The intelligent tutoring system is designed to aid teachers in multidisciplinary constructions of teaching materials. Do One-to-One Initiatives Bridge the Way to 21st Century Knowledge and Skills? The constructivist approach, Technology is an integral element in the world today. fective depending on the ways they are used. Next to the impact of computer experience, general computer attitudes and gender, the results show a positive effect of constructivist beliefs on the classroom use of computers. In this paper, we try to give an overview of the importance and use of educational technology in the classroom. The International Journal of Indian Psychology, approaches, research arena and in using knowledge, information. the behavior of all participants, in the educational process. With the help of various applications for, distance education, the Internet, teachers, and students, themselves, they see the advantage of educational, teachers themselves are ready for the use of technology, this paper, we try to give an overview of the importance. Teachers can use audio, video and graphics aids through computer to prepare lesson plans. Virtual learning is a kind of learning that is mainly web-based e-learning platform. There is a minor group of the future teachers who do not know websites and software to support learning and teaching (about 10%). This article presents findings from an investigation of the overall effec-tiveness of Michigan's Freedom to Learn (FTL) One-to-One initiative. Today, more than ever, the role of educational technology in teaching is of great importance because of the use of information and communication technologies. 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The present study centres on teachers’ educational beliefs (constructivist beliefs, traditional beliefs) as antecedent of computer use, while controlling for the impact of technology-related variables (computer experience, general computer attitudes) and demographical variables (sex, age). The term “teach-, ing resources” is commonly used, although, the willingness, skills, knowledge of the way, rule, skill, tools and “logos” which means sci-, ence, word, learning, mental state. Results showed significant treatment effects for vicarious experiences and goal setting on participants’ judgments of self-efficacy for technology integration. The question is whether schools and teachers themselves are ready for the use of technology in education and whether they are aware of its benefits? Τα συμπεράσματα που προκύπτουν από τη συγκεκριμένη, μικρού βεληνεκούς, έρευνα κρίνεται δύσκολο να γενικευθούν, καθώς αφορούν περιορισμένο αριθμό υποκειμένων που δέχτηκαν να συμμετάσχουν σε αυτήν και να απαντήσουν σε πολύ συγκεκριμένο ερώτημα. This study used a mixed-methods descriptive and quasi-experimental design. Technology means systematic, organized application of scientific or others organized knowledge to practical work. The new genera-, tion of kids come ready to work with these new, technologies, which play an important role in, children’s learning and acquiring various cog-, nitive knowledge so that educational technol-, ogy must be incorporated into future curricu-, la. The present article supports the hypothesis that teacher beliefs are significant determinants in explaining why teachers adopt computers in the classroom. The research supporting that statement was, and remains, convincing, but social and political movements follow their own cyclic course. Utilizing teachers’ voices in the implementation process of a 1:1 program was vital, as teachers are leading educational stakeholders integrating the devices into classroom instructions. The present study deals with Iraqi college teachers' attitudes towards using virtual learning as a medium of instruction in EFL teaching context. objective was to investigate the conditions related to ICT-supported learning and The technique used was the diagnostic survey. However, they rarely carry out the individual form of learning. In fact, with the onset of computers in education, it has become easier for teachers to impart knowledge and for students to acquire it. But it cannot be an, RIED Revista Iberoamericana de Educación a Distancia. A qualitative analysis has shown that the majority of respondents had positive views of the use of innovations in their schools. Data were collected through Perceptions of Computer Self-efficacy Scale and Attitudes Towards Web-based Instruction Scale. They can use Microsoft Power Point to prepare electronic presentations about their lectures. Modern school needs modern ICT-based solutions, ... Educational technologies play a vital role in a student's learning and cognitive knowledge. The use of Microsoft Power Point to prepare and deliver electronic No se encontraron problemas significativos en la ejecución de los experimentos ni con los alumnos de enseñanza secundaria ni con los de primer año de carrera, y el grado de satisfacción entre el alumnado fue alto. In these few years, they are taught the basics, that is, theory lessons about what computers are its parts, their individual uses, and purposes. In this study, the suitability of these devices for demonstrating Classical Mechanics, minimizing the use of resources and class time, has been assessed in two real classrooms (with 16 to 19 year-old students) by conducting experiments related to projectile motion (vertical free fall and parabolic motion). Only one instrument was used in data collection namely focus group interview protocol. First of all, teachers have, a basic knowledge of the use of educational. The, progress smoothly without unpleasant feeling, of their ignorance, no frustration, and humili-, ation while for the most advanced children, and the effect of their use compared to older, traditional learning. Additionally, the text presents the level of their self-evaluation regarding the use of new ICT-based devices. A student starts their experience with computers mostly during their primary years of education. However, we believe it's presentation of half-truths and misleading interpreta-tions of theory and research under the guise of academic respectability not only presents an unfortunate one-sided picture of the issues and related empirical research, but, more generally, plays the U.S. media game to the detriment of research, intellectual discourse, and, ultimately, children. nology in elementary and secondary schools: Generative learning: Principles and implica-, Leu, D. J., O’Byrne, W. I., Zawlinski, L., McVerry, & Everett-Cacopardo, H. (2009). Data analysis utilized the content analysis approach to understand the data through coding and recognizing themes. The project is implemented under Ordinance No 3 of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Bulgaria in the period 19.06.2017. main goal is to show the challenges of effective inclusion of ICT in teaching processes There is no, ferent countries use different terms and syn-, cur on the grounds of the approach to the tech-, nical characteristics and the use of modern, appliances, and not their actual application in, teaching i.e.