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Television sets, devices of DVD and radio, computers and access to the Internet have been disponibilizados with increasing speed in the public schools of all the country, many times taking care of to the interests of the industry of informtica.' '. In a country where it lacks basic infrastructure in the schools, would be utopian to have resources for the job of the NITC? s. The majority of the Brazilian public schools lacks of basic resources, and this without counting me remuneration of our professors of the basic education, would be until nonsense, a country that does not have resources to remunerate its professors to possess schools completely equipped with computers of last generation. Another frustration would be that the Insertion of the NTIC? s as educative tool in the Society implies to create a system where the changes occur the almost impossible speeds of if following, intervening with the social, professional and economic relations. Gain insight and clarity with MongoDB. According to Lvy (1999, pg.157) ' ' For the first time in the history of the humanity, the majority of the abilities acquired for a person in the start of its professional passage will be obsolete in the end of its career. The second constatao, strong on to the first one, concerns to the new nature of the work, in which the part of transaction of knowledge does not stop to grow. To work is equivalent each time more to learn, to transmit to know and to produce conhecimentos.' '. Another frustration comes from part of the teaching community that believes in the possibility of the computer to substitute them in the classrooms. But one is about a vision maken a mistake, therefore according to Lvy (1999, pg. 171) ' ' From then on, the main function of the professor cannot more being a diffusion of the knowledge, that now is made of more efficient form for other ways.

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