Philosophy of Technology

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Philosophy of Technology

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My Philosophy of Technology

Social media in education can be an incredible tool for educators and learners. Proper use of these tools can enhance any classroom, however, they can also have their disadvantages. Highly effective educators who utilize social media should always have a reason for using these tools.

21st century learners, teach them...

The 21st century classroom

The 21st century educator must be innovative and adaptable. As an educator it is my responsibility to adapt to the 21st century learner and 21st century learning. What is 21st century learning and how does the educator fit into that? Watch this video by EFSmithsonian . Educators must find a way to connect to their learners and technology has become a crucial tool in effectively meeting a diverse group of student needs.

Technology has had a huge impact on society! It is a changing world and to adapt we must think and re-think! Technology is moving forward, and one thing is becoming clear, education must move forward with it. "Society has changed and will continue changing. And with the rate of technology's progression, it's almost undeniable that the need for current technologies within the classroom is only increasing" ( PBS Learning Media). "Places far away have come closer, thanks to technology. The pace of life has increased, thanks to technology. Communication is quick, travel is fast, movement is easy, action is quick, interaction has sped up and so has life. Things that once took hours to complete, can be done in seconds. The world is smaller and life is fast. Courtesy - technology" (Magar)


EEducators who use technology to adapt to the 21st century classroom are always thinking of ways to engage their classroom. “They don’t just care; they actively care, and they embrace technology, not because it makes their job easier, but because it allows them to make a greater impact” (


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