Avert educational alienation via technology
While it stands to reason that applying the Internet technology effectively to teaching to the hilt on account of its popularity, any technology is a double-edged sword , live classes being no exception.
In the perspective of balanced education, Internet technology promotes the large-scale and rapid spread of information, narrowing the gap between the originally unbalanced places, allowing more people to get approaches to better quality educational resources. Meanwhile, provided that the orientation or purpose of the utilization of this technology has deviated, the automated instruction and growth of teachers in relatively backward areas, in all probability, have a tendency to get suppressed. After a period of time, chances are that it will widen the increasing educational gap between the two places.
Hence, it's ill-advised that we merely attach great importance to the benefits and progress from the application of the Internet, big data, and artificial intelligence in education. We ought not to turn a blind eye to negative effects it may bring about and should take preventive measures to nip them in the bud , because education is closely linked to people's destiny and social progress, being unable to stand "trial and error" arbitrarily.
It should be noted that the inherent logic of education itself is far more complicated than the Internet and artificial intelligence and the Internet is a means and a tool for the realization of education all along. Therefore, it determines "Internet + education" can only follow the special inner regularity of education, not the laws of the Internet. Whether it is distance learning or big data analysis, technical means will ultimately serve the essence of education.
When it comes to utilizing modern information technology in the field of education, we must attach importance to following the laws of human growth, respecting human nature, teaching and learning, allowing students to develop in an all-around way and to be a better one, making for a better society.