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ICT strategies for schools: a guide for school administrators/ by Laxman Mohanty and Neharika Vohra

By: Mohanty, Laxman.
Contributor(s): Vohra, Neharika.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi Sage Publications 2006Description: 205 p.ISBN: 076193541X.Subject(s): Educational technology | Computer-assisted instruction | information Communication Technology | Information technologyDDC classification: FP 370.285 Summary: Recognizing the potential of ICTs to make tau2F curriculum significantly more relevant and purposeful, principals and school administrators in India have to design appropriate IT strategies and oversee the entire implementation process in their schools. This book is a guide to the use of ICT in schools, covering issues of pedagogy, curriculum, and learning. In brief, it deals with educational uses of IT; criteria for selection of hardware and software; designing an IT-assisted curriculum; teacher recruitment, training and desired competencies; management and financial issues; and possible problem areas: plagiarism, privacy, hacking. Lucidly written, with case studies highlighting successful strategies, this volume will be of immense importance to principals and administrators of schools as also students of education.
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Recognizing the potential of ICTs to make tau2F curriculum significantly more relevant and purposeful, principals and school administrators in India have to design appropriate IT strategies and oversee the entire implementation process in their schools. This book is a guide to the use of ICT in schools, covering issues of pedagogy, curriculum, and learning. In brief, it deals with educational uses of IT; criteria for selection of hardware and software; designing an IT-assisted curriculum; teacher recruitment, training and desired competencies; management and financial issues; and possible problem areas: plagiarism, privacy, hacking. Lucidly written, with case studies highlighting successful strategies, this volume will be of immense importance to principals and administrators of schools as also students of education.

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