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  • A knowledge society is commonly known as a society where human society brings about knowledge that should bring justice, solidarity, democracy, peace. A society in which knowledge could be a force for changing society.
  • A society which should provide universal and equitable access to information. For example a knowledge society bring or provides information based on technological resources that are very easy to access for information such as cellphones, internet and other things.
  • Knowledge society regarding education is in a complex and very important way because it is widely arrange in a form of networking, internet or communication because it contributes to the elaboration and acquisition of Knowledge. For instance internet is mainly a tool, the more recent we found for perfecting our intelligence through cooperation and exchange. It enhances our capacity for collective learning and intelligence and forces us to experiment new ways of being together.
  • An educator should build a collective intelligence with his or learners in order to develop the capacity for collaborative work in class and the use of technology in class. It is the responsibility of all educators and decision-makers around the world to help developing countries take part in the developments of ICT education because we want not only an Information Society, but a Knowledge Society, enabling all children and all people to access Knowledge and to benefit from being educated
  • As learners we are long life learners meaning ITCs are very important to our long life journey of education as lifelong learning needs an integration of education into the real world that where ITC come in handy for that type of situations.
  • The pervasiveness of technology regarding education is to facilitate the understanding of technological resources and growth of the learners in terms of promoting, supporting, and modeling creative and innovative thinking and inventivenession of learning towards the future. To encourage reflection on learners based on thinking and creative learning, which is also effective on interaction with one another and engaging with the topic at hand. Teachers should develop and design assessments where learning experience occur and will incorporate their thinking and creative strategies using digital and resources to promote student learning and creativity
  • Teachers should develop technology-enriched learning environments that enable all students to pursue their individual curiosities and become active participants in setting their own educational goals, managing their own learning, and assessing their own progress
  • Teachers should customize and personalize learning activities in order to earning styles, working strategies, and abilities using digital tools and resources.
  • Provide students with multiple and varied formative and summative assessments aligned with content and technology standards and use resulting data to inform learning and teaching.
  • Teachers should communicate relevant information and ideas effectively to students, parents, and peers using a variety of digital age media and formats in order to create a sense of developing both on learners and the society. Collaborate with students, peers, parents, and community members using digital tools and resources to support student success innovation so that the teacher can create a successful environment where learners and the society can develop the importance of technology in the real world.
  • Teachers should teach safe, legal, and ethic also of digital information and technology, including respect for copyright, intellectual property, and the appropriate documentation of sources to their learners in order to protect their safe.
  • The world international committee has come up with six goals of education for all and become UNESCO’s overriding priority in education.
  • These goal calls for better and more possibilities to support young children, and their families and communities, in all the areas where the child is growing physically, emotionally, socially and intellectually.
  • This goal sets the objectives of seeing that all children girls as well as boys go to school and finish primary. In order to develop skills and abilities in real world.
  • This goal places the emphasis on learning needs of young people and adult in the context of lifelong learning in a sense that young and old people should acquire the right knowledge and literacy in order to develop in a knowledge society.
  • This goal calls for a certain level of improvement in adult literacy by 2015, it says that it should be 50 percent better than it was in 2000.
  • This goal calls for an equal number of girls and boys to be enrolled in primary and secondary school by 2005 which also this calls gender strategies to achieve gender parity in secondary education thus need further development. The incentives used to attract children, especially girls from rural settings, to enroll in and complete primary schooling should ideally be continued into the secondarylevel.
  • This calls for improvement in the quality of education in all aspects, aiming for a situation where people can achieve excellence. Quality in school should be monitored in such a way that learning outcomes should be monitored. In spite of the weaknesses of comparative tests of achievement, these are widely used as a proxy of what and how much students actually learn in school. Learning environments must be improved. Access to learning resources, first and foremost textbooks, is a key factor. The pupil/textbook ratio is a significant measure of education quality. Teacher development and shortage in school is another cause of inequality in school that should be fixed.
  • Future national strategic objectives refer to strategies that the department of education should implement regarding the use of technology in schools
  • They should also provide access to lifelong learning, education and training opportunities which will, in turn, contribute towards improving the quality of life and the building of a peaceful and prosperous. The improvement in ITC’s in education and school in such a way that, through the use of ICT in the curriculum, schools will also be helping pupils become knowledgeable about the nature of information, comfortable with the new technology and able to exploit its potential.
