曼彻斯特代写Assignment:教育系统内部
ASSIGNMENT代写

曼彻斯特代写Assignment:教育系统内部

2017-05-29 03:26

技术变得如此之大,我们的教育系统内部以及我们的社会,让我想想,我们是否应该教孩子识字在使用代词,名词和形容词,或者我们应该向前,教孩子技术词汇,这是世界可能要结束了…被技术统治?这些年来,我的写作发生了巨大的变化。在学校里,写作是非常重要的-练习书法技巧,字母形成和联合手写。然而现在,压力不再是整洁的,连手写的,也不是拼写上的。在上一次的教学实践中,我逐渐意识到孩子们不再有指定的“手写”课程,也没有受到批评,因为他们没有写。这表明,即使它是遥远的,该技术正在影响我们的沟通方式。我不再给某人打电子邮件,我写电子邮件。对于那些懂技术这是不再被视为一个,写了一封信,不同的沟通方式。写作已经成为一个需要学习的技能,而不只是通过笔纸,但通过使用键盘,使用iPod的记事本,即使使用“平板”电脑,这是即将发布的。Trotter(2009)指出,通过读写识字教学是学校的核心任务,但现在的年轻人越来越“读”和“写”的三维计算机模拟通过社交网站如脸谱网。根据猪蹄越来越多的专家认为,学校应该把这些沟通形式自身素养的使命“技术素养”。惠勒(2009)调用这些社交网站“数字图腾”,认为学校应该承认他们的权力。
 曼彻斯特代写Assignment:教育系统内部
Technology has become so vast within our education system as well as our society that makes me think about whether we should be teaching children Literacy within the use of pronouns, nouns and adjectives or should we be moving ahead and teaching children technical vocabulary as this is where the world is possibly going to end up.... being ruled by technology? Writing for me has changed dramatically over the years. When in school, writing was of major importance- practising handwriting skills, letter formation and joined up handwriting. Now however, the stress is no longer on neat, joined up handwriting nor is it on spelling. When on my last teaching practice, I came to realise that children no longer have a designated "handwriting" lesson, nor do they get criticised for not writing with joined up handwriting. This shows, even if it is far off, that technology is influencing the way we communicate. I no longer type an email to someone, I write an email. For someone who is technologically literate this is no longer seen as a different form of communication from that of writing a letter.Writing has now become a skill that is needed to be taught, not just through pen to paper, but through using a keyboard, using an iPod with notepad and even using "slate" PC's, which are soon to be released.Trotter, (2009) states that teaching literacy through reading and writing is a core mission for schools, but today's young people increasingly "read" 3-D computer simulations and "write" via social networking sites such as Facebook. According to Trotter a growing number of experts believe that schools should add these forms of communication to their literacy mission as "technology literacy". Wheeler (2009) calls these social networking sites "digital totems" and believes that schools should acknowledge the power of them.