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-ICT (information and communications technology - or technologies) is an umbrella term
- that includes any communication device or application, encompassing: radio, television,
-cellular phones, computer and network hardware and software,
-satellite systems and so on, as well as the various services and applications associated with them
- such as
-videoconferencing and distance learning. ICTs are often spoken of in a particular context,
-such as ICTs in education, health care, or libraries.
What is ICT ? Information and Communication Technology
From reading, investigation, study or research
From internet, e-mail, video conferencing
From telephone, fax machine, radio, tv, satelites
( : Information and
communications technology (ICT))
BEFORE ICTBEFORE ICT
(Non-computerized )(Non-computerized )
AFTER ICTAFTER ICT
1. Teacher lectures1. Teacher lectures Teacher as a facilitator.Teacher as a facilitator.
Students study by their own.Students study by their own.
2. Students write in their2. Students write in their
notes / exercise booksnotes / exercise books
Students do the exercise inStudents do the exercise in
the computerthe computer
3. Teacher write notes3. Teacher write notes
On the boardOn the board
Teacher use the LCDTeacher use the LCD
projector and computerprojector and computer
4. Students use textbooks4. Students use textbooks Students use teachingStudents use teaching
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COMPUTERIZEDDIFFERENCE BETWEEN COMPUTERIZED
AND NON-COMPUTERIZEDAND NON-COMPUTERIZED
Used computer to do
something or their work.
Such as input data, surf
Easy to search
Use file to put a
Very difficult to find old
document or data.
Advantages of ICT in Education
Document / notes can be shared
Use of paper is reduced (paperless)
No heavy bags to carry
Can connect to the internet (Borderless
Faster communication speed
A computer is a general purpose device
that can be programmed to carry out a set
of arithmetic or logical operations
automatically. Since a sequence of
operations can be readily changed, the
computer can solve more than one kind of
HOW TO CONDUCT A STUDY
• STEP 1: GET AN OVERVIEW OF THE TOPIC
• STEP 2: NARROW DOWN THE TOPIC
• STEP 3: FIND STUDY MATERIAL
• STEP 4: EVALUATE STUDY MATERIAL
• STEP 5: WRITING OUT THE STUDY MATERIAL