  • The strategy of developing ITC’s in schools as this will enhance learners being able to use technology to communicate and handle information, design, develop, explore and evaluate models of real or imaginary situation measure and control physical variable and movement.
  • What the department of education should also do is to provide school with ICT’s in order to help learning and teaching to take place effectively. It useless for the government to want to learners to be computer literacy while they do not provide those resources such as computers. It is also regarded important to different subject departments to deliver to component part of the ICT curriculum
  • The department should also implement a strategy that will help teachers to develop teacher computer literacy in order to improve the use of ITC in school. Research also suggests that the few teachers who do use computer in their classroom tend to be those who can clearly relate the use of technology to their pedagogic strategy for their own subject
  • Research that was conducted by UNESCO found that, for quality teaching to materialize in the 21st century there is a need for teacher education programs to work towards high standards in terms of the pedagogical integration of ICTs.
  • According to the UNESCO’s (2002) planning guide on ICTs in teacher education, provide guidance to universities and colleges when developing plans for infusion of technology into their teacher education programs, but also establish a measure of consistency among teacher education programs within a region.
  • The government should implement strategies and programmes that are aimed at ICT development in teacher training which an important step towards the networked Knowledge Society is.
  • Special attention should be devoted to integrate on of e-Learning into training process, application on of digital tools, and development of teacher competence UNESCO major goals is to provide the global leadership on teachers, their status, professional training, management and administration on and key policy issues .
  • UNESCO has come up with a strategy that teacher development policies and programmes including ICT applications are implemented in the framework of UNESCO global leadership on teachers through the initiatives on the following issues:• Training and Management;• Policies and Quality Assurance;• Status and Working Conditions;• Gender;• HIV and AIDS;• Advocacy;• ICT.
  • UNESCO has come up with a strategy that teacher development policies and programmes including ICT applications are implemented in the framework of UNESCO global leadership on teachers through the initiatives on the following issues:• Training and Management;• Policies and Quality Assurance;• Status and Working Conditions;• Gender;• HIV and AIDS;• Advocacy;• ICT.
  • Teacher Training and Professional Development in ICT is one of the initiatives undertaken by the Department of Education to implement on education. Information and communication technology (ICT) is fundamental to the implementation of e-education and offers greater opportunities to access learning redress inequalities and improve the quality of teaching and learning
  • ICT also makes it possible for teachers to offer learners unprecedented opportunities for development and lifelong learning.
  • All teachers will require the knowledge, skills, values and attitudes, as well as the necessary support, to integrate ICT into teaching and learning, and to support them in their various roles as mediators of learning, interpreters and designers of learning programmes, leaders, administrators, scholars, assessors and subject specialists.
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    • 2.  Knowledge society agenda is known as asociety where it brings aboutjustice, solidarity, democracy, and peace. It enforces a change society regardingknowledge. It is also regarded as the society that hasequitable knowledge based on the currenttechnology
    • 3.  Knowledge society a provide equitable accessto information It brings knowledge based on technologicalresources such as cellphones, computer andother thing to access information on theinternet
    • 4.  Knowledge society in education is regardedas a important because it is widely arrangedin a form of networking, internet orcommunication because it providesacquisition of knowledge. It enhances collective learning andintelligence through experimenting new waysof learning and being together.
    • 5.  Educators should build a collectiveintelligence with learners in order to developa collaborative work in class and the use oftechnology in class. It is the responsibility of all educator to takepart in the development of ICT of educationbecause enables children and all people toaccess knowledge and to benefit fromeducation
    • 6.  Knowledge society is also regarded as longlife learning , in such a way that ITC’s areimportant tools of long life learning andintegration of education into the real worldthat where ICT’s come in handy in those typeof situations.
    • 7.  Pervasiveness of technology particularly ineducation refers to facilitate theunderstanding of technological resources andgrowth of learners in terms promoting,support, and modeling creative andinnovation thinking towards the future. It encourages reflection on learners based onassessment and on thinking and creativeskills where learning experience occur andwill incorporate their digital and resources topromote student learning
    • 8.  The pervasiveness of technology in educationis that teachers should develop enrichedlearning environment. Where it enable all student to pursue theirindividual curiosity and become activeparticipants in setting their own educationalgoal, managing their own learning andassessing their own progress.
    • 9.  Pervasiveness of technology personalizelearning activities in order to improvelearning styles, working strategies andabilities using digital tools and resources.
    • 10.  It provides learners with multipleintelligences and varied formative andsummative assessment aligned with thecontent and technology standards ininforming learning and teaching.
