Social Media and the Internet in Technology Education
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Beginning in the 1980s with the introduction of computers and the Internet in the early 1990s, school systems took major steps to empower teachers with tools that increased their productivity and communications. With changing ideas about curriculum, expanded availability of computers, and higher speed Internet connectivity, schools are supporting student research and learning through real-time applications. The increasing use and evolution of educational technologies is having an impact on education systems. Technology used by teachers now include hardware and software collaborative tools, and social networking sites (ISTE 2008). Technology education student use of the Internet enhances both brainstorming and design steps of engineering design. The use of WebQuests, virtual reality applications, smartphones, and other applications provide technology teachers with flexible instructional options and encourage a collaborative learning environment for students. Social media applications are allowing for increased student collaboration via shared content development. Student communication and collaboration can expand beyond the traditional school boundaries to new global partners. Online applications such as Facebook, Edmodo, wikis, and blogging offer students an open source location to post, reexamine, edit, and communicate content to others globally in ways that are familiar to the millennial and Z generations. Research in technology education illustrates the numerous benefits to teachers who learn to adapt these new technologies. The increasing capabilities of these technologies is having an effect on technology teachers, classroom structures, instructional strategies, and students.Von Thomas Loveland im Buch Handbook of Technology Education (2017) im Text Social Media and the Internet in Technology Education
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