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Information and Communication Technologies in Education LessonsLessons for ICT in EducationCharles University and Intel support initiative to demonstrate and evaluate use cases for Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the classroomFounded 1348, Charles University in Prague is one of the world’s oldest universities. It frequently ranks highly among global league tables, validating its reputation as a leading center of learning both within the Czech Republic and internationally. Its Faculty of Education has about 4,200 students, training as teachers and for other pedagogical roles for all types and levels of education. As information and communication technologies become more prevalent in both the workplace and the classroom, the Faculty wanted to investigate the link between ICT and improved learning in more detail.Challenges• Equip learners for the future. Support pupils in the development of core ICT skills in preparation for a digital future• Demonstrate best practices. Put various ICT use cases to the test in a real classroom environment to identify what works best• Validate ICT use. Implement effective and simple-to-execute methodologies for evaluating the impact of ICT on learningRead the full Information and Communication Technologies in Education Lessons Case Study.
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