Review of Clifford Stoll's Article "Cyberschool" and Proposed Changes to Improve My College
Stoll implies that the evolution of technology is becoming more of a distraction rather than an aid in learning. He also states that with cubicles and the lack of social interaction between students during cyberschooling would promote the disappearance of current discipline problems. Unfortunately the downfall to having no social interaction does not benefit anyone because their societal skills will be inexistent. On the contrary, having a new and reliable way of teaching can enforce the student’s comprehension. All the buildings around the Camden County College campus should be updated with newer, more efficient technologies. For example, each room should include projectors that replace overhead projectors and each computer should have the newest version of computer software, Windows 7®. The most efficient part about the doing away with overhead projectors is that instructors can stop carrying and fussing with transparencies and instead, switch over to opening a document stored on a memory stick. With a more interesting class that is up to date and working as fast as the impatient minds of college students can increase classroom attendance.
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