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|Title: ||The impact of information and communication Technology on Teaching English Tenses at the secondary School level|
|Keywords: ||ICT impact -teaching, Teaching English Tenses|
|Researcher: ||Shirode, Dnyaneshwar|
|Guide(s): ||Phadke, Vivekanand|
|Registration Date: ||05/07/2011|
|Abstract: ||Society is undergoing a transformation evoked by the rapid development and diffusion of communication and information technology in all walks of life. A high degree of computerization, increase in the volume of electronic information coupled with global access to information, are some of the factors underlying the present process of transformation. Communication and computer technologies have occupied the centre stage of all developments and are making a profound impact on society, e.g. computerized accounting in banks, online payment of property tax, etc.
newlineIt has also made a considerable impact on teaching learning process. New types of educational technologies like E-Learning CDs, DVD Lectures, Virtual Classes, etc are emerging at an ever- accelerating pace, paralleling the innovations in information and communication technologies. The implementation of new educational technology in the class helps to shift focus from teacher-centered to student-centered. The explosion in the field of knowledge and information technology has virtually altered the characteristics of the learning environment, paving the way for new learning environments and the emerging new learners. By taking this background into consideration, it is the utmost need of the society for research in the field of use of computers and computer aided technology or information and communication technology in the teaching learning process.
|Appears in Department:||Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences|
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