This enhances growth of better collaboration skills among students. In these interactions, students engage in discourses on different topics that may not be allocated time in class schedules (Pitler et. al., 2012).
The assertion that students lack the ability to interact with their present peers because of interacting with technology is partly true. This is because interaction with technology or with peers over a medium of technology requires concentration that would otherwise go to present peers. However, it is perfectly possible to adjudicate the two so that students can interact with those who are far across the globe whilst interacting with those in their present environments. Whereas some cite that the confidence that students have questioning things while interacting via technology is temporary and short lived, it provides a chance for students to challenge the things with which they are not comfortable. This offers an advantage over face-to-face interaction that intimidates and scares students from being open to certain thing. Technology enables students to carry out tasks of high complexity with ease (Shelly et. al.,