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Capacity Building for it in Education in Developing Countries

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This volume examines the needs, practices, experiences, peer support and accessibility of resources, both human and technical, for information technologies in developing countries. Seven main themes are presented in the book: experiences from a variety of national policies, strategies and initiatives; information technologies as tools for teaching and learning at all levels; the role of vocational education in information technology; information technology as a teaching subject; information technologies as tools for educational administration and support; building physical resources, skills and knowledge as well as access to those resources in developing countries; and action plans for proposed projects at local and national levels.

Table of Contents

Preface; D. Watson. Introduction; G. Marshall, M. Ruohonen. Part I: National Perspectives. 1. Nordic cooperation on communication and information technologies and didactics in education; P. Bollerslev. 2. Building resource capacity for IT education and training in schools - the case of Botswana; S. Ojo, B. Awuah. 3. Computer education and human capacity building for information technology in Namibia; G. Kiangi. 4. Schools with SPIRIT capacity building in The Netherlands; P. Hogenbirk. 5. Information technology in Norwegian education - consistency of strategic initiatives implementing IT in primary education; S. Røsvik. 6. Development of information technology in Hong Kong education over the past decade; A. Fung. 7. Fighting a lone battle for computer education in Nepal; H.G. Shrestha. Part II: Building Skills in the National Context. 8. Building the skills gap in Zimbabwe; A. Sithole. 9. Information technology education and training initiatives - the Nigerian experience; U. Modum. 10. Using applications programs in a university to build human capacity for information technology; D. Arganbright. Part III: Targetted Projects. 11. Infrastructure issues for implementation of portable computer use in schools; A. McDougall. 12. Capacity building with a difference; S. Gumbo. 13. Principles, information technology and leadership - coping with professional development despite isolation; W. Newman. 14. Communicate and learn - a collaborative project; Z. Ji-Ping, J. Moonen. 15. The effect of network technology on education; A. Knierzinger. Part IV: Classroom-based Initiatives. 16. Technology and young children - new strategies to prevent illiteracy and create better chances of success for all; R. Cohen. 17. Designing logo-based microworlds for effective learning - a road to improving teacher education; M. Turcsányi-Szabó. Part V: Research for IT-based Education. 18. The needs and challenges of information systems education - the case of Nigerian universities; M. Ruohonen, O. Adelakun. 19. Blame the technocentric artefact! What research tells us about problems inhibiting teacher use of IT; D. Watson. 20. Measuring success in the global village - resources for conducting systematic and comprehensive evaluations in IT settings; G. Marshall. Part VI: Resource Acquisition, Allocation and Utilization. 21. The role of educational and professional bodies in guidance towards capacity planning; P. Juliff. 22. The European computer driving licence; D. Dolan. 23. Information literacy - the missing link in education, with special reference to developing countries; J. Isaac. 24. Maximizing the benefits of aid for information technology; I. Mitchell. 25. Building capacity for information technology in educational management in developing countries; A.J. Visscher. 26. Information technology resources for education in developing countries; M. Williams. Part VII: A Curriculum for the Future. 27. The need for a new perspective - creating learning networks for African teachers: change, professional developments and ICTs; D. Berg, J. Vogelaar. 28. Informatics for secondary education - the UNESCO/IFIP curriculum as a resource for developed and developing countries; T. van Weert. Part VIII: Workshop Presentations. 29. Teaching informatics as a subject; P. Huberwieser, S. Friedrich. 30. Using hypermedia and the internet in the teaching of mathematics; K. Norwood. 31. Information technology and problem solving in mathematics education; G. Dettori, S. Greco, E. Lemut. 32. Appropriate research in IT in emerging countries; P. Nicholson. Part IX: Discussion Group Recommendations. 33. Discussion group 1 - IT in curriculum and courseware development. 34. Discussion group 2 - Policies, strategies and initiatives of ICT in education. 35. Discussion group 3 - Guidelines and directions for ICT policy in education. 36. Discussion group 4 - IT education delivery and learning. 37. Discussion group 5 - Information technology in institutional administration and management. 38. Discussion group 6 - Building resource accessibility in developing countries. Alphabetical list of participants. Index of contributors. Keyword index.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780412814600
Author:
Marshall, Gail
Publisher:
Springer
Other:
Marshall, G.
Editor:
Ruohonen, Mikko
Author:
Ruohonen, Mikko
Location:
Boston, MA
Subject:
Education
Subject:
Computer-assisted instruction
Subject:
Educational software
Subject:
Artificial Intelligence - General
Subject:
Information technology
Subject:
Intelligence (AI) & Semantics
Subject:
Management of Computing and Information Systems
Subject:
Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics)
Subject:
Software Engineering - Programming and Languages
Subject:
Information Management
Subject:
Computer Science
Subject:
Language, literature and biography
Subject:
Information Systems
Subject:
Artificial Intelligence
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Book
Series:
IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology
Publication Date:
19980228
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Language:
English
Pages:
376
Dimensions:
235 x 155 mm 1560 gr

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