Technologically-Driven Education: Uncovering the Two Sides Through Article Analysis

Published: 5 June 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/dr4rs9w733.1


In this commentary paper, we undertake an article analysis approach to examine the profound shift in education towards a technologically-driven curriculum. We explore the positives and negatives of this transformative phenomenon, while placing particular emphasis on the prescient warnings articulated by Goldin and Katz in "The Race Between Education and Technology." Additionally, we delve into the thought-provoking insights presented by Vidal in "Digital Education: The Approach of a Modern Teacher," specifically highlighting the unanticipated challenges faced by the Philippine education sector during the pandemic-induced shift to blended learning. We aim to shed light on the implications of the education sector's complacent approach towards future-thinking and its impact on instructional competence.