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201148567 c. r tladi


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201148567 c. r tladi

  1. 1. DREAMSfuture
  2. 2. Key issues : What is a teacher? The knowledge of the society agenda. The pervasiveness of technology. Using (ICT) Information communication technology . The educational goals and lastly the future strategies of the objectives.
  3. 3.  Very experienced. Care givers . Life long learners. Subject specialist. Helps the learners. Adviser. The teacher must be qualified. Undergo a lot of training .
  4. 4.  Effective teachers must be qualified The teachers must upgrade Teachers must go to work shops Attend training South African Council of Educators. Curriculum must be flexible Encourage learners.
  5. 5.  Knowledge society- sharing and transferring of the knowledge in the society through the interactions of our everyday lives. Strengthen communication through advanced technologies. Interactions with social networks e.g Google, Facebook, tweeter.. Sharing of information with one another faster through internet and cell phones. Learning from one another to expand our knowledge. Exploring new advanced technologies(Skype, internet). Teachers use tools and develop the new teaching strategies.(hidden curriculum)
  6. 6. The knowledge society video.
  7. 7.  From story telling to television. Letters to emails and telephones.  Drawings and cameras and videos.
  8. 8. ADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGES Creativity.  Some learners loose Faster communication. their roots and traditions Improvements of the along the lines. standards of living and  Inability to keep up with advancements. the advancement of Increase knowledge technology. capacity  Learners become obese. And lazy to think.
  9. 9.  Learners are kept posted about what happens in the world. Exposure to educational programs and value. Entertainment while learning. Global village
  10. 10. Free educationNo discrimination Equal opportunitie s
  11. 11.  There shall be no discrimination against others. The curriculum must be relevant and flexible. Skills and knowledge development. Basic skills.
  12. 12.  Think of ways in which the one goal can be achieved…. The purpose of one goal… How is this important to the world…..
  13. 13. Watch and learn……………..
  14. 14. Take a closer look. Education for all African countries Earstern countries Asian countries western countries
  15. 15. Video time……
  16. 16. o Inclusive education and no discriminationo Eleven official languages.o Elimination of poverty and inequalities.
  17. 17.  More skills will be obtained. The state will be involved in ensuring that the resources are available for all the learners. The schools will be funded equally.
  18. 18.  Public services such infrastructure. Public schools. Access to free education.
  19. 19.  Different teaching strategies. Exploring new tools for learning. Lesson plans always up to date. Teaching basic skills. Learning new methods of teaching.
  20. 20.  The importance of group work. Computer tutorials. Computer games to stimulate learning. Assessments and feed back
  21. 21.  Technology advancement and teacher training is crucial The state is a helping hand. The one goal campaign is another strategy for good economic growth. Teacher training and upgrading qualifications is also essential. The need for communications and an educated society is also important. Strategic methods and tools for teaching.