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Title: Information and communication technology as a pedagogical tool in teacher preparation and higher education
Authors: Yang, Chien Hui
Tzuo, Pei-Wen
Higgins, Heidi
Tan, Clarence Puay Yon
Keywords: Information and communication technology
Pedagogical tools
Issue Date: 2012
Citation: Yang, C., Tzuo, P., Higgins, H., & Tan, C. P. Y. (2012). Information and communication technology as a pedagogical tool in teacher preparation and higher education. Journal of College Teaching and Learning, 9(4), 327-338.
Abstract: Under the current trend of globalization and economic dynamics, the accountability of our educational systems is being seriously tested. In response to the demands of the future, the Ministry of Education (MOE) in Singapore has wisely proposed several initiatives to promote the integration of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in education, and to increase the competitiveness of the workforce by emphasizing inquiry-based learning, higher order thinking, and problem solving (i.e., Thinking Schools Learning Nation, Students’ Effective Engagement and Development). This study asserts that these two goals, rather than being mutually exclusive, are highly related. Research has shown that integrating technology in teaching and learning can have positive influences on higher order thinking, students’ motivation, inquiry-based learning, attitudes, achievement, and peer interactions in the classrooms (Bennett, 2001; Schofield, 1995).
ISSN: 1544-0389 (print)
2157-894X (online)
Other Identifiers: 10.19030/tlc.v9i4.7303
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