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Teachers and 21st Century knowledge society

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Teachers and 21st Century knowledge society

  1. 1. 21st Century
  2. 2.  Outcomes: Knowledge society agenda Pervasiveness of technology “Education for All” goals Future national strategic objectives Aims of national and international initiativesregarding continuous professional development ofteachers----relating to ICTs and professional aptitude
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  4. 4.  Individuals who shares commoninterest Shares knowledge Set common goals or objectives
  5. 5.  Involves local, national and internationalindividuals Force for changing society Implementing new strategies
  6. 6.  Society contribute to make decisions Being innovative Networking with people Communicating Collaborating
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  8. 8.  Technology play a dominant role in21st century Key to development Leads to innovation and creativity Enhance Learning through the use ofmedia Improves Individuals experience
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  10. 10.  Designers of learning environment Engaging students Promote collaboration
  11. 11. New ways of learning Learning by doing Adapt to new changing system oftechnology
  12. 12.  Start-up capital Depends on energy
  13. 13.  Quick and fast to share information Equitable access to resources Teachers understand local and global societal issues
  14. 14.  Exhibit legal and ethical behaviour Working with cross-cultural societies Caters learners with different learning styles
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  16. 16.  Reducing the gap between the rich and poor Free Education for all Compulsory schooling No discrimination in the basis of gender,race etc.
  17. 17.  fight HIV and AIDS and other diseases Make illiteracy history Life-long learning
  18. 18.  Fund public institutions Planning distribution of funds ( Properbudget) Addressing challenges
  19. 19.  Providing learner support (from lower grades) Have excellent knowledgeable teacher about thesubject Delivering Quality Education Creating opportunities (Access to highereducation)
  20. 20.  Motivating Students Easier access to information
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  22. 22.  System that is used to create new ways ofcommunication Improve new ways of learning “Enhance teacher standard for Africa”
  23. 23.  Improves curiosity among learners Inspires Learning Has become part of developing countriesimplementation
  24. 24.  Have a good understanding of ICT Develop different teaching methods Create your own activities Reflect from activities using latest technology
  25. 25.  Train teachers Implement it into a curriculum Having the right material Skills to use computers and other media effectively
  26. 26.  Initiative of laptop to teachers provided byDepartment Of Education (DOE)
  27. 27.  Has become part of 21st century learning Provide opportunities for technological andinfrastructure development
  28. 28. Education in the 21st Century is a key tosuccess. Achieving and Implementing newways of teaching and learning will contributeto achieving educational goals.
  29. 29.  Bernard C. (n.d). Being a Teacher in the Knowledge Society. France: INRP,CNED-EIFAD. Department Of Education. (2007). Guidelines For Teacher Training andProfessional Development in ICT. South Africa: Department Of Education. Department Of Basic Education. (2011). Strategic Plan 2011-2014.Republic Of South Africa: Department Of Education. Department For International Development. (2010). Learning For All:DFID’s Education Strategy 2010-2015. United Kingdom: Department ForInternational Development. Dropbox. (n.d). Retrieved February 17, 2013, from http:https://www.dropbox.com/s/hs7x5vmifg7oqj1/EFA.mp4 .
  30. 30.  Education International. (2008). Education For All By 2015:Education International’s Response to the Global MonitoringReport 2008. Belgium: Education International. National planning Commission. (2011). NationalDevelopment Plan: Vision for 2030. Republic Of SouthAfrica: National Planning Commission: The Presidency. NETS.T. (2008). International Society For Technology inEducation. Iste.org/nets. UNESCO. (2011). UNESCO ICT Competency Framework ForTeachers. France: United Nations Education, Scientific andCultural Organization.
  31. 31.  UNESCO International Institute For CapacityBuilding in Africa. (2012). ICT-enhanced TeacherStandard For Africa (ICTeTSA). Ethiopia: UNESCO-llCBA.

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