Before the advent of computers into the educational enviromnent; teachers have been primarily repeaters and instruments of information transferal. Experience with the traditional educational system shows, however, that their activities were the focus of attention, while students were the passive recipients. In the current educational settings, the use of computers in the classrooms for instructions are playing key roles in enhancing the student's capability to think creatively and, therefore, freeing teachers from restricted formats of drill in books, theory and formulas. In this way, teachers and students are becoming instead, co-discoverer of facts.
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