Such participatory learning projects thus not only provide real life experience of Internet research, production, or discussion, but help prepare students for later life activities, ranging from preparation for jobs of various kinds to giving them the social and communicative skills necessary to be a good citizen and active in politics and social life. As we evolve into the future, Internet and other multimedia technologies will even be more pervasive, thus preparing students to become active subjects and participants in computer culture. Teachers face the challenge of transforming their classroom to make learning more relevant for the contemporary era and preparing students to actively engage and participate in the learning process and the society of tomorrow.
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