Ch 1 potential of ict (1)1

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Ch 1 potential of ict (1)1

  1. 1. Potential of ICT
  2. 2.  Information  Communication  Technology
  3. 3.  Where we find Information & Knowledge?  How ICT is useful in Teaching and Learning process?  Applications of ICT
  4. 4.  Information Communication Technology is a new technology applied for communication.  It is a diverse mixture of technology tools and resources to create, differentiate, store and manage information for communication.  It can be defined as the use of hardware and software for efficient management of information. For e.g. storage, retrieval, processing, communicating, diffusing and storing information for executing particular task.
  5. 5.  People  Communication  Information  Procedure  Hardware  Software
  6. 6.  Internet is the Information highway  People believe that the information highway should be designed and regulated by government
  7. 7.  Education is a critical requirement in creating knowledge societies that can stimulate development, economic growth and prosperity.  Education and development as interrelated drivers for development.
  8. 8. 3 PILLARS OF KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY
  9. 9.  Knowledge Warehouse - www  Communication Media - Television broadcast  Electronic medias - Audio cassettes, video tapes, audio and video CDs  LCD projectors  Conducting on-line Examination
  10. 10. Preparing background to accept computer  Learner  Planner  Teaching  Examiner
  11. 11.  ICT eliminate the learning time equals classroom time.  ICT can make multi grade schools in areas with low population density.  ICT can provide courses which is difficult for those institutions to recruit and retain specialized teachers, particularly to teach mathematics, science.

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