Month: October 2015

Supporting Education Environment Using IT Resources

A Knowledge-Based Economy The development of digital communications and collaborative technologies has transformed the world. Ideas and knowledge – not materials and physical labor – provide the bedrock for economic growth and development. The classroom, rather than the factory, provides the motor for development. We have moved from an industry-based world economy to a knowledge-based […]

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The Impact of ICT in Teaching and Learning Practices

Can ICT really make a difference in the teaching and learning process? Technology can expand learning and teaching opportunities through: Personalised Learning Revisit learning and learn more independently Follow personalized learning pathways Engaging Learning Learn more creatively and through rich media resources Engage dynamically and learn through ICT simulations of real-world events Accessibility and Collaboration […]

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