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Education in the New Milieu
Transcript of Education in the New Milieu
the New Milieu
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Information and Communication Technology and Education
ICT-MORE THAN A NEW TECHNOLOGY
How does ICT Education Initiatives Contribute to the Millenium Development Goals?
Education and policymakers alike agree that educational communication technologies are of paramount importance to the future of the education. ICT in education initiatives that focus on these areas are most likely to successful contribute to meeting the Millenium Development Goals by:
Today we live in an age of lightning-fast information transfer. Technology has allowed individuals to obtain, assemble, analyze, and communicate information in more detail at a much faster pace than ever before.
ROLE CHANGES IN A LEARNER-CENTERED ENVIRONMENT
FOR THE STUDENT
FOR THE TEACHER
A shift from:
Passively waiting for the teacher to give directions and information
Always being in the role of the learner
Always following given procedures
Viewing the teacher as the one who has all of the answers
A shift to:
Actively searching for needed information and learning experiences, determining what is needed, and seeking always to attain it
Participating at times as the expert/knowledge provider
Desiring to explore, discover and create unique solutions to learning problems
Viewing the teacher as a resource, model, and helper who will encourage exploration and attempts to find unique solutions to problems
A shift from:
Always being viewed as the content expert and source for all of the answers
Being viewed as the primary source of information who continually directs it to students
Always asking the questions and controlling the focus of student learning
Directing students through preset step-by-step exercises so that all achieve similar conclusions
A shift to:
Participating at times as one who may not know it all but desires to learn
Being viewed as a support, collaborator, and coach for students as they learn to gather and evaluate info. for themselves
Actively coaching students to develop & pose their own questions and explore their own alternative ways of finding answers
Actively encouraging individuals to use their personal knowledge and skills to create unique solutions to problems
Information and Communication Technologies in education consist of hardware, software, network media for the collection, storage, processing, transmission and presentation of information.
Increasing access through distance learning
Enabling a knowledge network for students
Broadening the availability of quality education materials
Enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of educational administration and policy