A framework for evaluating ICT use in teacher education A case study of the primary teacher training colleges in Kenya John Oredo Otieno
By: John Oredo Otieno.
Contributor(s): Acosta, Freddie (Dr.) [Supervisor].Publisher: Nairobi Strathmore University 2008Description: xiii, 92p ill.Subject(s): Information Communication Technology -- Education | E-learningOnline resources: Click here to read the full-text thesis online. Full text available at :http://www.e-library.strathmore.edu/xmlui/handle/123456789/923
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A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the degree of Master of Science in Information Technology at Strathmore University.
Teachers are under increasing pressure to use Information and Communication Technology to impart to students the knowledge, skills and attitudes they need to survive in the 21st Century. The teaching profession needs to migrate from a teacher centered lecture based instruction, to a student-centered interactive learning environment. To attain this aspiration, an ICT enabled teacher education is fundamental. Towards this end, international and national authorities have been spending huge amounts of money to facilitate the implementation of ICT teacher education. This work attempts to evaluate the ueage of the available ICT facilities in Kenyan Public primary teacher colleges focusing ion the quantity of computer use,and the levels attained in terms of using ICT's support.
Full text available at : http://www.e-library.strathmore.edu/xmlui/handle/123456789/923