Friday, April 22nd, 2011 | technology, Tips
Some claim that computer rooms are of little value in schools. Does a computer room have a place in a modern school? Consider the following points:
When a school has limited funds, a computer room allows all learners in the school to move through it on at equitable basis.
When technology enters a school the first time a computer room has the advantage of providing a training venue for teachers.
Converting a classroom into a computer room doesn’t rob the school of a teaching venue if it’s used for teaching and learning.
In a computer room, learners can acquire computer skills while working under the supervision and guidance of a teacher.
Computer rooms and classroom ICTs both have a place in schools provided they are used optimally by teachers and learners.
These thoughs were tweeted by @e4africa with the tag #ictschooltip.
4 Comments to Is there any justification for a computer room in a school?
- Publishers must provide content that FET colleges can put into their Learning Management Systems ... #motheoconf2013 Tweeted 13 hours ago
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- Seek an educational solution of an educaitonal problem, not a technology solution for an educational problem. #motheoconf2013 Tweeted 14 hours ago
- Money can't put right what our sham education system has left out over the course of a learner's schooling ... #motheoconf2013 Tweeted 14 hours ago
- He that does not know that he does not know, does not know that he does not know (Peter Mkhari) #motheoconf2013 Tweeted 14 hours ago
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