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However in many ways technology has profoundly changed education. For one technology has greatly expanded access to education.
Indeed schooling as it exists today and therefore education only makes sense if we view it from a historical perspective.
Before and after technology in education. Scholars will soon be instructed through the eye multi touch surfaces are commonly used through equipment such as the iphone but the technology could become more relevant to education through entirely multi touch surfaces such as desks or workstations. Unlike other species humans have always had the ability to organise store and transmit knowledge in sounds and language. In medieval times books were rare and only an elite few had access to educational opportunities.
I considered public education a key development because public education has been part of society since the 1600 and adopted with the changes in the environment and technology. A cynic would say that technology has done nothing to change education. It was edison after all who said that books will soon be obsolete in schools.
When is a technology educational and not just a technology. Smartboards enable educators to cover the teaching materials in creative and entertaining ways that were not possible before. They make the learning more interactive and enjoyable.
Part of the reason is the growing. And indeed we have been for thousands of years. Key developments that has been most significant to me is public education that started in the 1600 and the computer age.
The second key development is the computer age. An early version of the internet arpanet existed long before 1990 but the combination of internet protocols and the development of html and the world wide web were clearly a turning point in both telecommunications and education at least for me. While education is an instinctive drive however that doesnt mean we cant improve upon it.
Apple was a major player in the education technology arena early on and that hasnt stopped if you havent seen as many macs in your school its because students and faculty are using ipads these days. As technology has advanced we have inevitably used those developments to the betterment of education and will continue to do so in the future. In fact 54 percent of schools surveyed in 2012 used tablets or e readers in the classroom.
Prior to technology word of mouth communication was the only type of education that existed. Soon after educators realized the potential behind them these boards replaced chalk and dusty blackboards for good.
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