The use of ICT in modern education Eva Nikmatul rabbianty Iain madura

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The use of ICT in modern education Eva Nikmatul rabbianty Iain madura

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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What is ICT

Component of ICT

Types of ICT

ICT Tools in education

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ICT strategies in education

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Why teachers need ict professional development?

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How to develop the teachers ict professional development (my way)

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— Christian Lous Lange, Historian

“ “Technology is a useful servant but a dangerous master.” .”

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WHAT IS ict?

Stands for "Information and Communication Technologies." ICT refers to technologies that provide access to information through telecommunications . This includes the Internet , wireless networks, cell phones, and other communication mediums. In short, it helps human everyday tasks such as: sending an email, making a video call, searching the internet, using a tablet or mobile phone, and more.

Stands for "Information and Communication Technologies." ICT refers to technologies that provide access to information through telecommunications . This includes the Internet , wireless networks, cell phones, and other communication mediums. In short, it helps human everyday tasks such as: sending an email, making a video call, searching the internet, using a tablet or mobile phone, and more.

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https://www.mindmeister.com/

Components of ICT

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Types of ICt skills

Email Management and Setup Online Research Social Media Management Online Collaboration Data Management and Queries Desktop Publishing Smartphones and Tablets Word Processing More ICT Skills www.thebalancecareers.com

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Go gle Apps

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E-learning

Group Discussion

E-Modules

Ict strategies in education

Video conferencing

open and distance learning

ICT based assessment

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This list includes: Planning - selecting and preparing websites, programs and ICT resources so that they are available for both teacher and students when required. Using new resources - not being afraid to try different technologies. Promoting student reflection - encouraging students to use blogs and networks to discuss tasks and reflect on their own work and that of others. Cooperation and collaboration - encouraging students to become experts, problem solve, and help each other with their ICT work. Working within constraints - being creative with the resources available.

T eachers’ list of strategies for integrating ICT into their classrooms

professional development program in Victoria, (Chittleborough, Campbell, Hubber, & Tytler, n.d.).

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Why teachers need ict professional development ?

Teachers remain central to the learning process ( The existence of ICTs does not transform teacher practices) ICTs should be seen as tools to help teachers create more 'learner-centric' learning environments (not replacing teachers). ICTs can be used to support change and to support/extend existing teaching practices ( online learning/online test/online collaboration, etc) Using ICTs as tools for information presentation is of mixed effectiveness ( presentation are help by the use of overhead and LCD projectors, television, electronic whiteboards, guided "web-tours")

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WHY TEACHERS NEED ICT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT? "Teachers need specific professional development opportunities in order to increase their ability to use ICT for formative learning assessments, individualized instruction, accessing online resources, and for fostering student interaction and collaboration." - UNESCO

WHY TEACHERS NEED ICT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT? "Teachers need specific professional development opportunities in order to increase their ability to use ICT for formative learning assessments, individualized instruction, accessing online resources, and for fostering student interaction and collaboration." - UNESCO

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How to develop the teachers ict professional development (my way)

Pra ctice using technology by process because ICT is fast growing . Ask a friends for tips and trick. Watch a (free) tutorial. Attend a (free) class. Apply and be motivated

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Ict tools in language learning (advise from www.myenglishpages.com )

Ict tools in language learning (advise from www.myenglishpages.com )

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it’s Microsoft’s solution for encouraging collaborative work. Create teams in each classroom where class jobs are shared, assignments are given out, and other participants can chat.

There are four types of tests: contest, puzzle, debate, and survey. Games can be projected on a screen, making the entire class participate and having students respond from their computers or mobile devices.

save files such as documents, images, and presentations. But storage is not your only feature, as it allows you to synchronize folders with classmates, students, and family members. You can also talk to other users through the feedback system and access it from different devices.

Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams

Kahoot

Kahoot

Dropbox

Dropbox

reading on electronic devices and also underlining appointments and creating notes. It allows you to import clippings from your ebooks, and then select them and organize them into categories and tags.

Create graphics at an instant using students' input

Animaker is home to the largest collection of animated characters, properties

Clippings

Clippings

Mentimeter

Mentimeter

Animaker

Animaker

ICT Tools in education ( widely used)

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Reading/ writing-facilitative e-tools

Some ICT tools can facilitate and boost teaching and learning of writing and reading skills. Examples of these tools include online boards, online journals, blogs, wikis, and e-books.

https://webwhiteboard.com/ https://penzu.com https://www.wikispaces.com/content/classroom https://www.blogger.com/

https://webwhiteboard.com/ https://penzu.com https://www.wikispaces.com/content/classroom https://www.blogger.com/

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Listening/speaking-facilitative e-tools

The listening skill can be developed through ICT tools such as: Video and audio files; Podcasts (syndicated audio files) and vodcasts (syndicated video files); Audio Video sharing libraries like YouTube.

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Digital Assessment Tools to Try

Google Forms : Create forms with hyperlinks, images, and videos. Use them for surveying and quizzes. Plickers : Plickers is a simple app that lets teachers collect real-time formative assessment data without the need for student devices. Poll Everywhere : A real-time polling app that works with mobile, Twitter, or in your web browser. Nearpod : Nearpod works in the browser of any device to let you create or upload a slideshow, to which you then add your own questions. Classflow : Classflow lets you build lessons using cards you create using the content of your choice.

Google Forms : Create forms with hyperlinks, images, and videos. Use them for surveying and quizzes. Plickers : Plickers is a simple app that lets teachers collect real-time formative assessment data without the need for student devices. Poll Everywhere : A real-time polling app that works with mobile, Twitter, or in your web browser. Nearpod : Nearpod works in the browser of any device to let you create or upload a slideshow, to which you then add your own questions. Classflow : Classflow lets you build lessons using cards you create using the content of your choice.

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Formative : Formative lets you create lessons using any Internet-connected device and is optimized for 1:1, BYOD, flipped or blended classrooms. Get results and respond in real time. Padlet : A free website for collecting and sharing text, images, videos, and files. Seesaw : Students show their work with photos, videos, drawings, text, PDFs, and links. You can also import directly from most popular apps. Quizizz : Another great game and quiz-making application. Quizlet : Lets students learn and improve by studying with flashcards, games and more. SketchParty TV : A Pictionary-style drawing game, perfect for reinforcing vocabulary and visual communication skills.

Formative : Formative lets you create lessons using any Internet-connected device and is optimized for 1:1, BYOD, flipped or blended classrooms. Get results and respond in real time. Padlet : A free website for collecting and sharing text, images, videos, and files. Seesaw : Students show their work with photos, videos, drawings, text, PDFs, and links. You can also import directly from most popular apps. Quizizz : Another great game and quiz-making application. Quizlet : Lets students learn and improve by studying with flashcards, games and more. SketchParty TV : A Pictionary-style drawing game, perfect for reinforcing vocabulary and visual communication skills.

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