ICT in classrooms

 
Excellence in Technology-Enhanced Teaching and Learning
Excellence in Technology-Enhanced Teaching and Learning
Mmatlake Molaodi loves helping people and this is not only confined to his classroom but to the entire school community. “Experiencing people’s...
Panic adds urgency to ANC rhetoric
Panic adds urgency to ANC rhetoric
ANALYSISThe ANC has urged that the State of the Nation address should endorse the 12 urgent tasks identified by the movement but critics say...
Digital learning needs a light touch
Digital learning needs a light touch
South African education is increasingly concerned with how information and communications technology (ICT) can effectively be integrated into...
Make ICT use a collective effort
Make ICT use a collective effort
The education sector worldwide is changing too rapidly — because of the information communications technology revolution and the need for...
Schools can't ignore technology
Schools can't ignore technology
Today's youth are technologically switched on. Unlike many of their teachers, they were born in a world dominated by information and...
More than fancy IT machines
More than fancy IT machines
Even with all the changes promised by the digital revolution sweeping education, teachers' roles remain the same.
Crossing the teaching Rubicon
Crossing the teaching Rubicon
Revolutions do not sit well with the teaching profession. We are a conservative lot. We resist change. We have seen too many instant solutions, too...
Plugged-in learning reaps results
Plugged-in learning reaps results
The time has come to explore radical alternatives for in-service teacher training. In an article in the South African Medical Journal titled:...

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