INSTRUCTIONAL GUIDELINES TO ENHANCE THE USE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY WITH MORALITY AND ETHICS FOR ELEMENTARY STUDENTS

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Pornpimon Rodkroh

Abstract

Information and communication technology is one of the important factors for human life including transportation, communication, economy, and education. The technological progress had influence children in many ages to access technology easily and rapidly which may cause negative effects and problems. Especially students in elementary level, they are curious, and enjoy learning by doing. However, they still lack experience and critical thinking skills. This is one of the main reasons why morality and ethics should be cultivated at these ages. Morality and ethics will help control the use of information and communication technology in an appropriate way, including discipline, responsibility, honesty, endurance and kindness. The article aims to present instructional guidelines to enhance the use of information and communication technology in harmony with 5 areas morality and ethics for elementary students. The instructional guidelines are presented step by step for teachers and educators can apply in their classroom. This will enhance students to gain knowledge and understand the use of Information and communication technology with morality and ethics. In additional, students will be educated as a good model and a quality digital citizen.

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Pornpimon Rodkroh, Division of Elementary Education, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Faculty of Education, Silpakorn University

lecturer in Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Faculty of Education

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