CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Introduction The upsurge in Information Communication Technology (ICT) in the present world has affected teaching and learning in most educational schools in the country. The educational industry like other service industries has its own share of ICT influence. This study assesses the impact of Information Communication Technology (ICT) on the teaching and learning of pre-technical skills in basic schools in Adenta Municipal. This chapter thus presents the introduction, discussing the background of the study, stating the aims of the study, the problem statement and the relevance of the study among others. Background of the Study Today, the world is very dynamic and various levels of educational institutions are
Understanding existing knowledge and creating new knowledge are two essential and central aspects of higher education design and implementation model to solve problems in various fields of the society. Both these aspects must be taken as objectives while planning and designing curriculum in higher education system. By giving equal importance to the student’s knowledge enhancement and student’s involvement in new knowledge creation, higher education can reach its goal. Student centric curriculum design and implementation should focus on imparting the information in respective subjects effectively to enhance the knowledge of the students and utilizing these knowledge to progress further by creating new knowledge through research. Thus the two essential ingredients of student centric curriculum design and implementation are again innovation in knowledge imparting methodologies and involvement of students in research.
For better decision making, the data collected from large repositories of different applications require proper method of extracting knowledge. There are increasing research interests in using data mining in education. This new emerging field, called Educational Data Mining, concerns with developing methods that discover knowledge from data originating from educational environments . The Educational Data Mining (EDM) aims at the discovery of useful information from large collections of data . Educational Data Mining uses many techniques such as Decision Trees, Neural Networks, Naïve Bayes, K- Nearest neighbor, and many others for classification, prediction, association rule generation, discover and extract patterns of stored data .
"Thus, the teachers use modern information technology, information technology plays an auxiliary unique features of teaching, to improve classroom teaching is an important idea of the current school reform. To be able to reasonable and effective use of information technology in teaching, we first need to fully understand the role of IT in the classroom
• Explain the use of ICT while applying constructivism in education. 23.1 INTRODUCTION Constructivism: Constructivism is a philosophy about learning that proposes learners need to build their own understanding of new ideas.” Where does the theory come from? Two
“Achieving education’s goals in our times is shaped by the increasingly powerful technologies we have for communicating, collaborating, and learning” (Trilling and Fadel 2009, p.16). Taking our students along this pedagogical paradigm shift, practitioners need to use the technologies available today to educate children and help them become critical thinkers and problem solvers so that they acquire skills to be successful in the 21st century. 21st century skills are now recognised as necessary because of increasing demand for a broader skills set due to increasing global competition, and the search for new ways to increase productivity. From the perspective as a class teacher, Initially I will examine what an international school is and the reasons for the increase in international schooling. Secondly, I will analyse 21st century learning outcomes, with a particular focus on their influence on international education.
Part B 7. Issues and concerns in Teacher Education between developing and developed country. (Choose ant ONE (1) country from each category) Abstract Teacher education programs among countries are often examined and are analyzed for further enhancement of their effectiveness. In this 21st century, teachers are not only expected as imparters of knowledge, teachers are also to hold the responsibility of shaping a better citizenry. This paper aims to compare and contrast the teacher education in Singapore and Malaysia in order to trace the differences and similarities in the responses of these two developed and developing countries.
ABSTRACT Information and Communication Technology in Higher Education makes teaching-learning process more effective, interesting and interactive. To know the impact of ICT in higher education we need to know the two basic things ICT and Education. This research article entitled ‘ICT and Higher Education’ aims at elaborating the basic concepts of E-learning from the point of teaching-learning process in higher education. The researcher has also pointed out the stages in ICT teaching-learning process & pinpointed the challenges in integrating ICT in higher education. Key Words : E-learning, ICT,ICT-Skills, etc.
In this 21st century, Malaysia is facing issues and challenges from the impact of globalization, liberalization and the development of information and communication technology (ICT). One of the challenges that is facing by Malaysia is to develop a system of knowledge-based economy that requires the needs of skilled manpower in order to compete with other countries. The rapid development and technology today demand the Malaysians to be ready in facing these changes. It is necessary to plan in ongoing basis about the opportunities to increase the knowledge and skills. This system requires a strong support from the education sector to produce Malaysian citizen who are knowledgeable in various fields.
Role of ICT (Information Communication Technology) in School Administration Introduction In educational administration, the value of IT has become quickly developed because of its ability and competency. ICT major ambition was to add the ability of school office actions according to the introductory levels of its evolution. It was beneficial to stock student and group information. In past, the main function of ICT was upon data transfer or investigation but now a day it concentrates on data entry as well as examination. ICT performs a meaningful act in increasing the condition of education.