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  • So when we look at the knowledge in the society is education networked in the society in which it account for the following which are as follows new knowledge ,the new tools, new resources and also the new space and time and new teaching profession. The internet in the society is very important in the community which is a dimension of the productions of the human sense. We also have the collaborative work virtual communities-which are as follows, communication, collaboration, collective learning, collective memory and also intelligence they are intelligent systems management.
  • In terms of education it aim in building a collective intelligence and role of a teachers which it include stuff such as the open classroom is the first place where collective. These new competencies have the following are technology ,new pedagogical possibilities which also include new knowledge and new networked form of knowledge and new expectations of the society ,the competencies ,it does have ethical competencies ,it does have ethical competencies .
  • E-Learning is from distance learning ,its seen as a new concept of teaching and imparting knowledge, it’s about internet and virtually which include differently ,space and time and also interactivity such as of the content and tutoring, Possible goals for e-learning to increase access to learning opportunities for the students, To enhance the general quality of teaching/learning, to develop the skills and competencies needed in the 21st century, and also particular to ensure that learners have the digital literacy skills required in their discipline, to meet the learning styles as we different students learn in different way, to improve the cost-effectiveness of the education systems in the secondary schools.
  • There are also common European principles teacher competence and qualifications(2005) those common principles are as follows a well-qualified profession placed in the context of lifelong learning ,mobile profession and also the profession based and partnership. The qualifications of the European principles also have the make it work with the following competencies which involve work with others ,working with technology and information ,working with the society.
  • They are six majors that will shape a beneficial use in the ICT in education, which are as follows is the digital solidarity which is the one that guarantee right to participate in digital society in the world, second one is the learners lifelong learning is seen as the key tool for developing the life long life learning of the integration of the education in the world. Third one is the decision –making strategies the decision makers are the one who make decision to the meet the real needs and come up with innovation with decision making. Fourth is the networking people in which there are a need to also involve in other countries. Fifth one is the research which is development of the ICT based education and which the training processes is seen as growing reality ,The last one is being a teacher in which is the knowledge in the knowledge of the society which requires new specific competencies.
  • Using the internet and browser for the support learning in the classroom such as understanding the use of the URL, able to access a web credibility of the given site, the plugins, downloading the files and also relevant content, what is a browser and also understand internet connection.
  • The technology in the use of the use the search engine to perform a keyword search such as the how to search a word, using the keyword and navigate search results. Use the resource to enhance the teacher productivity in way that we will use teacher the for the move from analogy to digital and that teachers need to perform as the part of their job,wiki and also the blogs.’
  • As a teacher in order to inspire the student learning and creativity in techonology such as model creative and innovative thinking ,engaging learner in the exploring the real world issue and also promote the student reflection using collaborative tools and also model collaborative knowledge construction
  • Engaging in professional growth and leadership which means that a teacher must constantly improve their professional practice by using digital tools and resources such as: participate in the local and global learning communities to explore technology to improve student learning. Exhibit the leadership by demonstrate a vision of technology the leadership and technology skill of others.
  • The historical challenge is embodied in the following which is the six education for all goals, those goals are as follows, To expand early childhood care and education, Provide free and compulsory primary education for all, Promote learning and life skills for young people and adults, Increase Adult literacy by 50% percent, Achieve gender parity by 2005, Gender equality of education
  • They accomplished the measurable process in many aspects, furthermore such as an increased in the environment and the expansion of the free primary education,teacher recruitment and their working conditions, their appropriate remuneration and as well as things like quality learning is to become a reality for all. The degradation of the quality of education is cause by the following issues such as unqualified and under paid contract teachers those who lack initial or adequate teacher education. The education for all its goal s to expand its promises and also improve the early childhood education and care
  • The early childhood education programmes contribute to the young children physical, young children mental, young children social, emotional development ,eliminate disadvantage and also prepare children for formal schooling. The education international recognises the vital importance of the ECE programmes for all young children.
