Education: ICT in Education
Course: ICT in Education
Description of the Course
It is the use of technology as a mental instrument by the students, which supports their learning and promotes the achievement of their learning goals. Although there is a lot of discussion about the division of technology from ICT. Information and communication technologies are currently being used in education to assist students to learn more effectively by providing teachers with access to a wide range of new pedagogy. These technologies are also being used to enable teachers to do administrative tasks more efficiently. Teachers in every setting need to be able to use multiple technologies sources to support their teaching practice. Specifically, they are expected to use technology:
- For teaching and for presenting their ideas and subject content. One example to be considered is the use of interactive whiteboard.
- For learning. Pupil assessment can be enriched with material of networked areas in the system. Therefore, the students can take the responsibility for their own learning.
- For supporting teachers’ skills to record, keeping a log and monitoring students’ progress.
- For teachers’ continuous professional development through professional networks and other associations.
What will I learn?
This course covers the integration of ICT in a learning and teaching context and examines different ICT models. More specifically, it covers the definitions and benefits of applets and virtual manipulatives, the impact of ICT when applied to teaching and learning, along with its affordances and associated challenges, and the influence of the internet on our lives and on the sector of education in general.
What’s include in the price pack?
- Notes to read
- Final Exam