Definition of tautology – the saying of the same thing twice over in different words, generally considered to be a fault

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Tautological words and phrases to avoid monotony and repetition

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Definition of tautology – the saying of the same thing twice over in different words, generally considered a fault of style: noun, plural tau·tol·o·gies. Needless repetition of an idea, especially in terms other than the immediate context, without imparting additional force or clearness, as in “widow.”. … noun plural -goes. Quotes the learning and the use in particular.

Fun in classrooms is a requisite. As teachers, we must not use technology as a silicon coating but harness the power of technology to connect with our students. No more, it is about copying and pasting, which we have had been doing over the years. To control corrupt politicians, PowerPoint corrupts the teachers if it has just slides and no explanations. For a matter of thought and intelligence, the platform should share for show rather than expecting it to be the only parcel for knowledge delivery. There is a specific need to implement a new way of teaching through technology, and hence a digital pedagogy is required the most. The teachers need to introspect how children may learn in this networked environment. We can’t simply take a textbook and deliver it digitally; somewhat, the need here is to explore the power to harness the best via connectivity and creativity to connect.

We can’t think and re-discover the chalkboard and make it an intelligent board to deliver knowledge. What is required is a novel mindset of love, care, and delivery of priorities for our children within classrooms. We ultimately need a different paradigm for teaching, a different pedagogy that talks about creation, control of chaos, connection to correcting, and consumption to creation. The teachers need to change their thinking of how they are going to use technology in education.

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Having taken in view, we tend to use this in common language unconsciously in particular.

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