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In the evolving landscape of education, the integration of technology in classroom training has emerged as a pivotal aspect of pedagogical advancement. This study aims to explore the effectiveness of new technological tools and methods in enhancing teaching and learning experiences in Indonesian educational institutions. Employing a qualitative approach, students with qualitative insights from 30 in-depth interviews with pedagogy experts. The quantitative data were analyzed using statistical tools to gauge the prevalence and impact of technology integration, while the qualitative data were subjected to thematic analysis to extract detailed perspectives on pedagogical transformations. The findings reveal a significant increase in student engagement and comprehension when interactive technologies, such as digital whiteboards and educational software, are incorporated into lessons. Additionally, teachers reported improved efficiency in lesson planning and delivery. The study highlights the potential of blended learning environments, which combine traditional teaching methods with digital tools, to enrich the educational experience. Despite some challenges related to resource availability and digital literacy, the overall response to technology integration in classrooms was overwhelmingly positive, suggesting a promising direction for future educational practices in Indonesia.


Integrating Technology Classroom Training Educational Pedagogy

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