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Comment by Olita Tupou on August 10, 2017 at 11:15am

Hi Ginger I just saw this Blog - and its your page!- Its a good learning curve for me!

Comment by Virginia (Ginger) Paque on April 23, 2015 at 2:38pm

Thanks, Hafedh, very interesting points noting the overlap between ICTs, IG, multistakeholderism and education. I'm looking forward to more posts from you and your colleagues.

Comment by HAFEDH AL YAHMADI on April 18, 2015 at 10:37pm

Hi Folks; how are you doing?

I have been invited recently by an education research center to speak about the six dimensions of the twenty first century Learning design where the use of Internet and ICT are part of these six dimension among the collaboration, knowledge construction, qualified communication, problem resolution in a real environment and autoself evaluation. As you may noticed that all of these skills are part of the modern society leadership skills. In fact these skills are the result of the UNESCO and more than 500 ICT corporations (Cisco, IBM, Microsoft, etc ..) research on what we should learn on our schools in the 21 century. Internet is in the heart of these project. In tunisia, the ministry of education is lanching a big project of education reform where all the primary schools should be connected by a Broadband connection, a slate for all students by 2020. a cloud back office to put all the schools level curriculums and a national capacity building courses for teachers, along with a strategic change management plan. During my presentation of 20mn with the education directors, deans and the ministry of education experts, I emphasized the critical role of the internet in our schools and the bridging gap that can play between our todays children daily practices at home and the classrooms. I spoke about the importance to considere a good Inetrnet governance in the program and I listed the different thems we learned in diplo such the infrastructure governance issues (Connection, Back and front office, economic, legal, sociocultural and the human rights when it come to child abuse and non ethical content for the yout generation. I ended up my presentation by the importance of the stkeholder model to conduct this change (Civil society, Private sector, the Techical and academic community and the goverment). I said to the ministry of education decion makrs that they will not succedd if they ignore the other stakeholders during the reform and they should accept one voice among the four voices of the multistakeholdersim model. Lastly,  I ended up by the fact that ICT and internet in schools should be considered as a tool without touching the Professional identity of the teacher who remains the principal leader or actors of the successfull change. I would like folks to hear any similar experience in your countries, or a best practices of the internet use in an education reform in your schools. Thank you

Comment by Poncelet O. Ileleji on April 16, 2015 at 2:31am

A worthwhile discuss to go ahead with

 

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