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Computing revolution and ICT Education in K-12 Schools and Future Perspectives

Information and Communication Technology has permeated in every walk of life affecting the technology fields such as launching satellites, managing businesses across the globe and also enabling social networking. The 21st century is characterized by the emergence of knowledge based society wherein ICT plays a pivotal role. (ICT) in schools has led to a major transformation of the educational landscape.

I remember a time when students and teachers had to make many trips to the library and find the right books for their homework and lesson plans. Now, with various Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the classroom and the computer lab, relevant information is just a click away. Technology has radically modified the way teachers teach and students learn. There is excitement among teachers and students alike to learn computer skills and be techno savvy.

A powerful tool for expanding educational opportunities

1) Anytime, anywhere
One defining feature of ICTs is their ability to transcend time and space. ICTs make possible asynchronous learning, or learning characterized by a time lag between the delivery of instruction and its reception by learners.
2) Access to remote learning resources
Teachers and learners no longer have to rely solely on printed books and other materials in physical media housed in libraries (and available in limited quantities) for their educational needs. ICTs also facilitate access to resource persons, mentors, experts, researchers, professionals, business leaders, and peers—all over the world.One of the most commonly cited reasons for using ICTs in the classroom has been to better prepare the current generation of students for a workplace where ICTs, particularly computers, the Internet and related technologies, are becoming more and more ubiquitous. Technological literacy, or the ability to use ICTs effectively and efficiently, is thus seen as representing a competitive edge in an increasingly globalizing job market.3) ICTs help prepare individuals for the workplace.

ICT provides a platform for innovation

ICT, when used effectively, can provide a platform for innovation in the academic process and bridge the gap caused due to various reasons. At TRIZ k12 platform, we understand that a good ICT solution is based on established learning approaches; it incorporates the perspectives of end users and is organically integrated into the school environment.

Future with endless possibilities

The future of ICT in education is filled with endless possibilities. Comprehensive education and IT policies like CBSE’s recent decision to make digital classrooms compulsory, greater focus on integrating ICT as a field of study into the curriculum, using it as a teaching aid, and entry of many private players in this sector will lead to overall improvement in the quality of education and development of the ICT industry.

Solution for

Tablet- A Digital Publishing, To Makes Knowledge More Accessible

Education is going to be more interactive, as the dream that of a owning a tablet which was once viewed as a corporate tool by school children has come to an end. The government, book publishers and the technology industry are considering a large-scale effort to push the tablets into schools to transform education through technology.

The tablet a portable medium that can access and store information, images, music, video games and other apps for various needs, with a battery life that could last all day. Putting educational materials into digital form is something new.

Address to the growing awareness

Empowering students learn through tablet is seen as a way to address the growing awareness and demand for preparing students to effectively participate in the emerging global knowledge economy. It is believed that, in order to maintain competitiveness in a global economy, traditional classroom practices must be re-conceptualized in a way that enables students to engage themselves in knowledge building, to become more self-directed, and to assume greater autonomy and social responsibility over their own learning.

Tablet learning Is Poised to Revolutionize education

The role of gadgets in education is often contested and debated, but tablet seems to offer more to educators than any other technology did in the past. With a single investment, schools will be able to provide updated information to students and also make learning more enjoyable for students.

“I like the tablet because, the weight, size and cost.Tablets are much easier to care for, weightless and can be put in a small backpack or in its own carrier. Battery life can be short but for the amount of good it provides I’ll stick with it. The cost is far less than some laptops or pc.

What do you think? How are you using tablets — either slate or convertible — in your classrooms?

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Computing revolution and ICT Education in K-12 Schools and Future Perspectives

Computing revolution and ICT Education in K-12 Schools and Future Perspectives

Information and Communication Technology has permeated in every walk of...

 

Tablet- A Digital Publishing, To Makes Knowledge More Accessible

Tablet- A Digital Publishing, To Makes Knowledge More Accessible

Education is going to be more interactive, as the dream...

 

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