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Technology in Schools
Technology, including information technology, makes it possible for students to interact more and more easily with a wide range of visual, aural, and print media. Appropriate integration of IT allows students to extend their capabilities and reach; to reflect on their perceptions of time and place; and to interact with each other and the world beyond the school in new ways which sustain and improve learning.
Why use Information Technology?
When used properly, IT
facilitates students' communication, problem solving, decision making, and expression
helps students to manipulate information so as to discover patterns and relationships and construct meaning
helps students formulate, inpursuit of knowledge, both conclusions and complex questions to further research
permits students and teachers more immediately to access and share current learning content and information
provides students with special needs fuller access to their learning environment
allows Nova Scotians to develop and maintain competitive advantages in the global information economy