(previous section) If criticisms can be leveled at information technology in terms of homework, it cannot be denied that it is an effective means of attracting the attention of pupils. […]

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While some criticism can be leveled at information technology in terms of homework, it cannot be denied that it is an effective way to get students' attention.

Pierre Poulin, teacher in an iCl @ ssede 6e year in Montreal, believes that the role of the teacher is called to change with the advent of technology. “He no longer has a monopoly on education, he is no longer the benchmark. According to him, the teacher is now a spark plug for students to develop new techniques for acquiring knowledge. They must become good guides so that the pupils learn to use the various computer tools carefully.

Basically, everything is just a question of adaptation, both for teachers and parents. But if all the technological tools available to students reach their goal, homework will soon come back into fashion!


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