Technology IntegrationTechnology integration is defined as the use of technology to enhance and support the educational environment. This twofold presentation takes into consideration the development of technology as the outcome of a process originating within and guided by the practice of engineering, by standards on which only limited societal control is exercised, as well as the consequences for society of the implementation of the technology so created, which result from processes upon which only limited control can be exercised.
There are examples of information technology such as Telephone and radio equipment and switches used for voice communications, Traditional computer applications that include data storage and programs to input, process, and output the data and others.
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These include primates such as chimpanzees , 69 some dolphin communities, 70 and crows 71 72 Considering a more generic perspective of technology as ethology of active environmental conditioning and control, we can also refer to animal examples such as beavers and their dams, or bees and their honeycombs.
Aristotle referred to this tradition by repeating Democritus’ examples, but he did not maintain that technology can only imitate nature: generally art in some cases completes what nature cannot bring to a finish, and in others imitates nature” (Physics II.8, 199a15; see also Physics II.2, and see Schummer 2001 for discussion).