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ICT in Education ppt


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ICT in Education ppt

  1. 1. What is ICT • It is an umbrella term that includes all technologies for the communication of information. • ICT can be defined as the use of hardware and software for efficient management of information. ICT refers to the forms of technology that are used to transmit, store, create, share or exchange particular task.
  2. 2. Scope of ICT in Education. • A person from village also can refer the latest information and research everyday. • Television broadcast is one of the best communication media to educate students, farmers, sportsman. • The difficult experiments, advance surgery for medical students etc. can be viewed. • LCD projectors can be used for effective training. • The man power problem, the human mistakes can be avoided by on-line examination.
  3. 3. Impacts of ict on Education. • Positive Impact of ICT on Education. Ensures life long learning. Life long learning can be ensured by E- learning or E-Education. Also enables distance learning. • A teacher teaching his students through the use of ICT even though geographically dispersed.  We can access teaching materials and experts from all over the world. • We can consult to many experts by video conferencing.
  4. 4. Impacts of ICT on Education.  It has the ability to perform impossible experiments by using stimulations. • Some of the impossible experiments in the field of medicine, engineering and industry can be performed easily with the help of ICT. Possibility for students to have individual learning. Man power problem and human problems can be avoided by conducting online examinations. The curriculum, information about text books, reference books and references are available using ICT.
  5. 5. Negative Impact of ICT on Education • There are large costs involved.(Expensive) • Students, and sometimes teachers, can get ingaged in the technology aspect rather than subject content. • A child’s imagination power decreases i.e. the ability to imagine vanishes.
  6. 6. Impact on Curriculum & Teachers Curriculum. • Based on fixed content which students are required to learn and reproduce. • Focuses on the skills needed to build and communicate knowledge. • Goal oriented curricula and syllabuses can be changed according to learner’s needs. Teachers. • Helpful to Preparing Lesson plans. • Make the Network of teachers. • Provide Pedagogical techniques. • Connect to the Information resources.
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