Monday, November 12th, 2012 | training
The short answer to this question is: a lot of training.
At least the same amount of money that schools spend on hardware and software should be devoted to ICT training of teachers.
Most ICT tools were not specifically designed for educational purposes; teachers must be helped to discover their classroom potential.
Being computer literate is only the first step for teachers who want to use ICT as a teaching tool.
For teachers to succeed with ICT they need a paradigm shift – this means thinking differently about teaching and learning. This process can only happen if training takes place over an extended period.
ICT training of teachers is labour intensive but, without it, technology in education has no chance of success.
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