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Discussion in 'Computing and ICT' started by ashunthapereira, Jun 14, 2011.

  1. How to encourage an adult learners to adopt Information and Communciations Techonology (ICT) in their day- to-day activities ?
  2. These are the most poorly worded questions I've ever seen on the TES forums.......
    If you're teaching them ICT.. isn't that your job?
  3. becktonboy

    becktonboy New commenter

    tsk, jweb2k, not a very welcoming reply.
    OP - what context are you talking about, are these adult learners captive or self selecting? if the latter, how were they attracted? What do <u>you</u> want to teach them?
    In schools our curricula are proscribed, adults are more usually assumed to have some ownership of their learning and awareness of their learning needs/wants, providing an opportunity for real leducation as opposed to compulsory certification.
  4. colwynexile

    colwynexile Occasional commenter

    Shame jwebby,
    Apparently some people who first language isn't English use this site to help with their roles (both here and outside the UK) as teachers or role models, etc. Some people who are outside the UK don't know the situation here, and are genuinely interested or researching for part of their work
    But we're all ICT professionals; he / she's only posted a few times, the English is poor, there's no avatar picture to give a clue of their personality, we're all thinking it; How much money do you need to move out of the country, and what relation is the finance minister to you?
    I put the first part in as a caviat just in case they are genuine, and if so I am sorry for the second part. I do have a bit of previous after all (see link)

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