Technology and the Arts Education

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Essay #: 061073
Total text length is 11,174 characters (approximately 7.7 pages).

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Technology and the Arts Education
Technology is, and has always been, a major source of change in educational practice. It not only alters how teachers teach, but also, how students learn. In order to stay relevant, educational practice must keep pace with technology. But these terms – educational practice and technology – are too vague to be useful. The terms must, instead, be further refined. The reason being, educational practice, as applied to the Arts is different than science; similarly, the relationship between technology and the Arts is not the same as mathematics. Therefore, this investigation will focus on technology and the Arts: and more specifically, how technology contributes to the Arts related development of youth. This...
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