Wednesday January 29, 2020

ICT crucial when engaging students

Structured integration of ICT in classrooms is essential in order that technology can be used to improve how we teach, and not reinforce old habits.

Killian Woods

Business reporter

22nd August, 2015
Mary Cleary, deputy chief executive of ICS Skills

Keeping children and young adults engaged in their education has been one of the most difficult roles educators have been confronted with. Even when using ICT, which has been shown to improve engagement, it is important to ensure the technology is being used to encourage structured learning.

Working under its parent organisation, the Irish Computer Society, ICS Skills is a charity which focuses on integrating technology into lesson plans and showing teachers how they can...

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