It is necessary to see as this process happens to learn front to the computer and the Internet, therefore is important that he has stimulatons. With the technological advances (Computer science) he had some positive points, such as: special education, computerized prteses and the easiness that brought in the writing and communication. For Gimenes (2001), we live in a technological revolution, we are in the Age of Computer science. The computers are each time more gifts and arrive at the schools as important support for the system educational, it comes modernizing and facilitating the concretion of the production of the works. It says despite the evolution of the education is necessary, which cannot be estagnar, having to work new paradigms that provoke so intense changes in the society. Tijiboy (2001), presents differences between the paradigms in relation to the technology: In an old paradigm (Industrial Age): the knowledge was only for the transmission of the professor for the pupil; the students were passive and received orders from the professors who had only the objective to classify them and to select them; in a competitive, individualistic and limited learning, where any one could teach. New paradigm (digital Age of the Information): the construction of the knowledge is collective between students and professors, therefore the pupils are active, construction, transforming finders and of knowledge; the paper of the professor is to develop the talentos of the pupils, therefore they live in a context of cooperative learning and with a infinity of information where to teach he is complex and it requires a considerable formation.
When analyzing these paradigms, we perceive a great change that has inside of the pertaining to school institution how much to the use of the technologies. Before pupils passive formed themselves, capable to only reproduce what the professor transmitted. With the new paradigm, a new profile, the school is formed having that to change its way to think to take care of the necessities of its pupils.