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traditional teaching and learning and computer teaching and learning
Education is vital to the pace of the social,
political and economic development of any
Due to advancement of technology
educational system have developed and
created various educational methods.
In our day’s education can be acquired
through several ways such as attending
university, online learning, self-study, or
hiring independent tutor.
Effective teaching is important because
teaching is based on helping children
A tradition is a belief or
behavior passed down within
a group or society with
symbolic meaning or special
significance with origins in
Traditional teaching is concerned with the
teacher being the controller of the learning
Power and responsibility are held by the
They regard students as having 'knowledge
holes' that need to be filled with
Traditional class requires a fixed place or environment
for learning and teaching.
Traditional method of teaching is
when a teacher directs students to
techniques thereby not developing
their critical thinking problem solving
and decision making skills.
COMPUTER ASSISTED TEACHING
Computer-assisted teaching usually
includes multimedia instructional
formats, such as animation, video
and simulation, and virtual learning
environment such as WebCT and
Computer can play an important role in
enhancing the efficiency of the teaching
making students more creative and
providing them with an individualized
Amongst all teaching strategies, Computer
Assisted Teaching is perhaps the best
because it offers individualized instruction.
Computer assisted learning
Computer assisted learning(CLA) to
use computer aid to support learning
Computer-aided- or computer-assisted-
is a prefix that hints to the
use of a computer as an indispensable
tool in a certain field, usually derived
from more traditional fields of
science and engineering.
CAL is individualized, that is each student is
free to work at his own place, totally
unaffected by the performance of any other
Information is presented in a structured
form. It proves useful in the study of a subject
where there is hierarchy of facts and rules.
CAL forces active participation on the part of
the student, which contrasts with the more
passive role in reading a book or attending a
CAL packages may not fulfill expectations
of teachers. Objectives and methods
decided by the CAL author and of a teacher
Motivating and training teachers to make
use of computers in education is a
challenging task. They may have fear of this
Gives the instructor the chance to expose
students to unpublished or not readily
Complements certain individual learning
Some students depend upon the structure
provided by highly teacher-centered
Places students in a passive rather than an
active role, which hinders learning.
Requires the instructor to have or to learn
effective writing and speaking skills.
Requires a considerable amount of
unguided student time outside of the
classroom to enable understanding and
long-term retention of content