The old or traditional methods of teaching make use of audio-visual aids or devices, chalk and black board for illustrations, magazines and books for references which are always provided by the teacher. The students are given specific projects to perform and assignments have definite objectives. Sometimes the old method is called spoon feeding with the teacher giving guidelines all throughout the lessons being taught. Now in the new era of modern technology, students are encouraged to develop their own ideas and ways on how to gather information needed for their subjects in school. Their creativity is developed and intellectual independence is nurtured when they are given the leeway to produce projects and reports using the software of the computer.