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Analysis of the Impact of New Media Era on Traditional Computer Education
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Section of Recruitment and Employment, Nanjing Institute of Industry Technology, Nanjing, CHINA
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Fei Lian   

Section of Recruitment and Employment, Nanjing Institute of Industry Technology, Nanjing, 210023, China, +86 13851695588
Online publish date: 2017-10-18
Publish date: 2017-10-18
 
EURASIA J. Math., Sci Tech. Ed 2017;13(10):6987–6993
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With the continuous popularization of Internet, the influence of new media permeates all fields and levels of society. The arrival of the new media era has brought great influence to the traditional computer education. On the one hand, it provides opportunities for computer teachers to improve their teaching ability and knowledge level, and on the other hand, they bring a certain impact. For computer teachers, how to seize the opportunities brought about by the new media era, and meet the challenges, has become a new topic. All computer teachers should attach great importance to the impact of the new media era, raise the level of computer teaching, and maintains a certain self-control, moral awareness and legal awareness, so that the new media can be used rationally. This paper firstly analyzes the existing traditional computer education under the new media era of the problem, and then elaborates on the positive impact and negative effects of the new media era on the traditional computer education. In addition, the regression model and the factors of negative impact of new media on traditional computer education are analyzed. Finally, it points out that: on the one hand, the computer teacher should speed up the learning of new technologies, explore new teaching methods, change teaching ideas, master the concept and basic knowledge of new media, the use of new media, and the understanding of new media environment, as well as the ethics and safety awareness of new media. On the other hand, new media literacy should be introduced into the computer class. Teachers and students should strengthen the new media literacy, and let students actively participate in activities, to maintain and improve the knowledge of computer. Only in this way can we improve the quality of computer teaching, make better use of new media for computer learning, and make the traditional computer education glowing with new vitality.
 
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