ICT can provide both the resources and the pedagogical framework for enabling students to become effective independent learners. 3. ICT places all learners on an equal footing. 4. ICT helped in motivating students so they can work hard also it helped employees so they can work a lot and harder.
By using different forms of ICT, the teacher can extend students’ learning into a collaborative group project for presentation. As we have seen, ICT can provide opportunities for collaboration and sharing. For instance, let’s imagine students working on a Civic Education group project on road safety. For this, students can find the pictures of traffic signs and roads from the Internet. They can communicate and interact with each other about the progress they make, by using email.
ICTs have the potential to innovate, accelerate, enrich, and deepen skills, to motivate and engage students, to help relate school experience to work practices, create economic viability for tomorrow 's workers, as well as strengthening teaching and helping schools change (Davis & Tearle, 1999). It is believe that ICT has impacted greatly on teaching and learning; hence, the use of ICT helps students to communicate, share ideas, and work as a team anywhere, anytime. This includes teleconferencing classroom where students around the country are invited to meet together for discussion related to a specific topic. Under such circumstances students besides acquiring knowledge collectively, also share their learning experiences, which enable to express themselves and contemplate on their learning and also helps to involve the students in a global collaborative learning. Hence, the adoption and use of ICTs in basic educational schools have a positive impact on teaching and learning.
Use of ICT in education improves the learning process and also helps the student in individual development through projects and assignments. They also concluded that ICT brings a positive impact on Education sector of Pakistan. It also enhance the education at local, regional and national level. Julius  studied the problems of disabled students in higher education. Availability of e-learning resourses and its accessability in case of availability are identifies as major problems.
When used appropriately, different technologies can help expand access to education, strengthen the relevance of education to the increasingly digital workplace, and raise educational quality by helping make teaching and learning in an active process connected to real life. In this module, we will get an overall idea about the concept of Information and Communication Technology. We will also discuss about the significance of ICT in education and its scope. 19.2 ICT In the era of technology today, we get updated information through internet. We take online tickets or use smart cards to take tickets.
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.
Task 2 : CRITICAL REFLECTION The issue that I had been chosen for doing this project is the ICT in Education in Malaysia. As we know that, the ICT method had been gradually becoming common in today’s education system in Malaysia. It had brought many advantages for the education today and also it had brought a great benefit for the English Language. From the Graphic organizer, we can see that the ICT in education had brought some impact to the education system. For instance, in the graphic organizer, we can find out that the ICT can train the students on various types of technology skills.
For the student, it is an initiation into: • Creativity and problem solving, • An introduction to the world of information and technologies, and • An opportunity to shape career pursuits. Advantages of using (ICT) in Education: 1‧ Through ICT, images can easily be used in teaching and improving the retentive memory of students. 2‧ Through ICT, teachers can easily explain complex instructions and ensure students' comprehension. 3‧ Through ICT, teachers are able to create interactive classes and make the lessons more enjoyable, which could improve student attendance and concentration. Disadvantages of using (ICT) in Education: 1‧ Setting up the devices can be very troublesome.
Some of the advantages of using ICT have been reported to include: the extension of cognition, improvements of efficiency and creativity for learners, interaction and collaboration as well as the provision of resources beyond the classroom walls (Mumtaz, 2000). According to the Report of the Seventh UNESCO-ACEID International Conference on Education (2001), ICT provides tools and “scaffolds” that enhance learning, and It provides teachers and students with feedback, through collaboration and reflection. However, in many developing countries ICT is introduced without considering the attitude and experience of teachers to ICT (Canvas 1999). The South African department of Education has made a substantial investment in the implementation of ICT (The Gauteng project is a living proof of this investment) but the uptake of ICT is still very
It is believed that teaching is a multifaceted process and it also requires educators with different kind of expert knowledge. The teaching of an English classroom cannot be done by only with the textbook. Teachers are also needed to understand in order to integrate technology effectively in classrooms. It is undeniably that ICT gives benefits on students’ attainments in learning English and English lessons that being delivered with ICT are able to produce successful lessons. Based on the findings of the articles, authors found out that teachers and other school staffs have their own way in promoting ICT integrated English teaching in schools.