Current Perspectives on Education

September 2014
Language in India;Sep2014, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p1
Academic Journal
The article discusses various issues in the fields of educational research and training in India. It analyzes the use of modern information technologies including computer aided instruction (CAI), computer managed instruction and computer mediated instruction in classroom teaching, which improves the teaching strategies of teachers and also the learning ability of students. It also explains the strategies to teach first generation learners from rural areas of India.


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