btw, i made an essay with the same theme as yours! hopefully it can give you more ideas.
Looking around, one would notice how technology has touched almost every aspect of one's life. From the lights in the ceiling, right down to the food that we eat. Indeed technology has become integrated with people's life that it has become impossible to separate them. Recent advancement in technology which includes educational aspects has introduced new means of teaching in classroom. The advent of technology in classrooms has made it easier, convenient, and interesting to study. Nevertheless, a concern raised by some experts is : technology will completely replace the traditional teacher in classroom. I am of the opinion that this change is unlikely to happen in the foreseeable future because teachers still hold an imperative role in educating students.
First and foremost, technology is being used and exploited by teachers in the classroom to make learning more interactive, interesting, and thus enjoyable for students. By changing their method of teaching, teachers try different methods to allow students to have a sustainable engagement with the subject at hand rather than brief knowledge about it. Powerpoint presentations, animations, and videos are instances of the tools used to do so. Although technology indeed slowly replace the traditional method of using textbooks as study references, at the end of the day, it depends on the methods adopted by the teacher.
Furthermore, unlike computers, teachers are human beings with feelings thus they can relate themselves to the students better. They do not only take the role as an educator, but also pillar of strength and moral supporter of the students. In times of dejection and low spirit, students can always approach their teachers to seek advice, counseling, and guidance from them. as it has been said ,'a teacher's influence is inifinite. There is no knowing where his influence will stop'. Indeed, what we have learnt from our teacher at school will be our weapon against the challenges of the competitive world.
As it has been said, 'the best teachers teach from the heart, not from the book', what we learn from a teacher in our classroom is not merely lines regurgitated from the textbooks or websites, but its much more than that. Teachers inculcated life skills, moral values, and knowledge for us to carry. Education is not simply about knowing, but applying what we know in our lives, and teachers assist us in doing so.
in a nutshell, no matter how advanced technology becomes in the future, teachers will not be sidestepped. as nelson mandela once said,'teacher is the man that changes the world', what we are today and will be in the future are shaped, molded, and crafted by the efforts of our teacher.