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Educations power


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Educations power

  1. 1.  Education acts as an important basis of life and is a longterm investment. Education should be relevant and meaningful to learnerslives. Need for technology to be included in schools orclassrooms, its important for learners survival
  2. 2.  transforming the lives of millions ofchildren, youth and adults around theworld helps children and young people to makeinformed and healthy decisions about theirlive
  3. 3. 1. Expand early childhood care and education achieved through the involvement of effectiveteachers, learners and also of families orprivate providers.2. Provide free and compulsory education for all increase the rate of learners who areattending school and reduce poverty.
  4. 4. 3. Promote learning an life skills for young people Educated children results in educated adults and an educatedsociety.4. Increase adult literacy by 50 percent Woman or females are the ones which have high rates ofilliteracy and this is highest in countries with the greatestpoverty5. Achieve gender parity by 2005,gender equality by 2005 Girls have a high rate of dropping out of school ;encouragement of learners to complete school.
  5. 5. 6. Improve the quality of education Improvement in education, learningresources and the curriculum
  6. 6.  Few establishment of national frameworkgoals Lack of funds supervision
  7. 7.  Education is an evolving concept and the traditionalmaterials that teachers used to support teaching andlearning are also changing Implementing technology in education practises Information and communication technology (ICT)offers great opportunities to access learning,redress inequalities and improve the quality ofteaching and learning.
  8. 8. Continue: teachers to offer learners unprecedentedopportunities for lifelong learning Informational and communicationtechnology (ICT) is central to the changesthat are taking place in learning throughoutthe world
  9. 9. White Paper 7 necessary knowledge, skills andunderstanding provided toteachers and administrators Use of digital and informationliteracy learners become confident andcompetent in using technology tocontribute to an innovative anddeveloping south African society
  10. 10. Three important ICTdevelopmental processes1. Learning about ICT Teachers acquiring skills for developing ICT2. Learning with ICT ICT used to support teaching an learning3. Learning through the use of ICT Using ICT for educational practices
  11. 11.  Skills acquired through education orexperience Earned and valued
  12. 12.  Information used to acquire changeand make a difference Create, share an use knowledge for theprosperity and wellbeing of its people Knowledge not bought nor sold
  13. 13. Cont. Integration of technology in day to daylife Universal and equitable access toinformation
  14. 14.  New ideas to do thing easier and faster Implement new ideas in workforce Skills of how and when to usetechnology
  15. 15. Cont. Technology to collectively integratelearners and community
  16. 16.  Lifelong learners Adapt continuously to changed opportunities Economic and social organization
  17. 17.  Learners still not exposed to computers Lack or resources for effective teaching to occur
  18. 18.  Ensuring a credible focusedplanning Improving capacity of basiceducation
  19. 19. 1. Administration Improve basic education Curriculum that will be beneficial insecondary level
  20. 20. 2. Curriculum policy, support andmonitoring Further Education Training(FET) Mathematics and physical science Availability of resources
  21. 21. 3. Teachers, education humanresources and institutionaldevelopment Importance of technology Education more realizable and realistic
  22. 22. 4. Planning information and assessment Grade R readiness programs Assessing of students Assessing of teachers own performance
  23. 23. 5. Educational enrichment Policies and programs in schools Improvement in quality of teachingand learning
  24. 24.  Proud nation of educated learners Learners as critical thinkers andinventors Education as a center part of life
  25. 25.  Informal transferring of technology Formal transferring of education Serves to meet the needs of people
  26. 26.  informal  formal
  27. 27.  African organization Teachers education programs in terms ofpedagogical integration of ICT Development of ICT in 2009 Strengthening teacher development in Africa
  28. 28. Cont. Teachers knowledge, skills and attitude Six interrelated domains of broadstandards What teachers need to know, itsimportance and use
  29. 29. Sixinterrelateddomainsof ICTFacilitate andinspire studentlearning,innovation andcreativitycreate and manageeffective learningenvironmentEngage inassessment andcommunication ofstudentsEngage ininstructionaldesignprocessunderstandsubject matterfor use inteachingEngage inprofessionaldevelopmentand modelethnicresponsibilities
  30. 30.  Variance in ICT policies for education Sustained period of conflict and economicinstability Lack of infrastructure
  31. 31.  Free education for all Education as a human right
  32. 32. THE END…
  33. 33.  THE STELLENBOSCH DECLARATION ICT IN EDUCATION:MAKE IT WORK( IFIP, Stellenbosch, South Africa, July 2005) EL Analysis. Education International’s Response to the Global MonitoringReport 2005. Notice 1869 of 2004, published on page 3 of Government Gazette. No 26734of 26 August 2004, White Paper on e-Education Majumdar, S. (2005,ed). Regional Guidelines in Teacher development forPedagogy-Technology integration. Bangkok: UNESCO-Asia and PacificRegional Bureau for education