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Today, technology is developing very fast around the world. This technological development (hardware and software) affects our life. There is a relationship among technology, society, culture, organization, machines, technical operation, and technical phenomenon. Educators should know this relationship because technology begins to affect teaching and learning facilities. For this reason, educators are increasingly using technology in all aspects of their profession (e.g., creating curricula, classroom instruction, work assignments). This trend can be enhanced by educating the educator about cultural and cognitive aspects of technology and technikos, as well as the associated advantages and disadvantages related to educational and human development goals.
TOJET is also a technology which affects educators and education systems because it diffuses new development all around the world. It is always successful to diffuse new developments.
I am always honored to be the editor in chief of TOJET. I am always proud of TOJET for its valuable contributions to the field of educational technology.
TOJET is interested in academic articles on the issues of educational technology. The articles should talk about using educational technology in classroom, how educational technology impacts learning, and the perspectives of students, teachers, school administrators and communities on educational technology. These articles will help researchers to increase the quality of both theory and practice in the field of educational technology.
TOJET thanks the guest editors and the editorial board of this issue for their valuable contributions.
TOJET invites article contributions. Submitted articles should be about all aspects of educational technology and may address assessment, attitudes, beliefs, curriculum, equity, research, translating research into practice, learning theory, alternative conceptions, socio-cultural issues, special populations, and integration of subjects. The articles should also discuss the perspectives of students, teachers, school administrators and communities.
The articles should be original, unpublished, and not in consideration for publication elsewhere at the time of submission to TOJET.
October 01, 2022
Prof. Dr. Jerry WILLIS