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A Systematic Literature Review: Effect of Education 4.0 on Computer Management Students for Studying Different Languages


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1 MCA Department, Pimpri Chinchwad College of Engineering, Pune – 411044, Maharashtra, India
2 Pune Jilha Shikshan Mandal Annasaheb, Mager College, Pune- 411038, Maharashtra, India
     

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Education 4.0 is an innovative approach to education that combines technology with traditional teaching methods. This paper explores the impact of Education 4.0 on computer management students’ ability to learn different languages. The study was conducted among a sample of computer management students who were taught different languages using Education 4.0 tools and techniques. The findings reveal that Education 4.0 has a positive impact on students’ language learning abilities. The use of technology-based tools such as language learning apps, virtual reality, and online resources enhanced the students’ engagement and motivation, resulting in higher language proficiency levels. Furthermore, Education 4.0 provided students with opportunities to interact with native speakers, practice speaking and listening skills, and receive instant feedback on their performance. The study suggests that the integration of Education 4.0 into language learning programs can be an effective approach to enhancing students’ language proficiency. However, the success of this approach depends on the quality of technology used, the effectiveness of instructional design, and the instructors’ ability to integrate technology with pedagogical practices. Overall, this paper highlights the potential of Education 4.0 in language learning and provides insights for educators and policymakers to integrate this approach into language learning programs.

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Education 4.0, Education, Effective Learning, Industry 4.0, Systematic Literature Review
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Rajkamal C. Sangole
MCA Department, Pimpri Chinchwad College of Engineering, Pune – 411044, Maharashtra, India
P. B. Wahul
Pune Jilha Shikshan Mandal Annasaheb, Mager College, Pune- 411038, Maharashtra, India

Abstract


Education 4.0 is an innovative approach to education that combines technology with traditional teaching methods. This paper explores the impact of Education 4.0 on computer management students’ ability to learn different languages. The study was conducted among a sample of computer management students who were taught different languages using Education 4.0 tools and techniques. The findings reveal that Education 4.0 has a positive impact on students’ language learning abilities. The use of technology-based tools such as language learning apps, virtual reality, and online resources enhanced the students’ engagement and motivation, resulting in higher language proficiency levels. Furthermore, Education 4.0 provided students with opportunities to interact with native speakers, practice speaking and listening skills, and receive instant feedback on their performance. The study suggests that the integration of Education 4.0 into language learning programs can be an effective approach to enhancing students’ language proficiency. However, the success of this approach depends on the quality of technology used, the effectiveness of instructional design, and the instructors’ ability to integrate technology with pedagogical practices. Overall, this paper highlights the potential of Education 4.0 in language learning and provides insights for educators and policymakers to integrate this approach into language learning programs.

Keywords


Education 4.0, Education, Effective Learning, Industry 4.0, Systematic Literature Review



DOI: https://doi.org/10.15410/aijm%2F2023%2Fv12i1%2F173017