Exploring the Preparedness for LMS among Teacher Educators and B.Ed. Students in the Current Education Scenario By Dr.M.Ponnambaleswari and Aswathy C.K.


In the dynamic landscape of education, the integration of technology has become an imperative, reshaping traditional teaching and learning paradigms. Among the transformative tools that have garnered significant attention is the Learning Management System (LMS). As educational institutions strive to embrace digital advancements, understanding the awareness and perceptions of key stakeholders, particularly Teacher Educators and Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) students, is crucial for successful implementation. This research contributes to the broader discourse on educational technology adoption by shedding light on the specific dynamics within the realms of teacher preparation and student education. The findings of this study reveal that there is significant differences observed in LMS preparedness, awareness, personal engagement levels, and perceived challenges between Teacher Educators and B.Ed. students. This offers valuable insights for educators, administrators, and policymakers seeking to enhance the effectiveness of LMS utilization in fostering a technologically enriched and responsive educational environment. Through this comparative analysis, researcher, contribute to the ongoing dialogue surrounding the intersection of technology and education, paving the way for informed decision-making and sustainable advancements in the field.

Keywords: learning management system (LMS), teacher educator, B.Ed. students

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