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Technology
Humanism
Technology:
A Boon for Mankind
• With technology, there is
a lot that we can do
which we could not do
then.
• With cell ph...
• Your teaching and
learning can be more
novel, stimulating,
exciting engaging with
the use of multimedia
in the classroom...
• Technology advances show people a more
efficient way to do things.
• Medical discoveries occur at a much more
rapid rate...
Technology:
A Bane for Mankind
• The learner is made to accept
the Gospel truth information
they get from the Internet.
• ...
• Because of our cell phones we used most of
our time in the classroom or in our working
place texting.
• We over use and ...
• Automobiles have resulted to
faster transportation, but it
also resulted to many
accidents.
• Other changes in technolog...
• “Technology is made for man and not man for
technology.”
• “Technology is made for the teacher and not the
teacher for t...
Is technology bound
to create then later
destroy?
Is technology a
blessing or a
curse?
Is technology a form of
exploitatio...
What is Humanism?
a philosophical and ethical stance that
emphasizes the value and agency of
human beings, individually an...
HUMANISM
A group meets on a
regular basis to discuss
common reading
assignments
A college lecture with
little or no interaction
bet...
Promoting Humanism inside
the Classroom
Teacher-Student
Interaction
Active
Participation
Consultation
USEFUL
EFFECTS
HARMFUL
EFFECTS
TECHNOLO
GY
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Technology and Humanism

  1. 1. Technology Humanism
  2. 2. Technology: A Boon for Mankind • With technology, there is a lot that we can do which we could not do then. • With cell phones, web cams you will be closer to someone miles and miles a way. • Many human lives saved because of speedy notifications via cell phones.
  3. 3. • Your teaching and learning can be more novel, stimulating, exciting engaging with the use of multimedia in the classroom. • The classrooms of today have never been so exciting and wonderful like before with the various instructional media at the reach of teachers.
  4. 4. • Technology advances show people a more efficient way to do things. • Medical discoveries occur at a much more rapid rate and allow for more intense educational research into medical matters.
  5. 5. Technology: A Bane for Mankind • The learner is made to accept the Gospel truth information they get from the Internet. • The TV makes the learner a mere spectator not an active participant in drama life. • The learners get glued to the computer-assisted instruction unmindful of the world as so fails to develop the ability to refuse to others.
  6. 6. • Because of our cell phones we used most of our time in the classroom or in our working place texting. • We over use and abuse TV as film viewing as a strategy to kill time.
  7. 7. • Automobiles have resulted to faster transportation, but it also resulted to many accidents. • Other changes in technology have produced hazards to the environment. • Televisions programs show violence or falsity. • Internet has been a venue for organized crime like cybersex.
  8. 8. • “Technology is made for man and not man for technology.” • “Technology is made for the teacher and not the teacher for technology.”
  9. 9. Is technology bound to create then later destroy? Is technology a blessing or a curse? Is technology a form of exploitation of human beings? Is technology dehumanizing man?
  10. 10. What is Humanism? a philosophical and ethical stance that emphasizes the value and agency of human beings, individually and collectively concerns with the interests, needs, and welfare of humans system or mode of thought or action in which human interests, values, and dignity are taken to be of primary importance, as in moral judgments
  11. 11. HUMANISM
  12. 12. A group meets on a regular basis to discuss common reading assignments A college lecture with little or no interaction between the professor and the students A course consisting of complete modules but students have periodic interactions with the professor A course consisting of modules each composed of objectives, materials, and self-evaluation format High Low Low High TECHNOLOGY HUMANISM Relationship of Technology and Humanism
  13. 13. Promoting Humanism inside the Classroom Teacher-Student Interaction Active Participation Consultation
  14. 14. USEFUL EFFECTS HARMFUL EFFECTS TECHNOLO GY

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