Theoretical assumptions of using ICT in education

Koceva, Daniela (2010) Theoretical assumptions of using ICT in education. ICT in the Education of the Balkan Countries, Balkan Society for Pedagogy and Education, Varna 2010. pp. 118-121. ISSN 978-954-326-149-9


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The development of modern societies is largely determined precisely by the process of computerization. Almost no region or area remained uncovered and not under direct or indirect influence of this process. Now, and even more in near future, the knowledge of working with computers is a basic assumption concerning the ability of individuals and others who do not master this skill are considered illiterate in functional terms. The perfect knowledge of computers and languages is one of the conditions of competitiveness in the labor market. Education is what is crucial in the training and the successful inclusion into society of present and future generations. There are certain assumptions for the successful computer literacy of students. Computerization provides numerous benefits in educational process, but also creates some problems with various consequences, which in turn has affects the perspective of the whole educational system, a respective society, and ultimately, the world as a whole. Computers, like any other modern piece of equipment and technology is neutral concerning value (in terms of their possible consequences). They may endlessly ease life in all social spheres, especially in education as one of essential social spheres. Key words: education, teaching, ICT, development, efficacy, benefits.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Social Sciences > Educational sciences
Social Sciences > Sociology
Divisions: Faculty of Educational Science
Depositing User: Daniela Koceva
Date Deposited: 02 Feb 2015 09:30
Last Modified: 02 Feb 2015 09:30

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