In my opinion, e-books and news websites will replace printed books and newspaper firstly, many publishing companies began to sell e-books instead of printed ones moreover, especially young people prefer reading e-books instead of reading printed books. Teacher cannot replace the teachers computer can make our eyes damage but the teacher cannot a teacher have emotion but a computer does not have any kind of feelingif some times there is a personal isseus than teacher can solve but computer cannot. There are books i have read that i can never forget they work as a daily reminder in my head, and as eminent teachers moreover, books are memories from actual friends i am awed by the vintage books that my mother owns, some of which are memories from old friends she never saw again.
When a teacher teaches a student, there is a mutual involvement on both sides whereas when a child learns from a computer there is an involvement from the side of the student only. Finally, there are usually no alternatives when electronic products break down or internet connections are lost, and they can be expensive to fix and replace technology only educates students if they can use it, but a teacher can adapt a lesson and continue teaching even if her projector is broken or the internet is down. There are some innovation and technology enthusiasts who claim that computer-based learning will soon replace teachers just take a look at some recent op-eds by andy kessler and richard galant they point to the accessibility of information via the internet and the recent advances in online.
But can it actually replace books and teachers when the first tv broadcast took place, many people thought it would definitely replace radio the development of the internet has brought many changes to the way we can access information as well as interact with others, however it has not replaced tv. In schooling today, many teachers do use the internet to teach, because the internet holds lots of useful information which is beneficial for education i believe we will live in a society one day where artificial intelligent is existent, computers could essentially replace the majority of jobs for us, because our technology is promptly. As connection speeds increase and the ubiquity of the internet pervades, digital content reigns and in this era, free education has never been so accessible.
The internet can't replace libraries: why they matter more than ever in the age of google federal funding for libraries is down nearly 40 percent since 2000 our democracy may never wholly recover. The internet goes down, and only an english teacher can properly grade an essay and conference with a student afterward thus, in the past six years i have learned that technology can not replace the teacher and that students want to learn from humans, not machines.
Whenever a college student asks me, a veteran high-school english educator, about the prospects of becoming a public-school teacher, i never think it's enough to say that the role is shifting. Why e-books will never replace real books by jan swafford the internet and e-books may set back print media for a while, and they may claim a larger audience in the end but a lot of people. Books music art & design tv & radio why new technologies could never replace great teaching in short, teachers and the profession will never die. Books music art & design tv & radio could computers ever replace teachers will computers replace a teacher it never came to pass then and i doubt it ever will humans are social. A better tomorrow, has and ever will be the dream of teachers everywhere, and never has there been a better time for us to realize it the internet will not replace traditional education it will.
In a time when most american toddlers are as comfortable with a touchscreen as with a crayon, one would be remiss to think that the current classroom-based model of education will survive as is. The modern teacher is willing to take chances and able to figure out just not how technology works, but how it works for each student, and where its use is most appropriatea computer can never do all these i too believe that personalized tech-infused learning is the future of education. We should replace teachers because if you type up on youtube teacher choking student the student could of had an injury an the teacher could be fine for assault also fines too teachers always get angry at you and computers won't this is all they would say you have been naughty (robot version) all im trying to say is that computers will be kind. Books -- a technological innovation that helped transform educational practices in previous centuries -- didn't replace teachers, but they did help enable new forms of autonomous learning, and replaced and changed the nature of some of the things that teachers traditionally did.
As a mother, a grandmother and a teacher, i definitely believe that books are much better than computers for more reasons than one first of all, a child who reads tends to concentrate on the story and the book itself, instead of the many colourful attractive distractions that come with the computer. The highly charged response reflects the fear many teachers are beginning to feel that technology could push them out of their jobs, especially in an era of persistently tight budgets.
And even though the internet provides consumers with a much larger selection of books than is available in any one bookstore, it will never replace the bookstore where the reader can browse to his heart's content and now even settle down in an easy chair and read a book until closing time. A computer is an electronic device which has the ability to receive, transform data into information while a teacher on the other hand is a person who provides education for pupils (children) and students (adults. I beleive that a well written program could teach a student much more effectively than a teacher, because teachers are prone to human error, teacher procrastination, and inefficient grading of assignments.