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Learning Technology Research : Teachers Role In Ict


  • Asha Thokchom


Information Communication Technologies (ICT) are a part of our world and we use them everyday.ICT represents an important source of information about us and others, as well as about local and world events. A nation's economic wellbeing depends on the effective use of ICT. Teachers are important resources for modernization and change in education system. ICT will also require a modification of the role of the teacher, who in addition to class-room teaching will have other skills and responsibilities. Besides that ICT can also be very attractive too for providing educational opportunities to various learners. Basic aim of ICT in education is to utilize its equipment and tools in teaching and learning process as a medium and methodology. Key words: Information Communication Technology (ICT), Pedagogy, Potentials, Advantage , & Reservation of (ICT), Research Report.

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  • Asha Thokchom, 2013. "Learning Technology Research : Teachers Role In Ict," Working papers 2013-9-4, Voice of Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:vor:issues:2013-9-4

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