Some considerations regarding the trilemma of technological civilization: between tradition, conservatism and revolution or about Traditional Education vs. Digital education
Keywords:education, technological civilization, tradition, conservatism, digitization, social impact, digital age
Traditional learning combined with digital learning is becoming more and more attractive. Thus, there is no sudden transition from traditional to digital, both bring added value if combined, and the change and transition to digital education only is easier to assimilate, especially by teachers, who have been educated and "trained" many years in the classic, traditional way. And the sudden transition to the digital environment can give rise to frustration, but especially to resistance to change. The blended approach of online and conventional education also provides human interaction with teachers being able to provide real-time feedback. Thus, time is saved and other costs are reduced, even eliminated. Now that options exist, it's up to students and teachers to decide which option to choose. In addition, the process of digitization of education is long-lasting. The only certainty being that we are only heading there, towards technology in all fields, this being the natural course of evolution, the only certainty of life remaining, of course, change. How is the educational system changing in the digital age? This is the theme of the present scientific research endeavor being inspired by the times in which we live.
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