EDUCATION IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM
MA. LUZ C. FERNANDEZ
All of this takes technology, along with willing educators, school districts, curriculum directors, and even parents, ready to embrace it and adopt it. Adopting requires change. Some change is mandated. More evolution in technology more chances of learners to become globally competitive.
Technology has the power to free us from those limitations, to make education far more portable, flexible, and personal; to foster initiative and individual responsibility; to restore the treasure-hunt excitement to the process of learning.
Technology really have an impact on education in the future. It is impossible to imagine education years from now without technology. Technology in education allow learners to take notes and print them. Education has certainly taken center stage as a modern issue.
Technology is rapidly evolving to help teachers educate in a diverse classroom of learning differences, transcending learning disability and educational device at once (Google, Microsoft Office, mobile, tablet, e.g.).
Assessment is coming further to the fore, as teachers want to assess children individually, in addition to evaluating classroom performance generally.The tech-based educational model is not a distant possibility any longer, and what was once science fiction is becoming daily reality.
THE AUTHOR IS TEACHER III AT SAN PEDRO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, PAMPANGA