Differences Between Technology And Technology

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Technology in general has advanced significantly in the last few decades, as does the need to be able to communicate and implement technology in everyday life. With that reality comes the need to learn technology across various media both at the personal and professional level. There are many ways a person learns, and research continues to find ways to improve the learning experience. One recent development sheds light on how we approach learning as individuals and indicates that our attitude towards our own abilities and learning, affects learning outcomes. A person who believes they cannot learn something is more likely to have difficulty or not learn at all. Conversely, an individual who possesses the attitude that they can learn or improve with practice and or instruction, will do so. Additionally, gender stereotypes towards differences in abilities, may influence early academic experiences and how women and men are taught and learn technology. This influence, can negatively affect the beliefs women have about their technological abilities and could account for the existing gender divide in technology related careers. This study will look at how gender stereotypes contribute to attitudes that negatively affect learning, enforce barriers and gender inequities that exist in relation to learning and using technology. In the following paragraphs I will review literature related to attitudes or mindsets that impact learning outcomes, digital literacy in relation to
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