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China's IT in Education
Transcript of China's IT in Education
China is the country of research and general information about its educational system and use of Technology.
Experimental School focusing on numeracy and literacy. Sixth Form leaders from King Edward VI School in Bury St Edmunds observed a 40-minute Maths lesson.
China’s educational systems have undergone several stages of development towards quality education and huge expansion in the 21st century. The 1977 milestone in education development paved way for a major reform and decentralization of education in 1985. (OECD, 2010) China achieved the 1986 goal that states the “Law of Compulsory Education” it is a requirement that every child complete nine years of primary schools and three years of junior secondary school. Because of the rapid expansion: (UNESCO institute of Statistics, 2009).
Technology integration in Chinese schools is still growing and transforming the education systems. According to Custer (January19, 2013)Chinese schools have better
integrated technology and Chinese students use
technology more often than their American counterparts. From the interview responses we got, the participants were not able to provide concrete answers. I feel more has to be done to integrate technology in the classroom situations. The ministry of Education in China should be more flexible in their policies towards the use of technology in schools.