TEACHING OF THE 21ST CENTURY TO THE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Bhawna Sharma, Dr. H. S. Yadav

Abstract


Classroom teaching today is indispensible without technological aid- be it hunting a word’s meaning quickly on mobile-dictionary or zapping windows/tabs on the desktop learning the lesson or the text being done in the class. For both intensive and extensive study of the subjects, the world library is encapsulated in a folder shaped magic box called a computer. Since the presence cannot be done away with, it’s wiser to accept and welcome this technological intellectual reliance and attune the teacher training in such a fashion that abets the classroom learning and education impartment. This paper Teaching of the 21st Century to the Third-World Countries’ attempts to highlight after learning the significance and importance of e-learning and m-learning and what are the obstacles that teachers are facing regarding it. It sets out to identify the challenges which hinder the teachers and students that are salient for e-learning-enabled-classrooms in the developing countries, specifically in India.


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