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Computers In Education

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Computers In Education I have chosen to discuss computers in education as my educational issue, as I feel that they play a major role in the way teaching & learning has evolved in the last ten years. Education has been changing so much in the last few years with the introduction to the computers both in the classroom and at home, that students are no longer expected to write papers but type them up; Papers are no longer expected to be just writing but integrated with pictures and graphs; Projects have also changed from who can learn the most to that can make it look good. ...read more.


This shows the paradigm shift that has taken place over the years from quality to computerization. If a medium could be reached where students put as much time and effort into the contents of their work as they did into the look of their work it could easily be said that education is better today then before. Until the student takes it upon his/her self to improve quality or until the teacher comes to grade on quality things will only be about who can make it look the best. Any student will learn at a very early age that it is important to learn how to use the computer. ...read more.


The usage of the computer today, especially in education, is being abused. Society is putting to much emphasis on technology rather than on education. We have what we do today because of the way people were educated in the past. Educators should look back on how they grade or rate students since a computer can not expand ones mind, only help it to better express what one is trying to say. We are looking more at how someone says something over what they say, and the learning process should not start out like this but rather end up in this mode. Computers are just used at to high of a rate early in the child's education process and takes both from learning skills and interpersonal communication skills. ...read more.

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