Technology is transforming teaching practices in modern learning institutions. Higher learning institutions use technology to conduct research and provide recommendations on best teaching practices. My philosophy entails introducing technology to children in early childhood institutions. It is through technology that children will survive in future economies. Innovation is an objective of this philosophy as it enhances quality production in any industry. In essence, technology would play a critical role in promoting innovative education among children in contemporary early childhood institutions.
Behaviorism is a popular theory on education which addresses the learning process which looks at behavioral patterns and response systems. This theory notes that the teaching and learning processes are developed in a stimulus-response mechanism among human beings. The learning process, for instance, entails responding to an external stimulus in the correct way. Responding appropriately is developed by the teaching process which ensures learners have adequate knowledge. Cognitivist describe the learning process as an alternative to behaviorism as it focuses on information storage and processing. Behaviorism entails training or teaching learners to respond to a given stimulus. Cognitivist argue that their learning theory enhances information processing among learners. This makes the learning process a dynamic endeavor which helps a student develop their own strategies of responding to stimulus. These theories have the capacity to integrate technology for innovative education.
Child development programs should be developed to facilitate the implementation of this philosophy. Technology contests are common in contemporary learning institutions. For instance, arranging for video game contests would elicit a positive response to an external learning stimulus. Such a program would be effective if the criteria for participating in the contest are based on academic performance. According to eight stages of development by Erickson, learners exhibit high academic performance with the right motivation. Technology being a common source of motivation to modern children, it would be appropriate for child development programs to consider technology for innovative education. It is through technology that educators will develop adequate knowledge of responding to modern stimulus. Problem-solving is a key ingredient of economic success as it enhances innovativeness and creativity in a country. Technology will play a critical role in educating children on how to respond to online stimulus in a learning process.
Technology development is transforming almost every sector of modern economies. Businesses use information systems to process, store and retrieve data. This enables firms to make relevant decisions that lead to profitability. Modern economies are using technology to respond to market stimuli and counter competition. Technology has the capacity to improve learning processes among children. For instance, cognitive skills are best developed when children are engaged in learning processes that are consistent and relevant. Scholars of education note that consistent in a learning process develops a certain response mechanism to stimuli. Traditionally, children were trained on how to respond to various stimuli. It is now becoming difficult for descendants of such learning frameworks as they have inadequate skills to respond to survival stimuli. Modern children learn best by developing their cognitive skills creatively and innovatively. This is impactful as it allows children to survive during tough economic times later on in their lives. Technology can facilitate innovative learning processes for modern children.
Technology for innovative education is a philosophy that will aid in reducing unemployment crises across the globe. Modern children should be taught how to make decisions that suit the best interests of a situation. It entails developing the right response mechanism among children for them to develop problem-solving skills. Cognitive development among children can capitalize on technology inventions that enhance learning processes.