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• online technology enables local doctors to
consult with their international colleagues
and other doctors in the scattere...
• instantaneous availability of data through
ICTs;
•
the future of education is heavily
dependent on ICTs;
• Internet
acce...
It identifies the following as the role of ICT
in Philippine education:
• revitalize our schools to make them into
dynamic...
• develop in our students skills and
capabilities to critically and intelligently
seek, absorb, analyse, manage and
presen...
Jhun Ar Ar R. Ramos
BSED-II
ICT More than a New Technology
ICT More than a New Technology
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ICT More than a New Technology

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Social dimensions of education

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ICT More than a New Technology

  1. 1. • online technology enables local doctors to consult with their international colleagues and other doctors in the scattered island communities; • the most appropriate technologies were seen as the ones that enabled the communities and organisations to communicate more efficiently (example was given of e-mail); • ICTs promote distance education at all levels;
  2. 2. • instantaneous availability of data through ICTs; • the future of education is heavily dependent on ICTs; • Internet access helps productivity, innovation and entrepreneurship to flourish; • ICTs are useful for job search by youths; and • ICTs are essential for the knowledge era.
  3. 3. It identifies the following as the role of ICT in Philippine education: • revitalize our schools to make them into dynamic, collaborative and innovative learning institutions where students can become more motivated, inquisitive and creative learners. • link up our students with the vast networked world of knowledge and information to enable them to acquire a broad knowledge base and a global outlook and provide them with the resources for the development of a creative mind;
  4. 4. • develop in our students skills and capabilities to critically and intelligently seek, absorb, analyse, manage and present information; • create new knowledge and products; and • develop in our students habits of selflearning to nurture the attitude and capability for lifelong learning.
  5. 5. Jhun Ar Ar R. Ramos BSED-II

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