  • Three key challenges ahead, the report identifies three main challenges in the relation to the quality of education are: Learning outcomes should be monitored and effective strategies to assess knowledge and skill, demonstrate measurable learning outcomes are needed ,second learning environment must be improved and have access to learning resources egtextbooks ,is an key factor and the third is to access to technology attracting more and better teacher is paramount and the teacher shortage a major problem ,particularly in the developing world.
  • Free education the school provide compulsory attendance and also measure to promote the equity in the system, which include the steeply progressive school in poor communities ,accommodate those who cannot affort to pay their school fees to have a opportunity .Free education is not only in primary but beyond secondary school. Further education and training colleges these colleges increase the competitive global economy ,million allocated to the FET collages form government to equip and upgrade facilities and lectures qualification and it also enable FET colleges to deliver the new programme is supported by the bursary scheme which administered by national student financial aid scheme.
  • Further education and training colleges these colleges increase the competitive global economy ,million allocated to the FET collages form government to equip and upgrade facilities and lectures qualification and it also enable FET colleges to deliver the new programme is supported by the bursary scheme which administered by national student financial aid scheme
  • The history of the adult education in SA as with the schools education which has been figured by racial discrimination which was the strongly an impact by the struggle against the injustice and also the denial of the life chances to t he black majority. The ABET it have inadequate the budgetary and aslo the support and the FET colleges and the universities.
  • Opportunities for South Africa in according to national planning commission to plan to grow the economy of the country, reduce the poverty and improve the quality of life of South Africans and also create job opportunities. The policy making should be guided by the following principles and objectives which are as follows, they need to focus on what is practicable achievable and remain as an influential member of the international community and they also have to stabilise, the regional political economy, which is an increased integrations and cooperation in terms of deepening south Africa intergration,it should continue on the three base
  • The national development plan which is propose to create jobs for 2030.,which are realising an environment for inclusive economic growth ,promoting employment ,raising export and competitiveness, strengthening government to the economic develop, mobilising all sector is society
  • According national planning commission is its proposal it’s to increase employment and growth which include the following: such as raise export, increase the size and effectiveness of the innovation system ,improve the functioning of labour market economy absorb more labour support small businesses through better coordination of activities in small business agencies, Improve the skill base through better education and better vocational training and improve capacity of state to effectively implement, reduce the regulatory burden in sector where the private.
  • South Africa need a spatial vision specifies to they have tackle inherited spatial decision, unlock the development potential guide and inform infrastructure investment prioritisation, manage contemporary economic and demographic shift and it also facilitate coordinate between part of government and other agents, The proposed national for the spatial targeting which national competitive corridor, the node of competitiveness and the rural restricting zones.
  • The government aims for the national future objectives which are as follows :the national school nutrition programme condition it have very important conditional grant which are as follows to provide nutrition meal to the targeted group and also the enhance the learning capacity and the to improve access to education by ensuring that the programme. The conditional grant it also have the HIV/AIDS (life skills education and training) ,it have also own purpose by providing learners with further development policies on the HIV/AIDS and the issue curriculum and assessment policy and some of purpose is to strengthen HIV/AIDS programmes in the schools
  • Technical secondary school recapitalise grant, purpose to recapitalise up to 200 technical schools in which is to improve their capacity ,and also contribute to the school development and training in the country. Education infrastructure conditional grant to provinces they have the following purpose to help accelerate the construction,maintenance,upgrade and also improving of the new and existing infrastructure in education school infrastructure backlogs grant its purpose is to eradicate the inappropriate school infrastructure and make provision for water,sanitation and electricity at schools
  • South Africa is the simultaneously affected by the use four epidemic which referred to as the quadruplet burden of disease which are as follows,HIV and Aids ,Injury both accidental and non-accidental,Infectous disease such as Tuberculosis,Diarrhea and Pneumonia which interact in the vicious and growing lifestyle disease such as diabetes
  • Technological change, the science and technology in which it make the new treatment to the sick and is also prolong the lives of elders, which also connect people across the distance and provide clean water to the remote areas. The technological change it’s also creates the new markets and it caters for the need that was also outer the edges of the human imagination.
