Why and how are teachers integrating ICT (Information and Communication Technology) into primary education? In this course we analyse examples from schools in different parts of the world, and bring professional teachers, headteachers and policymakers together to share their best ideas and inspiring stories.
ICT in Primary Education: Transforming children's learning across the curriculumUniversity of London
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TOP REVIEWS FROM ICT IN PRIMARY EDUCATION: TRANSFORMING CHILDREN'S LEARNING ACROSS THE CURRICULUM
Sir, It was an amazing experience with .... I got an Excellent knowledge on ICT enabled classroom. So i requesting to all my friends to study this course to become a good teacher and a trainer.
I am not a teacher by profession but am looking to become a teacher and this was an excellent insight into how ICT can and should be used within primary education. Really enjoyable course!
It's being pleasure to have this course. It has completely changed my way of thinking in primary education. Now I can realize how ICT is important for next-generation children.
Thank you very much. I am glad to participating in this online course. This is my first course on Coursera and I learnt a new concept, theory, practice, experiment.
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