By Tauseef Rehman
The use of technology in education is always evolving. Technology, most recently. There is a new tendency of supporting, distinguishing, and allowing kids to succeed. It’s better to have a bad horse than no horse at all. Although previous presidents have been successful in passing legislation, there are still several challenges. With the introduction and penetration of technology in classrooms (Brinkerhoff, 2006). Legislation is in the works. Passing is insufficient. Many pupils do not have access, yet digital distribution remains available. It’s still taught in schools today. School districts and states face financial restrictions. Increase the difficulty of sinking technology. Technology is new in the realm of education, and it must be incorporated. With prudence and thought. As a piece of technology, laptop or device, the gadget should be viewed as a tool, not as a replacement for the finest teaching methods in the classroom. The student movement is another significant aspect of technology. The instructor must grasp how and why students are motivated to learn in the classroom. Teachers should take a critical look at technology in the classroom. How will their pupils learn to recognize whom they are working with among their student body? The best and how to create their confidence with technology so that their own learning experience, and so stimulates learning. No one can deny the fundamental necessity of technology in our everyday lives. We are all so reliant on technology that we cannot function without it. We require technology in everything from computers to fitness. Technology allows us to communicate with those who live far away. We communicate with and observe them via cell phones and computers. Our regular office work is likewise technologically driven. Technology is an inescapable need that we cannot avoid; it plays a significant part in almost every area of our life. In other words, it provides solutions to the majority of humanity’s issues. Technology advanced throughout the ages. The relevance of technology is aimed at user comfort in whatever shape it takes. It always points to ease in life. Take, for example, mobile technology. The more advanced the features, the faster the globe moves. Laptops are becoming thinner and smaller. Every year, it grows more compact and delivers more features and top performance. It should load a lot of data in a more compact form. That is the requirement. People should not worry about what they should bring to a sales presentation because everything is already “filed” on the laptop in the southern state and applicable to the telephone. The need to be able to communicate at any time and from any location motivated scientists to develop the cellular phone. In addition, it continues to shrink. Then it added additional functions, games, and entertainment, and it became more professional, like having a computer in your pocket. Then it moves from expensive to cheaper, better, quicker, and more dependable. Modern technology has become such an integral part of our lives that life would be very different without it. We use so much technology (items like mobile phones, laptops, Wi-Fi, vehicles, and so on) that it has ceased to be a luxury item even ten years ago and has become a fundamental need. However, many individuals continue to lack basic access that many of us take for granted. Automobiles, cell phones, and laptops will stretch your budget if you live on a very low salary. Technology is important in many aspects of life, and incorporating it into the educational process holds enormous potential for student development. With technology, both instructors and students may expect enhanced efficiency and efficacy. Technology may also spur pedagogical innovation and solve difficulties affecting learning, teaching, and social structure. As a result, technology may be viewed as both a tool and a catalyst for change. Students must accept technology in order to benefit, and instructors must be willing to use technology in the classroom in order to enhance and innovate their teaching approach.