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The fast changing trends in the education system is a reality. Among these changes focus on the educational system, especially we have to compete with other countries in terms of literacy rate. Because of this great impact of globalization in the educational system, the government decided to use computers in education to make life easier for the teachers as well as for the students. Let’s face the reality that these days everything happens in a “global way.” Technology made it happen.  Everywhere you go, you can see computers, laptops and other modern gadgets used by many people, even a 5-year old child know how to open and click their Facebook accounts.

Computer Education in the Philippines is fortunate in the richness of indigenous culture. We cannot prevent the rolling of time and fast growth of technology as part of our global advancement. Computers are part of the so called “globalization in the global world.” But the question is, “Are the government ready for this?” facing the reality that when it comes to support the quality education, the government lacks all the amenities for it. Sadly, though the government states that education is a priority, corruption is rampant among the officials that results in “nothing.”

A country’s progress depends on quality education. Take for example the island country Singapore. It has been awarded the most competitive country in Asia. What made Singapore success? Education!

Computer education knowledge is a must to every teacher. It helps them to impart what their pupils must learned using these modern technology. Teachers must also be challenged by these gadget for her to be more effective and efficient teacher in this modern times but we should not also forsake the values that can also be taught for every learner for this as also the key for their success in life and in dealing with the people around them inside and outside the four corners of their classroom.

By: Mrs. Florinda L. Bantog | Limay Elementary School

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