ICT based learning tools and its impact on students with visual Impairment Abstract In today’s world Information and Communication Technology is playing a vital role in the development of educational curriculum and also in teaching learning process. It supports the students to improve their knowledge and learning skills. It also finds its impact on special needs education. ICT based Assistive tools are widely used to support inclusive learning. In particular students with visual impairment can be benefited by various tools.
This study found that the majority of the teachers disagree that their lecturers used ICT integration in their pre-service programs. Although, nowadays the pre-service teachers may be more skilled in ICT than their lecturers, Willis and Raines (2001) assumed that any change movement such as the use or integration of new technologies must start with the teacher education programs, and it can be achieved when teacher education programs focus on technology as the central part of the education program. Also, Evans (2006) stated that in order to make pre-service teachers effectively learn ICT integration and be competent, university lecturers must facilitate the ICT adoption and model its integration within their classrooms. Richaeds (2003) and Steketee (2005) claim that it is a mistake to assume that teachers can develop their ICT integration skills outside their teacher education courses. This may be because in pre-service programs, lecturers and teachers exchange their personal knowledge and experience related to ICT integration and they create knowledge sharing environment.
So, for entire curriculum ICT has to be studied at three contexts of micro level (class room), meso level (school) and macro level (community).  Why Student do not use ICT As technology is becoming advance day by day, much number of students now depends upon ICT for their knowledge. Still there is a ratio which is not using ICT. Why? Number of factors are involved why student do not make use of ICT which are below.
To begin with, ICT stands for information and communication and consists of different tools, devices, electronic gadgets and resources that are used to create, communicate, store, disseminate and manage information (Steadman M, 1998). Studies have found out that the integration of ICT in school curriculum can be connected to progress the performance of efficiency and effectiveness at all level of class setting ( Ager R, 2000).
Abstract—The purpose of this paper is to investigate the paradigm role of ICT for education as the case of learners and educator's behavioral and educational psychology’s perspectives. I.e., ICT based education is an essential for new emerging information and then after knowledge societies, facilitating large-scale learning needs for social and economic development. The paper focused on ICT’s applications and roles in education and the ICT’s based learning process, competency, efficient use of a resource, developing innovative and novel ideas … that could change and advance the learning environment and teaching practices. Since, evolution of the information society entails dramatic changes in production and business activities, as well as in
The strategy should have established an effective governance framework, which can strengthen the management and implementation of the use of information and communication technologies to maximize the value of the process of accountability is essential. (https://unite.un.org/zh/content/战略项目) Planning, organizing, directing, controlling and coordinating quality certification of ICT projects. Be responsible for resource allocation, scheduling, priority and task coordination, meet project milestones, targets and delivered within the agreed time frame and budget of day to day operations. (http://www.flyabroadvisa.com/sol/135112.html)ICT refers to digitized information conversion, storage, processing, exchange and retrieval of computer equipment and related software, including technology, equipment, software and service elements and information and communication technology infrastructure and end-user devices.Integration of information and communications technology and consumer electronics devices indicate that the boundary between the two increasingly difficult to draw, because they more and more like computers and smart phones, as is used for two-way
Analysis Information Communication Technology (ICT) has tremendously helped in improving the health delivery system. It has become an inevitable part of the health sector. It has opened up new avenues in the health sector. Pros of ICT in the Health Sector • ICT has improved the information flow and made health information more accessible to the public. Today large amounts of user friendly data are available which can keep people well informed about diseases and their cure.
In addition there are significant costs attached to providing equitable access, training and support. However, the fact is that ICT is producing a major change in both the content and the processes of learning, such that we do not have the option of ignoring it. . ICT has a central role to play in this primarily because it is having such a profound effect on both the content and processes of learning: the move away from learning facts, the need for elearning skills and attitudes, the importance of student-centred learning and the opportunities for collaborative and interactive learning. Pre-service
2004; Tan 2004; Willcoxson 2003; Noor and salim, 2011). This indicates that ICT plays dominant role in knowledge management (Smith, 2001; Ismail and Yusof, 2010) and contributed to improve KSC among individuals. Only one IT solution can’t resolve all enterprise requirements in knowledge management. Therefore enterprises should implement a mix of several information technologies and create appropriate organizational environment for knowledge sharing in order to develop an effective knowledge management system (Hussian,
As teacher education systems exist today, there are pre-service teacher education programmers such as B.Ed./D.Ed./B.P.Ed. etc for preparing teachers at primary and secondary stages. Role of ICT to elevate teacher in at higher education to empowering teachers for abstract thinking, reference political thinking, self-study and of knowledge by adopting various project works and acquire skills. S. No. Different Teacher Education Stage Objective Role of ICT 1.