  • The broad aims of the various national and international initiatives in which they use, the white paper on the e-education and which it integration of the information and communication technologies. The important use of the ICT is used greatly to access to the following learning opportunities, redress inequalities and also it improve the quality of teaching and learning ,furthermore Itprovide personalised learning experiences
  • ICT integrations –these integration once achieved and also the contextualised, in the school, it create a new learning environment’s in which learners in depend in terms of their own learning while the teachers monitor and facilitate the process, moreover the ICT integrations into curriculum delivery requires comprehension from the teacher and There are changes in the learning environment which is the classroom. In this case the teacher view learners as the people who can contribute positive to the learning experience.
  • These teacher programmes in ICT also should provide teacher with the contextual experience furthermore those programmes must be subject specific to what teacher is teaching in the classroom. Following approaches should be adopted in ICT skills development for student and practising teachers such as All higher education institutions should offer compulsory ICT in teaching and learning in teacher development courses (up to appropriation level),Students currently in higher education institutions should be fast-tracked to bring them to at least the adoption level by the end of their studies, all students leaving higher education for the teaching profession should have reached at least the adaptation level, All practising teachers who have access to ICT should, as a minimum, be trained to the adaptation level , Subject advisors are to be trained up to appropriation level through a focused intervention from the national Department of Education.
  • Internet is many tools which is our intelligence through the cooperation and the exchange ,it also enhances our capacity for the collective learning and intelligence and its also enhances our capacity for the collective learning and intelligence and it also force us to experience new ways(Pierre Levy,2000)
  • Technology literacy it has its own policy goals to achieve which the approach the enable learners, citizens and the workforces to use the ICT in order to support the social development and also improve the economic productivity .The goals that associate with these goals which include the increasing enrolment ,making high quality resources available to all and also improve the literacy skills
  • Knowledge creation its main aim is to increase productivity of the student ,citizen and the workforce that is continually engaged in and it also create knowledge innovation and the life long learning.
  • Knowledge deepening is to main aim approach to increase ability of students ,citizen and workforce to which add value to the society and to economy to apply knowledge gained in school subjects to solve the complex which are problems that are encountered in the real situation such problems are environment ,food and security ,health and conflict resolutions
  • The teacher framework can be being to presented as follows according to the white paper e-learning ict development are as follows: entry level which a teacher is able to use computer ,adoption level is a teacher able to use various ICT e.g. computer ,adaptation level is the one able the teacher to use ICT to support everyday classroom activities and the appropriate level which a teacher holistic understanding of way in which ICT contributes to teacher and learning, innovation level in which a teacher is able to develop entirely new learning environment.
  • We have the following three essential skills levels for integration of ICT into our curriculum delivery are as follows ,Basic ICT knowledge and skills,intergrative ICT knowledge and skills and specialised ICT knowledge and skills.
  • UNESCO and the UN see education as having the following aims: inculcating the community’s core values and passing on its cultural legacy supporting the personal development of children, young people and adults promoting democracy and increasing participation in society, particularly among women and minorities encouraging cross-cultural understanding and the peaceful resolution of conflict, improving health and well-being supporting economic development, reducing poverty and increasing widespread prosperity
  • Economists identify three factors that lead to growth of the human capacity which are as follows : capital deepening - the ability of the workforce to use equipment more productive than earlier versions, higher quality labour - a more knowledgeable workforce thatadd value to economic output, technological innovation - the ability of the workforce to create, distribute, share and use new knowledge.
  • Education reform which is the use of the new technologies in the education an applies the new roles, new pedagogies and also the approaches to the teacher education. ICT in the classroom it depend how the teacher use it learning with new pedagogy,develop socially active classroom which encourage cooperative interaction collaborative learning and the group work.
