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Knowledge society isnetworked Need to develop networksand involve all countries Networks in educationpresent many ways toaccessknowledge, suggest manypossibilities for networkingpeople and developingcollaborative work andenhancing the “collectiveintelligence”.
ICT basededucation andtraining is agrowing reality Research mustcontinue on thedevelopment ofthese technologiesand theirapplications
Teachers in theknowledge societyneed to deal with newknowledge New ways ofaccessing knowledge Co-operational andcollaboration Teachers must beinvolved ininternational networks
FUTURE NATIONALSTRATEGICOBJECTIVES ANDThe Nationalandinternationalinitiativesconcerningconstantprofessionaldevelopmentof teacherswith regard to
1.) Engage inInstructional DesignProcesses2.) Facilitate andInspire StudentLearning, Innovationand Creativity4.) Engage inAssessment andCommunication ofStudent Learning3.)Create andManage EffectiveLearning Environments5.) Engage in ProfessionalDevelopment and ModelEthical Responsibilities6.) Understand SubjectMatter for Use in Teaching.
The DFID focus on a clear vision -Qualitybasic Education for all and remainingcommitted to the education MillenniumDevelopment Goals and to the broaderEducation for EFA goals. To deliver this vision, 3 main priorities:Skills to link youngpeople toopportunities andjobs, and to promotegrowth.Quality of teachingandlearning, particularlyin basic literacy andnumeracyAccess to a basiceducation cycle ofprimary and lowersecondary, particularly in fragile andconflict affectedstates
To support improved access to goodquality basic education for all childrenDFID will:Allocate bilateraleducation aid tobasic educationSupportsupplies, constructclassrooms, accessto water andsanitation, removingprimary school feesEducationprograms, expansion of basiceducation and ataffordable ratesFocus on kids thatare not in primaryschool andprovideeducation forthem
TeacherdevelopmentDistrictDevelopmentAnnual National AssessmentsAcceleratedSchoolsInfrastructureDeliveryInitiative(ASIDI)Learner supportmaterials
The Department of Education hasundertaken ICT as one of the initiatives toimplement on the White Paper on e-Education. ICT’S offer better opportunities to accesslearning, rectify inequalities and developbetter quality of teaching and learning ICT enables teachers to give learnersopportunities for them to develop and inlifelong learning. ICT has put demand in skills andknowledge of teachers
Teachers need to develop skills to enhancelearning. Teachers are central to the implementationof the NCS Provide teachers with the necessaryknowledge, skills and understanding tosuccessfully integrate ICT into everydayeducational practices The White Paper on e-Education views ICTdevelopment as a process that takesteachers and Learners through learningabout ICT, learning with ICT and learningthrough the use of ICT.
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