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UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN SECONDARY EDUCATION Position paper

By Vladimir Kinelev, Piet Kommers and Boris Kotsik

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Information and Communication Technologies in Secondary Education. Position paper What is the role of education for the society development in the information age? What ICT means are required for the education to meet the claims of a modern society? What are the main features of ICT-mediated teaching and learning? What is the place of ICTs in the overall spectrum of modern didactic methods? What are the main features of teachers ’ ICT competence to provide appropriate knowledge and proficiency? Answers to these and many other questions of modern education development are the subject of this UNESCO IITE position paper. This paper provides an in-depth review of new strategies and tactics that aim to achieve learning progress for successful participation of new generations in the Information Society. The authors should express their gratitude to Ms Sonia Bahri, Chief of UNESCO Section for General Secondary Education, for her valuable contribution to the discussion of this position paper. Any part of this document may be freely reproduced with the appropriate acknowledgement

Topics: National Education Policies and Society Development.................................................
Year: 2013
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