Impact of Technology on the Behavior of Students Towards Learning in Pakistan

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Muhammad Saad Masood, Dr. Muhamamd Asim, Mr. Salman Manzoor


The concept of life-long learning has become more concrete due to technology. Notably, the internet has become global, which is used by everyone to connect and share knowledge. A wide range of knowledge is available just a tap away. Technology is being used to build schools in remote areas and restore disaster-stricken schools. The teacher absenteeism rate has been high in Pakistan, which has contributed to low education quality. To address students' issues, GPE (Global Partnership for Education) has helped 53,000 students enroll since 2014. Using Technology, GPE has also tracked all the educational data in 29 districts of Sindh (GPE, 2020). The private education sector is rather more thriving and has made use of technology to provide quality education. The framework establishes that technology and the culture of an educational institute impact the education sector's learning. There is a dependency between an individual's learning process and social processes. The research also found that emotional self-awareness, conflict management, achievement, self-confidence, and developing others are characteristics of educators' emotional intelligence that impact their performance. Moreover, the challenging tasks develop students' learning, and cognitive development as less complex tasks only perpetuate the students' existing skills.

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