What are the weaknesses of information technology in education?
That it is difficult to keep current in terms of cutting-edge teaching, practice and follow-up are the weaknesses of information technology in education.
Specifically, information technology describes the gathering, handling and spreading of numerical, pictorial, textual and vocal information by means of computers and telecommunications. This type of technology quickly gets dated what with technological leaps and bounds just about every six months. Given the current economic woes, it in fact is difficult for an educational institution to have more than survival levels of resources to devote to information technology instruction. Indeed, information technology instruction requires not only instructors strong on communication and research skills but also opportunities for practical application of classroom concepts and for follow-ups on significant technological innovations and updates.
Information technology has led to many advancements in Kenya from E-commerce to advancing the speed of communication. The use of information technology in education has made education more accessible than ever and improvements made in security have greatly improved the feeling of safety in business.
Alan Clarke has written: 'How to use technology effectively in post-compulsory education' -- subject(s): Aids and devices, Adult education, Digital communications, Computer-assisted instruction, Educational technology, Continuing education, Teaching, Study and teaching (Continuing education), Information technology, Post-compulsory education 'E-learning skills' -- subject(s): Computer network resources, Internet in education, Computer-assisted instruction 'ICT' -- subject(s): Computers, Information technology, Study and teaching (Continuing education)
Roger Crawford has written: 'Managing information technology in secondary schools' -- subject(s): Computer-assisted instruction, Data processing, Education, Education, Secondary, Great Britain, Information technology, Secondary Education 'Building a School Web Site' 'How High Can You Bounce?' -- subject(s): Psychological aspects, Psychological aspects of Success, Resilience (Personality trait), Success 'GCSE Information Systems and Information Technology'
Kevin Robins has written: 'The technical fix' -- subject(s): Aims and objectives, Business and education, Data processing, Economic aspects, Economic aspects of Education, Education, Educational technology, Electronic digital computers, Study and teaching 'Times of technoculture' -- subject(s): Communication and culture, Information society, Information technology, Social aspects, Social aspects of Information technology
Polley A. McClure has written: 'Educause Leadership Strategies, Organizing & Managing Information Resources on Your Campus' 'The crisis in information technology support' -- subject(s): Data processing, Education, Higher, Effect of technological innovations on, Higher Education, Information technology, Management, Universities and colleges
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I earned my Bachelor's degree in Information Technology, and don't use it in my work at all. I have a Master's degree in Adult Education, which I make extensive use of in my work in investment education. I earned my Bachelor's degree in Information Technology, and don't use it in my work at all. I have a Master's degree in Adult Education, which I make extensive use of in my work in investment education.
Technology and Livelihood Education (LTE) is a part of secondary education curriculum. The areas that are mainly covered under this subject are Information and Technology, Agriculture and Fishery Arts, Home Economics and Industrial Arts. The main objective of this module is to enable the students to start their own small household enterprise with the help of their family members and earn a livelihood. It is divided into types technical-vocational education and entrepreneurial education based LTE.