Will Teaching Become Automated with Technology?

Teaching and Technology: Automation

This article is an insightful view into a possible question in current times: will technology result in teaching being completely automated? Read on.

Learning without a teacher or to experience teaching without a teacher can kill creativity and innovative thought process of an individual.

The trust that machinery can mechanize education and substitute educators is inescapable. This credence can be found in present-day learning innovations, reform activities, and technology results.

Instead of teaching becoming automated, an individual can aim for a better future where inventions, imagine original ways to systematize education.

There are situations in which people have been replaced by machinery. Machines and robotic systems have replaced assembly-line workforces whose professions were grounded on homogenous and monotonous tasks such as welding and colouring in a factory.

On the other hand, the world has witnessed how web-based software has replaced airline and hotel reservations agents whose daily professions included finishing transactions with a small options and variables. But can we really think of teaching to be automated?

Well today a good number of people learn through web, there are several distance courses available, but for us all, foundation has been laid by teachers. What to study, how to study and methods of effecting learning has come to us from our physical educators.

Extremely compound and nuanced demands of coaching cannot be met by computers by executing tasks. Not sophisticated algorithms can play the role of a teacher. When technology is developing every day, people do have options of learning in different ways, at different proportions, but the progression in life comes from experiencing teaching in real life.

Technology and automated teaching will not replace teachers. But yes, technology has definitely changed the role of the teacher, the duties and responsibilities. In schoolrooms all over the nation, abundant entrance to technology has given teachers the chance to shift the mode and teaching styles. Education should be interacting, engaging, though provoking and motivation, automation of teaching cannot substitute formal teaching.

Talking about the possibilities, learning technology products often highlight efficiency. While there have been immense technological advancements between 1926 and 2014, the parallels are striking. The facts illustrate an ongoing enthrallment with efficiency. Individuals are trying to focus on saving time and money via software, grade, and accomplish. Research suggests that automation devices can be designed to facilitate learning activities and in that case, yes, there are chances that teaching can become automated. At times, students also prefer to have quick and comprehensive automated feedback.  They prefer instant notes than wait for a tired lecturer to scribble a few notes.

A formal teaching is always better than a completely automated teaching.

Arundhati Sarkar