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    3. After watching this video, consider a project in which a similar task could be accomplished in Argentina. Start a new wiki page on the wiki to explain and introduce your point. Be creative!
    Consider the following hints:
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    the site.
    You should give the wiki page a brief and clear name. Also include:
    - Name of the project
    - Objective
    -Target population
    - Benefits
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    - Stages / implementation
    You may include text, tables, images, videos, animations, links and more.
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    you include.
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Monday, May 24

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    1. WhatWhat is Technology?
    Technology is the process by which humans modify nature to meet their needs and wants. Most people, however, think of technology in terms of its artifacts: computers and software, aircraft, pesticides, water-treatment plants, birth-control pills, and microwave ovens, to name a few. But technology is more than these tangible products.
    Technology includes all of the infrastructure necessary for the design, manufacture, operation, and repair of technological artifacts, from corporate headquarters and engineering schools to manufacturing plants and maintenance facilities. The knowledge and processes used to create and to operate technological artifacts -- engineering know-how, manufacturing expertise, and various technical skills -- are equally important part of technology.
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    What1. What is Technology?
    Technology is the process by which humans modify nature to meet their needs and wants. Most people, however, think of technology in terms of its artifacts: computers and software, aircraft, pesticides, water-treatment plants, birth-control pills, and microwave ovens, to name a few. But technology is more than these tangible products.
    Technology includes all of the infrastructure necessary for the design, manufacture, operation, and repair of technological artifacts, from corporate headquarters and engineering schools to manufacturing plants and maintenance facilities. The knowledge and processes used to create and to operate technological artifacts -- engineering know-how, manufacturing expertise, and various technical skills -- are equally important part of technology.
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Thursday, December 11

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    Example 2 (by.......):
    2. In the following video, a teacher and his students helped to bridge the digital divide in Taiwan.
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    3. After watching this video, consider a project in which a similar task could be accomplished in Argentina. Start a new wiki page on the wiki to explain and introduce your point. Be creative!
    Consider the following hints:
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Friday, November 21

  1. page home edited Visit Classroom 2.0Introduction Introduction to Technology This is a new project on technology…
    Visit Classroom 2.0IntroductionIntroduction to Technology
    This is a new project on technology, supported on a wiki, aimed at upper-intermediate to advanced sttudents of English as a second language since English is considered a tool to approach some technology-related concepts and situations.
    In case you have never heard about or browsed a wiki, here goes a short definition I gave my students: "A wiki is a collection of web pages designed to enable anyone who accesses it to contribute or modify content, using a simplified language. Wikis are often used to create collaborative websites and to power community websites. For example, the collaborative encyclopedia Wikipediais one of the best known wikis.” To learn more about wikis click here.
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    Introduction
    Visit Classroom 2.0Introduction to Technology Visit Classroom 2.0
    This is a new project on technology, supported on a wiki, aimed at upper-intermediate to advanced sttudents of English as a second language since English is considered a tool to approach some technology-related concepts and situations.
    In case you have never heard about or browsed a wiki, here goes a short definition I gave my students: "A wiki is a collection of web pages designed to enable anyone who accesses it to contribute or modify content, using a simplified language. Wikis are often used to create collaborative websites and to power community websites. For example, the collaborative encyclopedia Wikipediais one of the best known wikis.” To learn more about wikis click here.
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    to Technology VisitVisit Classroom 2.0
    This is a new project on technology, supported on a wiki, aimed at upper-intermediate to advanced sttudents of English as a second language since English is considered a tool to approach some technology-related concepts and situations.
    In case you have never heard about or browsed a wiki, here goes a short definition I gave my students: "A wiki is a collection of web pages designed to enable anyone who accesses it to contribute or modify content, using a simplified language. Wikis are often used to create collaborative websites and to power community websites. For example, the collaborative encyclopedia Wikipediais one of the best known wikis.” To learn more about wikis click here.
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