ICT tools have “the unique capacity and potential for developing and enlivening all domains of learning, including literacy and numeracy (Rose 43)”. ICT may be used to train pupils in skills in which they will need in further education and ongoing learning throughout the rest of their lives and for their future jobs. Pupils use ICT tools to find, explore, analyze, exchange and present information creatively. They learn how to use ICT to enable rapid access to ideas and experiences from a wide range of people, communities and cultures. Technology also plays a significant role in case of disaffected learners and there are a lot of examples of initiatives (gaming devices) which motivate such pupils to learn.
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.
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
THE STUDY ON EFFECTIVENESS OF ICT TOOLS AMONG STUDENTS IN VARIED SCHOOLS TO IMPROVE THEIR LISTENING SKILLS *P.Dinesh * J.Karthikeyan *Research scholar- English, Department of English, VIT University, Vellore-632014 **Assistant professor senior in English, VIT University, Vellore-632014 Abstract: Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has become the common tool for all aspect of life and its impact on Education is a very high in recent days. Gen-x and Gen-z Students are exposed modern technical gadgets and use various types of ICT and visual culture media outside the classroom. This paper is an attempt to disclose the need for English language teachers to equip their classroom with ICT tools to avoid generation gap. It also discusses the importance of using ICT effectively in the classroom there by making the students play an active role in the English language learning. Key words: ICT, Listening, tools, Schools, learners autonomy Introduction Technology has made high progress in the last few decades.
Interested students will learn very fast and then they teach their friends in the class. This will boost the both learners by teaching and learning. A computer lab in the school can be used for the same. This method of ICT is much useful for the lower grade students to learn words. Moreover, alogodoo free software for computers can be used to learn physics theories easily without going the lab.
For small and medium sized enterprises, ICT can be exploited to create a list of contacts and to make use of available information to start and sustain new business ventures. For example, Moyi (2003:222) and Shiel et al. (2003:312) express that ICTs have the potential to link small sellers and buyers to the daily market prices of commodities in different places, giving them the ability to improve their negotiating power. Cohen and Kallirroi (2006:45) agree that information and communication technologies can radically change the competitiveness of organizations, and note how electronic commerce has reduced the cost of trading among companies and also helped to strengthen their relationships and
New ICT have a very large potential for teacher education in larger quantity and better quality. A combination of old ICT to widen coverage and access and new ICT to provide interactivity is supposed to be cost-effective for teacher education. If a nationwide network of community learning centers equipped with computer laboratories with broadband access and trained staff to access online distance learning and to provide tutoring support could be set up in developing countries until a computer is available at home, there are possibilities for these countries to take advantage of the benefits of e-learning mentioned
For example 100 years ago, people in order to convey to anyone the information or news, they used messengers and thus wasting a lot of time, did not even know reached this information to that person or not, but now, with the help of ICT we can do it in seconds, transmit information to absolutely anywhere in the land. Every day when I come to class, the teacher explained, that is transmitted to us new information and knowledge through the computer and interactive whiteboard, and when we were doing homework, get more information through the Internet. It is also currently developed online library, where any student can find the book they need, and read it. In our country, recently introduced an online diary for pupils, I think it is a very important for both parent and child. Because many parents simply do
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,
The study mainly focused on the roles of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) in education. Information communication technologies, currently have great influence on every phase of human life. They play prominent roles in educational sectors, work places, business areas and entertainments. Besides, virtually everybody sees ICTs as substance for change in all working conditions, teaching and learning approaches, handling and exchange of information, scientific research and in retrieving information. Consequently, this study highlights the roles of ICTs, the promises, limitations and the key challenges of incorporation to education systems.