Technology Integration in Teaching: A Study that Examines How Technology Integration Affects Student Achievement

Amna Said Ahmad, Kawthar Younes Hamad


The study examines technology integration in instructional classes and their impact on student achievement, because integrating technology into teaching allows the teacher to take control of all students and draws their attention, greatly reducing classroom discipline issues.

In addition, it boosts teacher self-confidence because he speaks to students in their technological language, facilitates teachers’ assessment of their students - if the teacher used an appropriate assessment tool, and allows students who are having difficulty in class to actively participate in lessons, helping teachers share all their lessons, and share the lessons they have prepared with the whole world.

And all of this results in effective student performance, and teaching achievement.

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