THE USE OF TECH­NOL­OGY AS A TOOL FOR LEARN­ING

Sun.Star Pampanga - - PERSPECTIVE! -

JULI­ETA MAGO CATANGAL

All of us are con­tented be­cause we live in the world where tech­nol­ogy is as its great heights. We are us­ing all of the prod­ucts of the changes that we ex­pe­ri­enced es­pe­cially the in­ter­net. Most of the time, peo­ple want to learn more about the things that cy­berspace can of­fer, a big so­lu­tion to aid our prob­lems, from re­search­ing to find­ing ways and to look for words.

As a se­condary ed­u­ca­tion teacher, I also en­cour­age my learn­ers to use tech­nol­ogy and be wired up in net to be more aware in cur­rents is­sues, search for new things, ma­te­ri­als and modern tech­niques that may help to broaden their hori­zons and skills, pro­vided in a pro­duc­tive man­ner and time. It helps them to in­crease the learn­ing process for it builds a more ef­fec­tive and ef­fi­cient learn­ing en­vi­ron­ment in many and dif­fer­ent ways for them.

Our young­sters to­day are com­fort­able us­ing tech­nol­ogy. They em­brace what is new and what rel­e­vant to their needs and use all forms to im­prove their works.

We must be proud that we are part of a grow­ing word wherein tech­nol­ogy is highly pri­or­i­tized. Peo­ple are now happy that be­cause of it, we can fi­nally choose to de­velop and master our in­ner tal­ents, ca­pa­bil­i­ties and skills.

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The au­thor is Teacher III at Pam­panga High School

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