The use of ICT and Social Networks for Learning in Technical Courses at IFSC
Since 90s new tools have emerged providing many facilities for learning; despite after almost two decades yet many educators resist against their use, either for convenience, lack of skills with the tools or because they do not believe in their effectiveness. This study presents an experience in use of various collaborative tools and information technology as moodle, wordpress, facebook, emulators, management applications, games and real projects, theater and film, drawing on supported by information technology environments. The results obtained at IFSC appear promising not only in technical learning, but in the formation of citizens.
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