E-learning has enabled the more efficient recording and transmission of curriculum to learners, changing the contexts of teacher and student interactions and effectively enabling every institution to become a potential provider of distance learning. In general, however, the uses of ICT in today’s classrooms are restricted to traditional teaching approaches. The success of e-learning will depend on a revolutionary move away from replicating traditional classroom-based teaching practices. It is important to explore the capacity of ICT for enabling learners to construct their own understanding of phenomena.
Key Learning AreasTechnology
Subject HeadingsSchool leadership
Information and Communications Technology (ICT)