Technology Integration in Education: The Dilemma of Shifting Paradigms
Literature-based pros and cons of integration of technology in education and categorical assessment of perspectives of both educator and learner.
||Educational Technology Integration, Computers in Education, Online Learning, Computer Assisted Discussion
International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 6, pp.1-8.
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Dr Hoyer holds a bachelors degree in the areas of biology, psychology, and bible. He holds a Masters degree in Communications and a second Masters in Biology. His Ph.D. is in the area of Health Communication. He currently serves as an Assistant Professor of Communications at the University of Tennessee at Martin where he is the director of the Public Relations Sequence. He has over 23 years in the field of education having taught upper elementary, junior high and high school students for seven years and having taught at the university level for six years. He also served ten years as a curriculum editor developing adult and youth curricula. His additional corporate experience includes work with Lockheed Martin Corporation and Bechtel Corporation in the areas of public relations and technical writing.
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