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Media Information Technoculture Club

Grades 4 – 6


In the field of technology, one’s abilities and skills can be developed through one’s sense of awareness, creativeness, and resourcefulness. The Media, Information and Technoculture Club is an organization in the Ateneo de Zamboanga University Grade School which inspires a shared vision for the comprehensive integration of technology and foster an environment and culture conducive to the realization of the school’s vision.

This club is a support program for the curriculum of Computer Education, Social Science/Sibika at Kultura, and Communication Arts in the Grade School. Through the activities of this organization, students are trained to use technology tools to make a critical analysis of the school and the outside world practices, and cultural meanings associated with technologies of communication, information, knowledge, learning and entertainment.
Through the use of technology tools, each member of the club is given the freedom to express himself/herself and develop his/her God-given talents which will prepare him/her to serve the community and the outside world.


The Media, Information and Technoculture (MIT) Club aims to:
1. demonstrate a sound understanding of the nature and operation of the technology systems;
2. develop an understanding of the historical, theoretical, practical, social and cultural contexts of media, information and technology;
3. make the students become aware of information as a resource, understand the range of information sources available in an area of interest, and be able to find, retrieve and critically evaluate information and information resources;
4. make the members of the club more aware on how the media of information, communication, news and entertainment are related to culture, ideology, and identity formation;
5. explore cultural responses to technology, the forms they may take and the way relations between humans and technology create different kinds of cultures or “technocultures”;
6. develop among members the use of technology tools to enhance learning, increase productivity, and promote creativity;
7. develop a proficiency in the use of technology tools;
8. develop among members the positive attitudes toward technology uses that support lifelong learning and personal pursuits;
9. support the school’s academic program by providing students with opportunities for the discovery and development of their God-given talents and skills; and
10. develop in the students the value of service for others.


1. Recruitment of Members
2. Orientation/Organization
3. Familiarization to Media and Technology Centers in the Campus
4. Orientation on the “Use of the Different Technology Tools”
5. Review and Advance Lesson and Hands-on Exercises
6. Web Page Design/Construction
7. Outreach/Tutorial Service


Every Friday … 1:40 – 2:40 p.m.

Rosemary Ruste/ Josephine F Arreza