    • 11.  Pervasiveness of technology also refers torelevant information and ideas effectively tolearners using a variety of digital tools tosupport pedagogic content knowledge.
    • 12.  Pervasiveness of technology have othernegative impact on education and personally.Teachers should teach safe, legal and ethicof digital information and technology inorder to protect their safety.
    • 13.  Education for all goals refers to theeducation for all people includingeducational goals. The world international has come up with sixeducation for all and become UNESCO’spriority in education
    • 14.  This goal refers to more possiblities tosupport young children and their families andcommunities in areas where they growphysically, emotionally and intellectually.
    • 15.  This goal refers the sets of objectives ofseeing that gender finish primary school inorder to develop skills and abilities in thereal world.
    • 16.  This goal refers on the emphasis on thelearning needs of young people and adult in asense that young people should acquire theright knowledge and literacy in order todevelop in a knowledge society.
    • 17.  This goal is set to be reached in 2015 by 50percent better than in 2000 regarding theimprovement of adult literacy.
    • 18.  This goal refers to the number of girls andboys to be enrolled in schools by 2005 whichalso calls for gender equality. To alsocomplete primary and secondary schooling.
    • 19.  This goal refers to improve quality ofeducation in schools, in aspects of aiming forsituations where learners achieve excellence. Quality education should monitored in such away that learning outcomes should bemonitored.
    • 20.  Future national strategic objectives is theimplementation of strategies that thedepartment of education should implementregarding the use of technology.
    • 21.  The department of education should provideaccess to long life learning which will in turncontributes towards improving the quality oflife and building a peaceful and prosperouscountry. The implementation of ITC’s in school andcurriculum will improve and help pupilsbecome knowledgeable about nature ofinformation and be comfortable with thenew technology
    • 22.  The strategy of developing ITC’s in school isto set out learners that are able to usetechnology to communicate and handleinformation, design, develop and evaluatemodel of real imaginary situation.
    • 23.  The department of education should provideschools with ITC in order to help learning andteaching to take place effectively. It useless for the government to want tolearners to be computer literacy while they donot provide those resources such as computers.
    • 24.  The department of education should alsoimplement strategy where it will helpteachers to develop teacher computerliteracy in order to improve the use of ITC inschools. Research is suggested that teachers who usetechnology in their classes and their ownsubject tend to be those who can clearlyrelate better to the use of technology inschool which is what is needed in futureclassrooms
    • 25.  Development regarding teacher developmentin ICT with regards to research that was doneby UNESCO is that: For quality teaching to materialize in the 21stcentury is that, there is for teachereducation programs to work towards highstandards in terms of pedagogic integrationof ICT’s
    • 26.  The planning guide that was implemented byUNESCO provides insight on ICT and teachereducation which will provide guidance tofurther institutions when developing plansfor infusion of technology into their teachereducation programs.
    • 27.  The government should implement programsthat will aim at ITC development in teachertraining which is an important step towardsthe networked knowledge society.
    • 28.  Integration of e-learning into processapplication of digital tools, and developmentof teachers competences is one of UNESCO’smajor goal to provide global leadership onteacher’s professional training, managementand administration.
    • 29.  UNESCO has come up with strategies that willdevelop ICT application that areimplemented in the framework on teachersthrough the initiatives on the following: Training and management Policies and quality assurance
    • 30.  Status and working conditions Gender HIV and AIDS Advocacy ICT
    • 31.  Teacher Training Professional development inITC is one of the initiatives undertaken bythe department of education to implementeducation. ICT is the fundamental to theimplementation of education that offersgreater opportunities to accesslearning, redress inequality and improve thequality og teaching and learning.
    • 32.  ICT is also made for possibilities of teachersto offer learners unprecedentedopportunities for development and life longlearning
    • 33.  All teachers require skills, values andattitude, as well as the necessary support tointegrate ICT into teaching and learning, andto support them in their various roles asmediators of learning. The role of ICT’s in developing teachersinterprets and design learning programs,leaders, administrators, scholars, assessorsand subject specialist.
    • 34. Alexander, D. (2010). Education Strategy 2010-2015. London: Department for InternationalDevelopment.Motsheka, A, Soorbrayan, B, Surty, E. (2011).Strategic Plan 2011-2014: Sol Plaatje House.Roi, A. (2008). Education for All by 2015.Belgium: Brussels.