This essay stresses that a number of nations have been on the front line in the adoption of technological requirements towards this initial licensure towards education improvement in their nations. For example, almost all the developed world countries have been having all the mangers, school administrators, tutors and teachers forced to have a computer-technology based course so that they can be in a position of delivering adequate services to the students whenever the need arises. This has been a challenge to a number of individuals and especially the old aged whose retirement has been placed on the corner. This has also been seeing more and mo. individual forced into extra expenditures in search for computer and new technological know-how if they have to retain their jobs and remain the practice. Although the countries that have been involved in this rush towards educational technology have been quite few, the number of these countries has been increasing steadily. The countries have been participation in these technological and professional developments if new educational practices could be appreciated. the number of challenges and issues that have to be addressed as the world prepares itself for this technological advancement and improvement of technology in educational practice.
This paper makes a conclusion that technology has defined the way education has been improved in the global perspective. In line with this, technology has been viewed as a civilizing force that has defined economic, social, and political transformations through the education sector. ...Show more