The Importance Of Artificial Intelligence

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We are not live in 19th or 20th century anymore. It is the 21st century now; things have changed, such as people, tools, policies, especially the learning environment. Learning areas are not limited to the classroom; it could happen at anywhere, such as the library, home, garden, etc. Therefore, because it is the 21st century, we also need to learn 21st-century skills. Pellegrino and Hilton (2012) mentioned that "21st-century skills include cognitive abilities (nonroutine problem solving, system thinking, and critical thinking), interpersonal skills (range from active listening, to presentation skills, to conflict resolution), and interpersonal skills (broadly clustered under adaptability and self-management/self-development personal…show more content…
"Digital technologies are electronic tools, systems, devices and resources that generate, store or process data. These include social media, online games and applications, multimedia, productivity applications, cloud computing, interoperable systems and mobile devices" (Victoria State Government, n.d.). Thus, many people think digital technology and education has connected with each other. They believe that the school is making students learning and spreading the knowledge of society, and digital technology is "providing skills for students to be better understand the theory idea, information, and intelligent behavior" (Woolf, Lane, Chaudhri and Lolodner, 2013). Digital technology also could help the teacher to develop the personalized educational programs for individuals or groups of students, and even help students use a range of learning styles and methods. Thus, in this essay, I will discuss the problems and the role of digital technology in education, the and explain some ideas could help the school in the future through digital technology.

Nowadays, more and more people depend on digital products. Digital technologies are everywhere, and even bringing many exciting opportunities for the society, especially for schools (Ministry of Education, 2017). Therefore, not only adults using or play smartphone or tablets at school or outside the classroom but also many younger people since from their early age
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