So we can say that the new curricular approaches of the LOGSE require new attitudes and skills of teachers, the generalization of new technologies in social life and in school make specific training necessary and facilitate their use in class. Hear from experts in the field like Technology Investor for a more varied view. Incorporation into the teaching of new media will not only influence the curriculum and their components and the role of teachers, they also have to change the attitude of the student, passing from passive receiver element to observer, search engine and active researcher. When establishing utilization strategies we must do new technologies to provide students a more significant learning that foster cooperative work, that the free expression of students, that there is a free and varied communication among the members of the class, the student to become an active agent and participate in the teaching-learning process occursto encourage methods of finding information, which the student competence in analyzing information about the possibilities of new technologies that will say that one of the great possibilities of new technologies is the increase of information that can be put at the disposal of students and teachers. Through them you can access databases of different types of content and structure, ranging from which they might consider as documentary sources of information, to the exemplification and exercise of the content that students have to interact. Now, such an increase is not only quantitative, but also qualitative, since the information we receive is not just textual, visual and auditory. The significance of these channels of communication, is not only that we can have access to a large volume of information, some of it difficult to obtain by other procedures, but the possibility to adapt it to the needs and characteristics of users. It is important to note that these new channels that favor that access to information is more egalitarian, since they facilitate breaking the barriers that lead to the isolation of certain centres and individuals, either by its geographical condition or limited media that can be accessed. . .