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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ILOCOS SUR POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE SOUTH CLUSTER TAGUDIN CAMPUS

REACTION PAPER (STRUCTURE IN ENGLISH) TOPIC: Technology on Education

SUBMITTED BY:
LUZANO, SHARON S. BEED II

SUBMITTED TO:
Mrs. Eleanor Gonzales INSTRUCTOR

for example. youths become dependent to the technology that results to laziness. anytime. Digital literacy may need to be refined and redefined to improve critical thinking. Technology makes our work easily done but how about our effort and intellectual aspect. Technology changes as we use it. Students come with their personal. Our intellectual ability will not work/function for we just depend on what technology give us. Sending brief punctuated text message is communicating. there is a need to improve and broaden personal technological skills. The new device is small but powerful. THE COMMON DIGITAL DEVICE It is time to change our definition of the common digital device? It’s more than a simple laptop. “The combination of free and widely distributed educational resources with tools that enable learners to add or comment on such resources or build entirely new ones begins to redefine what learning is-it become production or participation. it is conceivable for content to be created and used as it is created. Technological defence is their norm. The new common device is portable. Can technology be an effective agent for change in education require from technology? How does mobile technology create mobile learners? Can structured learning be mobile as will? II. Critical thinking and reflective thinking maybe as important. Technological literacy is not the focus. and by anyone. It’s more than a tablet. we do not have to exert great effort in doing things. In the classroom. powerful. there is a need to refine and deepen literacy skills in the broad sense. digital devices. This sentence is meaningful for its true.SUMMARY Technology becomes a living element. not consumption and absorption. Instructors and students are finding new and innovative methods to use this new curriculum. For others. . the varieties of technology introduce a greater range of learning possibilities. This is the world they have lived in for years.INTRODUCTION People in today’s generation are said to be lazy but progressive. They use some of the same social media applications to maintain their convections to communicate and to establish new connection to new communities. The multi-media content is altering our typical sense of access. Now. The creation and re-creation of content is demanding a newer focus for teaching and learning. if not more important than the technological skills used to find the resources. It’s these and so much more.TECHNOLOGY ON EDUCATION I. This new form of content is shifting our conception of teaching and learning. For some. Digital resources are created anywhere.” Access to or the availability of technology is not as defined a barrier today as in years past.

We need to teach differently. we are all faced with choices. The learning space becomes dynamic. pp. whether physical or virtual where learners gather and where learning occurs.III. which is highly mobile are often ubiquitous. Through technology (whether email. We need to think differently. 49) (EMPHASIS ADDED) . The evolutions evaluate a wider range of resources and determine the legitimacy of each resource. V.. 2009. the context may differ. 42. anywhere on this planet and at my time. IV. “Ideas of one learner or instructor may be shared with anyone. Technology becomes a primary contribution to this shift. In traditional classroom is changing.. or any number of social network platforms) time and space become blurred. Innovative pedagogy is required.REACTION THE NEW EDUCATION In this new age and economy of learning.” As this occurs. technology in general is finding itself in every aspect of education.” Learners of all ages are increasingly engaged in formal as well as informal learning. pervasive and transparent-terms that by themselves have specific meaning.” Technology by itself will not empower learners. Learning is not restricted to a physical classroom. 44. Technology is now an agent change in the classroom. “Not all technologies foster engaging and cognitively rich information processing and networking.33. curriculum is as current as any media that is created or being created. chat.REFERENCES -Internet (Bonk. Location independent and dependent access. With this new role of technology comes a new expectation for content. it is also opening up in new forms to those who already did. These are some of the new concern. Information once deemed irrefutable has quickly become replaced by dynamically delivered and changed content. but in the context of the classroom. educational information and resources will no longer be local but global. Technology is mentioned as ubiquitous. from subject to subject or from school to school. Immediate access on demand access.RECOMMENDATION Technology in education should be controlled. The first choice is to use technology or not to use technology. “While learning is being opened up to masses of people that previously did not have access. While the specific technologies may change from grade to grade. and may include any space.

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