How Is Digital Learning Going For Change Schools And Education?
Research Question: “How is digital learning going to change schools and education?”
Krikscey, Russell. “Secondary school instructors’ perspectives on the integration of information and communication technologies (ICT) with course content.” American Secondary Education, Summer 2012: Vol. 40, Issue 3. Academic Search Complete. EBSCO. Web. 28 Jul 2016.
Summary: Krikscey in the article conveys research statistics on the topic: “How do secondary school instructors perceive their effectiveness at delivering course content and teaching the use of computer technology with more-stable technology, increased availability of dedicated pedagogical applications, and the accessibility to efficient technological support?” (Russell, 2012). Several studies suggest that instructors feel more comfortable using technology in their classroom, and it is a great opportunity for instructors to improve their knowledge and make student’s learning solid. Assimilation of ICT involves increase of time and training for instructors, to educate themselves about the technology, and then use it as a learning tool.
Evaluation: I have chosen this topic and this particular article, because I support the idea of using technological advancements in the educational process. The article proves my view and it is supported by several research studies on the instructor perception of ICT incorporation. In conclusion, technological advancement is a part of rudimentary education and it is