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Title: A case study on how technology allows students to gain better skills and prepare them for transition to the real world
Authors: KABBANI, BASEL
Keywords: technology
technological interventions
technology-oriented classrooms
United Arab Emirates (UAE)
education sector
learning environment
Issue Date: Oct-2018
Publisher: The British University in Dubai (BUiD)
Abstract: The research study has been conducted in order to understand the impact of technological interventions, technology-oriented classrooms skills, and building levels among the students. It has also encountered the notion to measuring the extent to which technological methods prepare the students to face the real time, or professional world challenges. The study is accredited as the first initiative in the education sector of Dubai where it has been conducted at a school located in Dubai .A class of 24 students has been considered as the major area of study. The study has adopted pragmatism paradigm where mixed method approach has been implemented by using survey questionnaires , and interviews as the data collection instruments, in order to compare the student’s achievement levels in the last two years. As per the research findings, technology has the power to improve the communication between students and teachers.it is also makes the learning journey more meaningful and interesting. Teachers play the role of advisors and instructors when the students use technological tools to learn, that leads to an interesting learning environment.
URI: https://bspace.buid.ac.ae1234/1384
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