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ICT Education: Digital History Learners
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This article is to review and understand the new generation of students to understand their expectations and attitudes. There are a group of students on school projects, creative work, educational software and digital signal source, the use of social networking tools to communicate with friends and a part in the competition. Today's students have been described as the new millennium students. They use information and communication technology in a more creative and innovative at home than at school, because the information and communication technologies for different purposes, in the home, usually occur in school. They collaborate and communicate more effectively when they are at home. Most children enter school, they will bring about how to use information and communication technologies, some basic skills and some tips on how to use information and communication technology will provide a more advanced than most of the school's expectations. Many teachers can help students, however, still a lot of work, "tradition", without a computer, and did not see the "new social computing networks describe young people to learn and new ways of working life in the future", in the education system of the benefits of using a computer.
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[2] The study of the impact of technology in primary schools (STEPS) provides a detailed picture of national ICT strategies and their impact in primary schools in the 27 countries of the European Union, as well as in Liechtenstein, Iceland and Norway. Funded by the EU Lifelong Learning programmed, this study of ICT in Europe’s 209,000 primary schools was undertaken by European School net (EUN) and Empirica GmbH, with the support of national correspondents, researchers, policy makers, teachers and pupils in 30 countries. For more details, please see: http://www.eacea.ec.europa.eu/llp/studies/study_impact_technology_pri mary_school_en.php.
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[8] Ibid.
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