Benefits Of Technology Integration In Education Infographic

| February 9, 2018

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Teaching strategies based on educational technology can be described as ethical practices that facilitate the students learning and boost their capacity, productivity, and performance. It also inspires positive changes in teaching methods on an international level.

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