Rethinking Education: An In-Depth Examination of Modern Technologies and Pedagogic Recommendations

Murielle El Hajj, Lusail University, Qatar
Hiba Harb, Lusail University, Qatar
Published: August 26, 2023

Citation: El Hajj, M., & Harb, H. (2023). Rethinking Education: An In-Depth Examination of Modern Technologies and Pedagogic Recommendations. IAFOR Journal of Education11(2).


Educational technology has changed the teaching and learning process in many ways. As teachers needed new strategies to adapt to emerging technology tools and to interact with students, immediate feedback and digital instructional resources had become the norm. Teaching and learning expectations are growing because of technological improvements. Many digital libraries and online resources are now easily accessible to teachers and students. Therefore, a qualified teacher must be aware of the new teaching requirements and the adjustments related to educational technology trends. Additionally, it is important to adopt a Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPCK) framework and to clarify how teachers and students can collaborate to achieve learning outcomes through updated educational practices. This collaborative education can occur because technology makes it easier for students and teachers to interact together, despite the physical distance that could separate them. This paper emphasizes the optimum use of educational technologies and the potential of new digital tools that have already been exploited in an unprecedented way. It aims to provide a comprehensive review of current technologies with pedagogic recommendations, to highlight the importance of educational technologies in teaching, and to reconsider strategies for acquiring digital skills in the Artificial Intelligence era. The discussion revolves around identifying and depicting various advanced educational technologies that can be integrated with engaging pedagogical approaches. Furthermore, it explains how each technology can enhance the learning experience, emphasizing the teacher’s role in the technology-based educational process.


active/interactive learning, education, student-centred approach, teaching strategies, technology, technology-based education