IN the current digital world, every aspect of education has some elements of technology. Teaching and learning becomes very complex and holistic with the use of technology. The speed of changes in content and pedagogy is also speeding up like the speed of lightning. Currently, the success rate in most developing nations is based on how well students perform in their examinations or how clever they have become. In many schools and higher learning institutions, we are missing the integration of all types of people, the joy of studying and the purpose for life. It has become a very mechanical world.
Preschool children are forced to spend hours studying for a supposedly early head start. By the time they are in secondary schools, they become burnt out and some may even take their own lives because they cannot keep up with self, parental and societal pressure to be excellent in studies.