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    1. 1.  new knowledge new tools new resources new space and time new teaching profession communication collaboration collective learning collective memory intelligent systems management
    2. 2.  technology new pedagogical possibilities which also includenew knowledge and new networked form of knowledge and newexpectations of the society The competencies……..it does have ethical competencies
    3. 3.  To increase access to learning opportunities forthe students, To enhance the general quality ofteaching/learning To develop the skills and competencies neededin the 21st century, And also particular to ensure that learners havethe digital literacy skills required in theirdiscipline, To meet the learning styles as we differentstudents learn in different way, To improve the cost-effectiveness of theeducation systems in the secondary schools
    4. 4.  well-qualified profession placed in thecontext of lifelong learning ,mobile profession and also the profession based and partnership which involve work with others working with technology and information , working with the society
    5. 5.  guarantee right to participate in digital society in theworld learners lifelong learning is seen as the key tool fordeveloping the life long life learning decision –making strategies the decision makers arethe one who make decision to the meet the real needs Networking people in which there are a need to alsoinvolve in other countries research which is development of the ICT basededucation a teacher in which is the knowledge in the knowledgeof the society which requires new specificcompetencies
    6. 6.  Understanding the use of the URL, Able to access a web credibility of the givensite The plugins Downloading the files and also relevantcontent What is a browser and also understandinternet connection
    7. 7.  Keyword search such as the how to search aword Using the keyword and navigate searchresults Use the resource to enhance the teacherproductivity Teachers need to perform as the part of theirjob,wiki and also the blogs.
    8. 8.  Model creative and innovative thinking Engaging learner in the exploring the realworld issue Promote the student reflection usingcollaborative tools Model collaborative knowledge construction
    9. 9.  Improve their professional practice by usingdigital tools and resources . Participate in the local and global learningcommunities . Explore technology to improve studentlearning
    10. 10.  To expand early childhood care andeducation Provide free and compulsory primaryeducation for all Promote learning and life skills for youngpeople and adults Increase Adult literacy by 50% per cent Achieve gender parity by 2005 Gender equality of education
    11. 11.  Increased in the environment and the expansion ofthe free primary education Teacher recruitment and their working conditions,their appropriate remuneration and as well asthings like quality learning is to become a realityfor all. Education for all its goal s to expand its promises Improve the early childhood education and care
    12. 12.  young children physical young children mental young children social emotional development eliminate disadvantage and also preparechildren for formal schooling.
    13. 13.  Learning outcomes should be monitored andeffective strategies to assess knowledge andskill learning environment must be improved andhave access to learning resources e.g. books Access to technology attracting more andbetter teacher is paramount
    14. 14.  Promote the equity in the system, Which include the steeply progressive schoolin poor communities Accommodate those who cannot afford topay their school fees to have a opportunity Not only primary and also secondary schools
    15. 15.  Increase the competitive global economy , Million allocated to the FET collages formgovernment to equip and upgrade facilities lectures qualification Enable FET colleges todeliver the new programme is supported By the bursary scheme which administeredby national student financial aid scheme
    16. 16.  Figured by racial discrimination which wasthe strongly an impact Struggle against the injustice Denial of the life chances to t he blackmajority. Inadequate the budgetary and support
    17. 17. National planning commission toplan to grow the economy of thecountryReduce the poverty andImprove the quality of life of SouthAfricans and also create jobopportunities
    18. 18.  Realising an environment for inclusiveeconomic growth Promoting employment Raising export and competitiveness Strengthening government to the economicdevelop Mobilising all sector is society
    19. 19.  Increase employment and growth which includethe following: Raise export Increase the size and effectiveness of theinnovation system Improve the functioning of labour market Improve the skill base through better educationand Better vocational training and Improve capacity of state to effectivelyimplement, Reduce the regulatory burden in sector wherethe private.
