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Are computers an essential feature of modern education? What subjects can be better taught using computers? Are there aspects of a good education that cannot be taught using computers?
The advent of computers has significantly refined many aspects of life, including education. While it is true that some subjects such as history, chemistry, geography etc.
are beneficialhave benefited from the invention of personal computers, theothers, like moral lessons, can not take advantage of them.
On the one hand, computers assist
sstudents toin obtaining knowlede at a more substantial level ofin many subjects via educational software s. These contain inglively sounds and vivid images which seem to attract more students’ attention than boring bookish and merelylessons. History and literature, which are regarded theoretical subjects inthese days, have become more appealing thanks to documentary films and rehearsals (what do you mean by rehearsals exactly?) screened inon computers. Furthermore, students can acknowledge chemical reactions in chemistry or phenomena in physics more manifestly on the grounds that they witness them from slide shows (This is awkward. you may want to consider revising).
On the other hand, sceptics claim that it is moral lessons
orand logical subjects, like mathematics, that cannot (will not? do not?) benefit from computers. Firstly, teaching students right conduct sand approriate manners is the unreplaceable task of teacher – humans, not computers. Only teachers are qualified to assess whether a student's behaviour areis right or wrong, orand to conceive their obstacles (?). What is more, to this day, even the most highly advanced machines do not accomplish the mission of interpreting mathematic theories and equations tofor learners, let alone valuing students’ creative solutions to the problems.
In short, despite the
widebroad influence of computers on many minutes (do you mean minutiae?) of life, they can not take the wholeresponsibility of teaching all the subjects in the classroom, just several of them.