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In a relatively short space of time, classrooms have become full of computers, gadgets and electronic devices. Technology will only continue to become more sophisticated, more efficient and more abundant in schools. But how desirable is this technological revolution and to what extent should it develop? To measure the effectiveness and popularity of ICT activities in the classroom, a questionnaire was designed to gauge opinions and attitudes of teachers and pupils.

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