Increasing learner access to information and communication technologies (ICT) in the curriculum is strategically important to ensure that school leavers moving into the labour market or into further study have the appropriate background and capacities to succeed.Pelgrum and Anderson (1999) did not interpret the results further due to the many questions that they still had in this connection. ... more in-depth observations and triangilation procedures that would be followed in Module 2 would be necessary to answer this and other questions. ... Most schools had a policy that teachers must receive training, and as a result many teachers attended basic ICT courses.
|Title||:||Information and Communication Technologies in South African Secondary Schools|
|Author||:||Sarah J. Howie, Anton Muller, Andrew Paterson|
|Publisher||:||HSRC Press - 2005-01-01|