It consisted of individual notes that would remind of specific things when it comes to writing the notes up. Hence, I took some straight observational notes recording all I saw relevant to my research questions. My ultimate aim was to get a sense of the dilemma of incorporating technology in teaching and training and drawing recommendations. Meaningfully, technology itself can process moral and ethical qualities, but the issues I considered are on how the application of technology in education creates ethical conflicts. The design decision affordance and social norms are part of the engineering (Shilton, Koepfler and Fleischmann 259).
Social aspects of a design process, therefore, involve ethical issue. Online-Based learning and virtual schools is a result of incorporating technology in education. More people are benefiting since classes are more flexible and affordable. Therefore, there is no all evil in technology. Regardless of a student’s socioeconomic status, the number of scholars carrying their own mobile devices is growing exponentially every year. It, therefore, means the platform communication will be available for almost every student in the future (Shilton, Koepfler and Fleischmann 260).
As I noted in the field, the above argument falls in the fact that advancement in technology has increased the use of energy in most cases, example on oil reserves. Therefore, it has led to global warming and exposure of radioactive waste on people and the environment. Therefore, responsible technologies aim to reduce energy requirements of equipment and generation of environmentally friendly energy. The incorporation of technological aspects of learning creates a generation that is receptive to technology, and these create a risk of the irresponsible implementation of the technologies in the future. Technologically oriented education will therefore, create efficiency-oriented work that will consider social and ethical