools, polytechnic, colleges of education, university, and adult learning center should be incubators for exploration and innovation. Teachers and lecturers should be collaborators in learning, aiming, and exploring new things alongside their students. Education leaders including the Minister for Education should set a goal for creating a learning experience that delivers the essential educational materials and support for students at all levels.

Nevertheless, to realize fully the significance of technology in our educational policy and provide authentic learning experiences, technology must be put into use while learning. Moreover, education stakeholders should cultivate the habit of cooperating research on how to use technology to improve global education. These stakeholders include lecturers, teachers, researchers, policymakers, educators, funders, technology developers, learners as well as their families.

Back to the aim of this article, here are five ways technology can improve and enhance learning both in formal and informal settings;

Technology can help to organize learning around the real-world challenges and project-based learning - through the use of digital learning tools and resources to show competency with complex concepts and contents
: In the recent swep project I defended which is majorly based on solar and inverter, it was writing research to be precise which was presented to my HOD and the context of the project is between both of us. What I'm trying to insinuate is that; hadn't technology intervened, the project would have been published online where there'll be feedback from researchers and other members of communities of practice around the world.

Technology access when equitable can help to close the digital divide and give transformative learning opportunities to all learners: adult learners with limited physical access or people with disabilities who wish to further their education can simply take advantage of online programs to earn new certification and they can achieve this irrespective of their locations.

Technology gives room for personalized learning or skills that are more relevant and engaging.

Technology can help learners in pursuing their passion and personal interest:  nowadays, students have the opportunity to study and search for whatever things are of unique interest to them online. This ability helps them to learn topics of personal interest and research that can help instill a mindset of continuous learning.

Technology can promote learning beyond the classroom levels and provide the advantage of learning opportunities available in libraries, museums, and other learning places aside from school.

Recommendations (what we should do for technology to have a big picture in our educational system).

  • States, local government (district),  and postsecondary institutions should create and execute learning resources that use technology to illustrate design principles from the learning sciences.
  • Further research is needed on how the learning sciences-the scientific analysis of how people learn- can inform how technology is developed and used in the school curriculum.
  • States, districts, and postsecondary should provide multiple means of engagement to boost interest in and morale for learning.
@Henkjan de Krijger 

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