Either way, it implies that more precise methods might work better. Stoll's second support claim discusses how people view computers. In American school systems computer classes are replacing other classes like home economics and drivers education. Logical thinkers would be persuaded that emphasis on computers is shortsighted. When David Thornburg, director of the Computer-Using Educators conference, says that soon students will not need to use library because of the information they can get at home on the Internet, Stoll expresses disbelief at the notion.
I guess that the books are not going to exists as the year go by. And then when we see a book it will seem weird to us. People are go connected with computers that when they need to figure something out they use a computer and solve the problem. They do not use a book and flip through the page to find the answer to the problem that they have. I think that people should get disconnected from computers and enjoy the real world, because as the year go by the world is also changing and we should enjoy what is real and not to what is not real.
If there was a base standard for computer literacy then it may be possible that the amount of personal and public data that is stolen can be greatly reduced. it is unacceptable to not have a basic understanding of computers in modern society and it is foolish to keep introducing more technology if only a select few can understand the current technology. Having basic knowledge of computers can also enhance one 's experience by introducing basic coding and programming that will enhance one 's basic reasoning which transfers into enhanced academic performance as well. Instead of being told what to do and how to do something whenever there is the slightest error one will be able to diagnose and remedy it. Computers have replaced older technologies and have invaded every aspect of life; computer literacy is a necessacity and can longer be avoided in the modern
With the proper use of computers teachers and students can use computers to help them with the curriculum. It is important for teachers to be guided and instructed on how to help benefit their students through the use of computers. The computer cannot take the place of a teacher because computers cannot speak or instruct students to read, write, and add, the way a real teacher would in a live situation. The presence of a live teacher is unique and necessary for a well-rounded education. People should not fear computers because they cannot replace the importance of a professional teacher.
Mistakes would be inexcusable, although humans are not flawless. Humans would not be credited for achievements because computers will have done all the computation, planning and presentation. The value of a human life will decrease as the computer climbs the corporate ladder. If humans continue to do what we do best, look out for ourselves. We’ll realize that artificial intelligence should be made to supplement humans, not to replace them.
The availability and preference of what is involved in the change is what is called into question. Although we are moving toward a computer-centered society, I do not believe this change can occur for everyone. There are several factors to consider other than simply the presence of technology. Reflecting on the history of print culture, Birkerts writes that “the dominant oral culture was overtaken by the writing technology” and the art of physically writing was “effected in the late fifteenth century after Gutenberg invented moveable type” (63). Naturally, people were wary of accepting such changes because they preferred the old, familiar way of doing things.
It could have been the computer programmer's fault, but Goodman asks, "How much responsibility can you place on a machine? "3 Many problems also occur when computers are used in education. Should computers replace actual teachers in the classroom? In some schools, computers and computer manuals have already started to replace teachers. I would consider this an unethical use of computers because computers do not have the ability to think and interact on an interpersonal basis.
should be taught by hand first, and then when these concepts are used to solve higherlevel math problems, a calculator may be used to speed the process along. If we, as a society, become too dependent on technological devices to solve math problems, we will be in trouble when computers crash or electricity. The basic mathematical concepts are so important for many life activities (paying bills, balancing check books, time management, etc.) and they should be learned without ... ... middle of paper ... .... Each student has a different path in life. Some will continue their education with college and others will go straight to work, but either way they will need to be familiar with technology programs.
Although these areas are already affected, they will be even more as we move into the future. To begin this discussion I will show you the effects on the work place and humans. As for humans in the work place, work will become easier. So this means less stress for humans because the computers will be doing all the work. This in turn means that humans will be doing less and less because the computers will be slowly taking over.
Computers have played a big factor in education and they can be very good for education by making it more beneficial, more efficient and motivating even though they can be costly and can cause problems especially if stolen or broken. However, people back then never thought that the computer would evolve so quickly and computers will continue to evolve and new technology will keep coming out, improving education even more.