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  • Yes it will

    Most of the stuff you learn is useless but if it's required you can it in days with Google instead of weeks. I have needed to take 3 weeks to learn the plant cell but I can learn the entire thing about in 5-10 MINTUTES which is better because you can learn complex thing a lot faster and understand it more because most teachers don't explain it well enough for some kids to understand since most teachers only care about the money

  • Our Caring Teachers:

    Teachers are the ones who explain us everything in detail,which a computer cannot.Though the computer serves as a reference in our day-to-day life it does not directly state the topic properly.Whereas on the other hand there are teachers who try to make us understand for our bright future. Yes, i do believe that learning is a process which has no ending,but i would like to say that a teacher shouldn't be replaced with technology.
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  • Our Caring Teachers:

    Teachers are the ones who explain us everything in detail,which a computer cannot.Though the computer serves as a reference in our day-to-day life it does not directly state the topic properly.Whereas on the other hand there are teachers who try to make us understand for our bright future. Yes, i do believe that learning is a process which has no ending,but i would like to say that a teacher shouldn't be replaced with technology.
    Thank You ,
    for reading

  • I really don't know...

    There are many great reasons for both sides so I really don't know. Both sides gave great reasons but since "NO" towers yes, I'll go with yes. I g g g c be g. H. H be the first half of the day man oin I on be in a

  • Yes, I suppose.......

    Technology in its way is the one which cannot be challenged. The amount of knowledge is universal and its been proven that the brain percepts visualistic explanations more than just what the teachers teach. The most important factor is of time. We can access the internet wherever and whenever we want. Its not the same with teachers. There are some limitations to the knowledge that the teachers impart us. This is a competitive era, and most of the teachers inspite of knowing this don't help the students with it. You may say that many children don't have the facility of making use of technology, but our government knows this and it has started many schemes related to this. Although this will take some time to get implemented, the prime minister kind of seems in favor of this. Technology has gained momentum in education and the ones who don't make use of it will be at loss!

  • Yes it is true

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  • Teachers are obsolete

    Teachers from the elementary level through high school and beyond do an inadequate job of teaching. Many teachers are unqualified to teach, and often times teach straight from a book. 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. With computers and technology students could rewind a video or get instant feedback so they can quickly correct their mistakes. A common argument against this is that school teaches students important social skills. Why not have a "school/club" whose sole purpose is to teach students these social skills, and leave the actual education to the computers and technology that can do it best.

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  • Teachers are obsolete

    Teachers from the elementary level through high school and beyond do an inadequate job of teaching. Many teachers are unqualified to teach, and often times teach straight from a book. 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. With computers and technology students could rewind a video or get instant feedback so they can quickly correct their mistakes. A common argument against this is that school teaches students important social skills. Why not have a "school/club" whose sole purpose is to teach students these social skills, and leave the actual education to the computers and technology that can do it best.

  • Teachers are obsolete

    Teachers are inefficient. Many children in elementary all the way up to high school recieve inadequate education hindered by unqualified teachers who teach straight from the book. I would argue that a well structured program would insure the kids would understand the information being taught. With a computer the student could rewind a video to listen to the part of a lesson he didn't quite grasp, or more easily find and complete assignments because they are all in one place on the computer. Although it could be argued that school is for social skills, why don't we have a seperate "school/club" thats sole purpose is to teach social skills, and leave education to computers and technology that can handle it best.

  • Teachers who use technology will replace those who do not use technology.

    But technology, by itself, cannot fully engage or properly teach a classroom. It is the variety of different teachers and learning styles that keep students interested. They may complain about their crazy English teacher and their boring science teacher, but it really does keep school exciting. That's only the tip of the iceberg, too. Teachers are role models- especially in a world where at least 50% of marriages end in divorce. Teachers WITH technology are better than teachers without technology since it helps them stay organized and connected with their students.

  • Teachers 4ever in life

    Teachers have a huge experience about life. They can give us ideas about their life, what they did when they were young, when they were in trouble, when they were stuck and everything while robots are just machines....They can't give us life experiences...They can only give us ways to solve problems in a clever way ...They can give us only ideas and after all they are just fragile machines...

  • No it won't

    Our teachers who used to scold us ,report us to parents,mentors us,etc....Where is the fun without them...Our parents too are teachers ..Just imagine a child is born and the first face he looks at is a robot....Do you think a child will love going to school like most of us did if the teacher was a robot....OPEN YOUR MIND

  • Technology can' replaced teacher

    Because technology is just a tool use by the teacher to have a meaningful and active class. Moreover, what we had learned for the software in the computer is just an additional to what we had learned in reality. So, it is just a tool of the teacher to accomplished some task.

  • Technology can't replace teachers.

    Of course this technology for me can't replaced teachers in teaching. Because it is just a tool of the teacher. Like for example the computer wherein it provides an active and meaningful class. In addition, what we learn from the softwares is just an additional to what we are learning in reality.

  • Teachers will always be Valid

    Technology is the latest thing but again elderly people don't know how to use it and majority can't afford and that's not just elderly the young ones these days. Like in the good old days us kids use to play outside and make friends, now all kids do these days is stay indoors and play on there games.

  • Technology????? No and never

    Even though technology is advancing it can never replace teachers. As teachers understand our needs and calibre whereas technology only sticks to a particular syllabus. Our beloved teachers
    help and guide us to solve our situations. Technology is useful but it can never replace teachers. Teachers will always be there.

  • Technology????? No and never

    Even though technology is advancing it can never replace teachers. As teachers understand our needs and calibre whereas technology only sticks to a particular syllabus. Our beloved teachers
    help and guide us to solve our situations. Technology is useful but it can never replace teachers. Teachers will always be there.

  • Technology????? No and never

    Even though technology is advancing it can never replace teachers. As teachers understand our needs and calibre whereas technology only sticks to a particular syllabus. Our beloved teachers
    help and guide us to solve our situations. Technology is useful but it can never replace teachers. Teachers will always be there.

  • Teachers help in choosing career

    The teacher can give us adive what we do in future by see our interest even robot not its only do by that it programs but teacher do thhey give advice and also tell us how we have to study by seeing our capability they chear up to do more

  • Not now and not ever....

    I being a 15 year old can figure that......It s true that technology gives us more knowledge than our school teacher and they need to update themselves a bit now and then....But honestly does anyone remember being in school the fun and all other stuff....Our teachers who used to scold us ,report us to parents,mentors us,etc....Where is the fun without them...Our parents too are teachers ..Just imagine a child is born and the first face he looks at is a robot....Do you think a child will love going to school like most of us did if the teacher was a robot....OPEN YOUR MIND THINK WIDE AND FAR....


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