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Most countries in the region have introduced initiatives to integrate information and communication technologies (ICTs) in education with the purpose of modernizing pedagogical classroom practices to meet the needs of 21st. century society and improve the quality of the teaching-learning process for students in the Americas. Join this group if you are interested in discussing this topic with other colleagues in the Americas.

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ICT and Quality of Education

Started by ITEN. Last reply by Nicole Apr 4. 6 Replies

Research has not yet proved that introducing ICT in the classrooms has had a the desired positive effect to improve educational indicators. In your opinion: What are the factors that could contribute…Continue

Bring your friends to ITEN, and become the regional star of a webinar presented to all the Americas!

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Bring your friends to ITEN, and become the regional star of a webinar presented to all the Americas!For the grand finale of this year, ITEN invites you to be the presenter of its last 2014 webinar…Continue

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Comment by Judica Gore on June 9, 2015 at 1:42pm

 While the research is limited in determining whether ICT in the classroom has had the desired positive effects to improve  educational indicators, I am of the view that we cannot ignore the fact that it is a an effective means of engaging the learner. The use of ICT in the classroom if integrated well can contribute to the overall development of the learner. 

Comment by mi colegio en la nube on May 28, 2014 at 11:28pm

la importancia de las TIC es total, hoy por hoy todos los recursos y actividades educativas giran alrededor de estas. De ahi la importancia de usarlas para mejorar la calidad, y mejorar los procesos de enseñanza y aprendizaje, desde la exploracion de ambientes ubicuos de aprendizaje, que muchos docentes no aprovechamos para motivar el aprendizaje en los estudiantes.

Comment by ITEN on April 30, 2014 at 2:58pm

Don’t miss the opportunity to participate in the inaugural Reinventing the Classroom conference: “How Ed Tech Is Reshaping the Classroom Experience.” This free event is being held online, in a webinar format, Wednesday April 30th  and Thursday May 1st.

 

To attend the conference, visit: http://bit.ly/1khIA9c

Comment by ITEN on April 28, 2014 at 12:16pm

Free online conference April 30 - May 1 - Reinventing the Classroom: How Ed Tech Is Reshaping the Classroom Experience. Great keynote speakers and sessions! To learn more and to see the full schedule in your own time zone, visithttp://ReinventingTheClassroom.com./ Watch the Twitter hashtag#reinvent14 for updates and information.

Comment by ITEN on April 25, 2014 at 12:17pm

Research: Most Teachers Use Technology, Few See Improvements in Achievement

In this article, Joshua Bolkan approaches to the results of the survey “Technology Use in the Classroom: Benefits and Barriers”, commissioned by digedu and where 620 current K-12 teachers from the United States were polled.

To read the complete article, please visit: http://bit.ly/1k1xxlE

Comment by Laureen Fregeau on November 8, 2013 at 2:13pm

I have found that using technology that students already use in their daily lives (e.g. Facebook) for communication between myself and between students is efficient and motivates me and students to keep in touch with all the little "bumps" in the class. Questions can be answered very quickly - no waiting for the next class or when I get around to my email. Students often answer classmates questions. In a generation where youth are always "connected" it makes sense to take advantage of the tools they use to connect them to learning.

Comment by Christine Seivwright on March 11, 2013 at 10:16pm
It is so important to be exposed to cutting edge teaching and learning strategies. Knowledge is really power because with it you can be or do anything yo want to do and be.
A knowledgeable teacher can do so much in a teaching and learning environment with simple everyday pieces of technology such as the Smart phones.
Comment by James Montufar on February 10, 2013 at 12:30pm

I think that we need to make the research and tests to have the evidence and the documents to show with results that the level of educations is increasing using them (TICs). So people that are using them nowadays must make the polls and show us the results. Motivation is key to learn better as we see.

Comment by David Vicente Molina Palma on January 8, 2013 at 9:00pm

hello, I know more about the TICs

Comment by ITEN on January 7, 2013 at 12:25pm

TECHNOLOGY: “How (And Why) Teachers Should Blog

An article by Edudemic

So how do I get techno-nervous teachers at my school to read my blog, write their own blogs and encourage their students to write one too? 


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