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ERIC Number: ED496570
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2003
Pages: 32
Abstractor: Author
Reference Count: 21
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The Level of Teacher-Students about Using Educational Technology
Isman, Aytekin; Dabaj, Fahme
Online Submission, International Journal of Computational Intelligence v1 n1 2003
Educational Technology is contemporary issue that gives a light to educational context. As it is known that, technology is a way of acting by dealing with solving problems in educational aspects and evaluating the social, cultural changes at society. Because of this reason, educational technology refers a combination of the process and tools involved in addressing educational needs and problems. It provides to mastery learning to students in a wider context and creates an opportunity to establish learning environment for every individual in an efficient way by the support of educational technology's facilities. Media, instructional system, vocational training and computer are the perspectives of educational technology that are been a light to improve effective learning environment at teaching. Educational Technology is a process to analyze learning theories and learning to learn. Technology is a case for providing motivation, establishing meaningful learning by promoting creativity, self expression and own learning as an intrinsic motivation In addition to this, evaluating the abilities of students by merging technological facilities, provides opportunity to realize effectiveness and satisfaction of students. Therefore, it becomes supporter to fulfill the lacknesses of educational context with embracing teaching-learning process of students. Moreover technology is a way to solve educational problem, especially learning problems in education. It is vital to analyze the levels of teachers-student about using educational technology whose are the future teachers by having impact to educational quality.
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Evaluative
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Language: English
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