    20. 20.  They have tackle inherited spatial decision,unlock the development potential guide andinform infrastructure investment prioritisation Manage contemporary economic anddemographic shift It also facilitate coordinate between part ofgovernment and other agents The proposed national for the spatial targetingwhich national competitive corridor The node of competitiveness and the ruralrestricting zones
    21. 21. • provide nutrition meal to the targeted group• enhance the learning capacity• improve access to education by ensuring thatthe programme
    22. 22.  Improve their capacity contribute to the school development andtraining in the country. Purpose to help accelerate the construction Maintenance, upgrade and also improving of thenew and existing infrastructure in education Eradicate the inappropriate schoolinfrastructure make provision for water, sanitation andelectricity at schools
    23. 23.  HIV and Aids Injury both accidental and non-accidental Infectious disease such as Tuberculosis,Diarrhea Pneumonia which interact in the vicious andgrowing lifestyle disease such as diabetes
    24. 24.  New treatment to the sick Prolong the lives of elders Connect people across the distance provide clean water to the remote areas It’s also creates the new markets It caters for the need that was also outer theedges of the human imagination.
    25. 25. : White paper on the e-education Integration of the information andcommunication technologies Redress inequalities It improve the quality of teaching and learning It provide personalised learning experiences
    26. 26.  It create a new learning environment’s inwhich learners in depend in terms of theirown learning the teachers monitor and facilitate theprocess ICT integrations into curriculum deliveryrequires comprehension from the teacher There are changes in the learningenvironment which is the classroom
    27. 27.  Provide teacher with the contextualexperience Must be subject specific to what teacher isteaching in the classroom ICT skills development for student andpractising teachers Compulsory ICT in teaching and learning inteacher development courses
    28. 28.  Intelligence through the cooperation and theexchange , Enhances our capacity for the collectivelearning and intelligence Enhances our capacity for the collectivelearning and Intelligence and it also force us toexperience new ways(Pierre Levy,2000
    29. 29.  Enable learners, citizens and the workforceto use ICT To support social development and improveeconomic productivity The increasing enrolment , Making high quality resources available to all Improve the literacy skills
    30. 30.  To increase productivity of the student , Citizen and the workforce that is continuallyengaged in and It also create knowledge innovation and thelife long learning.
    31. 31.  To increase ability of students ,citizen andworkforce to which add value to the society Economy to apply knowledge gained inschool subjects to solve the complexproblems Encountered in real situations Such environment ,food and security ,healthand conflict resolutions
    32. 32.  Entry level which a teacher is able to usecomputer Adoption level is a teacher able to usevarious ICT e.g. computer Adaptation level is the one able the teacherto use ICT to support everyday classroomactivities Appropriate level which a teacher holisticunderstanding of way in which ICTcontributes to teacher and learning Innovation level in which a teacher is able todevelop entirely new learning environment.
    33. 33.  Basic ICT knowledge and skills Integrative ICT knowledge and skills and Specialised ICT knowledge and skills.
    34. 34.  Inculcating the community’s core values Its cultural legacy supporting the personaldevelopment of children young people and adults promotingdemocracy Increasing participation in society Particularly among women and minoritiesencouraging cross-cultural understanding peaceful resolution of conflict
    35. 35.  Improving health Well-being supporting economicdevelopment, Reducing poverty and Increasing widespread prosperity
    36. 36.  capital deepening - the ability of theworkforce to use equipment more productive Higher quality labour - a moreknowledgeable workforce that add value toeconomic output technological innovation - the ability of theworkforce to.create.distribute.share and.use new knowledge.
    37. 37.  New roles New pedagogies The approaches to the teacher education Socially active classroom Encourage cooperative interaction Collaborative learning Group work.
    38. 38.  B, A. (2008). Education for all by 2015. Belgium:Education International. B, B. (2005). Being a teacher in knowledge society.South Africa: IFPT. Hindle, D. (2007). Guidelines for teacher training andprofessional in ICT. Johannesburg: Department ofEducation. IFIP. (2005). The Stellenbosch declaration ICTEducation. South Africa: Stellenbosch. Motshekga A, S. E. (2011). Strategic Plan 2011-2014.Pretoria: Basic Education. MP, P. (2004). White paper e-education. Pretoria:Government Printers. T, M. (2011). National Development Plan Vision For2030. Johannesburg: National Planning Commision. Tang Q, K. J. (2011). Unesco ICT CompetencyFramework for teachers. Paris: United NationalEducational.

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