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TECHNOLOGY AND HUMANISM

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Aimie Comines

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Transcript of TECHNOLOGY AND HUMANISM

TECHNOLOGY AND HUMANISM
OBJECTIVES:
1. explain how technology could be a boon or bane; and
2. point ways on how to increase humanism while using technology

Technology came from the Greek word teknologia which means systematic treatment or craft. It is the term for all the methods people develop to satisfy their needs and wants.

It is concerned with ways to improve life.

The field of education is not an exception to the wonders of technology. Video cameras, compact discs, and computers, and even the chalk board are but some of the products of technology.
There is a threat that the same technology will destroy the quality of life in modern society and endanger society itself:

examples:
automobiles
job inhighly technological industries
internet
cellphones
televisions

The ordinary classroom is a potential place where technology and the issue of humanism could cross.

In a classroom, humanism can be introduce through interaction between the teacher and the students, active participation of students, and regular meetings and consultations.
A group meets on a regular basis to discuss common reading assignments
A course consisting of complete modules but students have periodic interactions with the professor
A college lecture with little or no interaction between the professor and the students
A course consisting of modules each compose of objectives, materials and self-evaluation format.
TECHNOLOGY
HIGH
LOW
LOW
HUMANISM
HIGH
TECHNOLOGY AND HUMANISM IN SCHOOL
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