Step-by-step approach: The integration of ICT in the classroom in rural African schools

Resource type
Conference Paper
Author/contributor
Title
Step-by-step approach: The integration of ICT in the classroom in rural African schools
Abstract
This paper will focus on how ICT in the classroom could really work to provide the children the education they need in this 21st century. Learning for children with the use of ICT in the classroom can work if teachers have the ability and skills to integrate ICT in their classroom. This is where the headmasters play a crucial role, if the teachers are supported by the surrounding education system. Simply placing hardware in schools will NOT improve the quality of teaching and learning. The work of IICD has demonstrated that for ICT to become real instruments of learning, the teachers are the important key to achieve results. The IICD approach will be illustrated in relation to the “ICT enabled school program” in Ghana.
Date
29-30 October 2014
Conference Name
eChallenges 2014
Pages
8
Language
en
Library Catalog
Zotero
Citation
Koopman, M. (2014). Step-by-step approach: The integration of ICT in the classroom in rural African schools. 8. https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7058144