The Emerging Issues and Impacts of Technology in Classroom Learning
Keywords:technology, classroom learning, impacts, emerging issues
This study investigates the technological trends used in the classes of post graduate students of education faculy, UiTM. It also explores the perceptions of the students on impacts and emerging issues of technology on their classroom learning. The study has employed a quantitative research design and has used a questionnaire as a research method to collect data. The data was collected from a sample of 30 post graduate students of Education Faculty, University Teknology Mara (UiTM). The findings show that social media, gamification, blended learning, E-books, remote learning and self directed professional development are the technological trends used in post graduate classes of Education faculty, UiTM. The findings also indicate that technology has positively influenced the classroom learning of these students. Lastly, the results show that technology is not perceived as an emerging issue that would interfere or hinder the students learning in the classroom.
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