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  2. 2. LAPTOP VS THE REST IS IT STILL THE BEST? The Gadget Magazine YOU CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT The Kit to Buy Before You Die
  3. 3. LAPTOP VS. THE REST Latest Intel Core Laptop Computer Intel Core 2 Duo the home of nothing but T7500 2.2GHz 4MB L2 the latest and newest 1GB DDR2 667 100GB products on the market SATA Multi-Format like Mobile Phones, DVD±RW DL Intel Laptops, Desktops, Wireless WiFi Link Printers, Peripherals, TV, 4965AGN Bluetooth v2.0 Audio, Video, Media 56K Modem Gigabit NIC Players, Shoes, CDs, 12.1" XGA Windows Vista Games, DVD Releases, Business Books, Music, Concerts, Cameras, Camcorders, About Latestchoice: Home Cinema, Projectors and the list keeps growing.
  4. 4. Computer Design by Vaio This work of art is monitor and the keyboard. developed by Eno Setiawan When the PC is off the of Yanko Design and named monitor becomes a glass Sony Vaio Zoom. It’s 100% screen and the keyboard a holographic, both the flat plate ceramic glass.
  5. 5. Windows to the World’ concept By Kelvin Ko, from the Fontys Funamizu. It is a screen that will IBMS Coolhunt: This concept Internet most likely be transparent. It will be search device is designed by Mac like having wikipedia whereever you
  6. 6. go but this is much cooler and way device will be able to show you more more advanced. The artist’s details about it--such as the name of impressions for this concept is to an insect, a car model, or food on the make a portable device that has a table--on the screen. We suppose at touchscreen panel, built-in this point of time it will use the camera,Wi-Fi connectivity, Google onboard Wi-Fi to grab information Maps and Google Search capabilities. from the Web. The capabilities of this screen is that when you point it at an object, the Samsung Haptic Beam Phone
  7. 7. Samsung’s Haptic Beam is Beam can be used to display the first full touch mobile projector presentations during business phone. The device is a revolutionary meetings. The projected image can be concept as it moves the mobile phone enlarged to a good resolution size of from a personal to a group domain in 50 inches. The external sound providing multi media entertaiment capabilities are sufficient to share the such as live television, internet multi media experience with a surfing and stored movies for a long considerable group. length of time. In addition, the Haptic Hybrid Dual Portable Computer Mobile Intelligent resolution), a 2.4 inch Ubiquitous aka MIU has AMOLED internal display unveiled the third generation (320 x 240 resolution), ARM of its Hybrid Dual Portable processor for menial tasks, Computer (HDPC). The new Intel Atom processor, model offers a 4.1 inch TFT Windows CE operating display (800 x480
  8. 8. system and DMB navigation the absolute definition of capability. ‘portable computer’ these days. The latest product from MIU has been scheduled to be released in Korea for As you can see this gadget $500. However, there is no looks more like a mobile word on the release date at phone than a computer, this time, so in the mean though I would not want to time, here’s a quick video… argue with anyone regarding
  9. 9. Essence of Technology in Teacher Education In this age of rapid change and uncertainty, there is one thing of which we can be certain - teachers will need to adapt to change if they are to survive and keep pace with new methods and technologies. Arguably the area of most rapid change is that of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT). One of the questions being asked by many teachers is: What will be the long term impact of the introduction of these technologies into the classroom? Another question being raised is: What kind of skills will teachers need to acquire in order to be effective in an ICT based learning environment? This paper will address these two important questions by highlighting the experiences of teachers using ICT in the United Kingdom, and offering some further examples of established ICT teaching and learning applications in schools in the USA. A great deal of research and development has been conducted in order to bring Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to its current state of art. ICT was originally intended to serve as a means of improving efficiency in the educational process (Jones and Knezek, 1993). Furthermore, it has been shown that the use of ICT in education can help improve memory retention, increase motivation and generally deepen understanding (Dede, 1998). ICT can also be used to promote collaborative learning, including role playing, group problem solving activities and articulated projects (Forcheri and Molfino, 2000). Generally, ICT is promoting new approaches to working and learning, and new ways of interacting (Balacheff, 1993). Consequently, the introduction of ICT into UK and US schools has provoked a host of new questions about the evolving nature of pedagogy. Whether or not changes in pedagogy are contingent on trends and innovations, is a moot point. The question that should be asked, however, is: What will be the long term impact of ICT on the teaching and learning process? It is well documented that ICT changes the nature of motivation to learn (Forcheri and Molfino, 2000). Another important question is: What kind of skills will teachers need to acquire in order to be effective in an ICT based learning environment? Networked computing facilities create a distributed environment where learners can share work spaces, communicate with each other and their teachers in text form, and access a wide variety of resources from internal and external databases via web based systems through the Internet. In Broad Clyst Primary School in East Devon, pupils as young as 8 years old use networked software to communicate with each other and their teacher, whilst 10 year olds converse with 'pen pals' in other countries using e-mail. Using these shared systems, pupils develop transferable skills such as literary construction, keyboard techniques and written communication skills, whilst
  10. 10. simultaneously acquiring knowledge of other cultures, languages and traditions. Furthermore, children are able to make links between internal thinking and external social interaction via the keyboard, to improve their social and intellectual developments in the best constructivist tradition (Vygotsky, 1962). Children are quickly mastering the ability to communicate effectively using these new technologies because the experience has been made enjoyable in an unthreatening environment, and there are immedia
  11. 11. Republic of the Philippines LAGUNA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY Siniloan, Laguna
  12. 12. Batch No.: 1 Computer No.: 16 De Luna, Janessa J. BEEd/1st Year/Section 1 Submitted to: MR. FOR-IAN V. SANDOVAL Computer Instructor
  13. 13. October 9, 2009 THE MANAGER P.O. BOX 823 MCC Sta. Rosa , Laguna Dear Sir: With reference to your ad which appeared in the Manila Chronicle on September 9, I would like to apply as Sales representative in your company. I am Presently a college student at Laguna State Polytechnic College and I expect to graduate this March 2010. I am willing to undergo training For character references, may I refer you the following persons: Mr. Edgardo Coladilla Siniloan National High School High School Principal Siniloan, Laguna Mrs Jennifer Villamor SiniloanNational High School
  14. 14. Adviser Siniloan, Laguna Prof. Elsie M. Principe OSA Director LSPU Siniloan Siniloan, Laguna Subject: English 1 ject: I.C.T. Teacher : Mr. For-Ian Sandoval Year & Section: BSEd 1-B Adviser: Mrs. Franchescka Vallar
  15. 15. Student Name LONG No. GP SHORT QUIZZES QUIZ SURNAME FIRSTNAME M.I. Q1 Q2 Q3 15% LQ1 15%