Effectiveness of Activity Based ICT (Information and Communication Technology) Strategies in Development of Professional skills, Knowledge and Understanding and Attitude among Secondary School Teacher Trainees By Dr.Savitha N

In twenty first century education is based on child centered education. Hence all the teacher must should prepare to cope with different technology for using them in the classroom for making teaching-learning more interested. Activity based Information and Communication Technology strategies has enabled better and effective communication. It is an effective tool for information acquiring thus students are encouraged to look for information from multiple sources and they are now more informed than before. It is natural that in teacher-education must include new activity-based Information and Communication Technology strategies. Teachers should also know the right attitudes and values besides being proficient in professional skills related to teaching. Review made by the researcher in the clarified that certain projects and strategies were developed for activity-based ICT teaching-learning strategies in primary and secondary level of education, but effectiveness of activity-based ICT strategies in development of professional skills among student-teachers, that wasn’t ever experimented by any researcher. Hence the researcher felt that developing an activity-based ICT teaching-learning strategy in B.Ed. course could be a substantial solution for the problems in developing ICT teaching-learning skills among student-teachers and also to know its impact on their professional skill, knowledge and understanding and attitude among student-school teacher.

Keywords: activity-based ICT strategies, professional skills, knowledge, understanding, attitude, and student-teachers

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