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Information and Communication Technology

Discussion in 'Computing and ICT' started by elysseperry3217, Apr 19, 2019.

  1. elysseperry3217

    elysseperry3217 New commenter

    Hello everyone,

    There are many reasons why students need to study ict. Its impact into the lives of the students and its contribution to the society is important in the improvement of the lives of every individual. Being knowledgeable about the technology and being not ignorant to what are the updates of this generation is one of a great edge of an effective student. Information and Communication Technology is a tool that can help the students in learning a new lesson and in seeking answers of the different questions that the world would throw unto them.

    A student that is studying ICT is a student that is computer literate. He/she is knowledgeable about how effective the social world is. Millennials nowadays, the teenagers of this generation must learn and know technology and its benefits. They must be aware of the things which made our work easier and accurate.

    Overall, ICT really has a big contribution not only in the lives of the students studying it but also in the society at large. Its advantages would really help in the improvement of everybody's life. This would make the lifestyle of every individual easier, faster and more accurate. We are now in the 21st century where machines are all over the globe and if we are illiterate about it our lives would not be as effective as to those who knew how to operate it.

    Thank you!
  2. NeitherMouseNorSock

    NeitherMouseNorSock New commenter

    'As part of your PGCE you must post to a professional forum' :rolleyes:
  3. binaryhex

    binaryhex Lead commenter

    LOL, Tick!

    ..... even if the forums get about a dozen posts a month these days. Whatever happened to TES? They used to be really busy places to debate 5 years ago. Now, most posts seem to come from TES employees themselves, who quote their own paper’s articles to try to drum up a bit of controversy. So much censorship. So little bite to news these days, not keeping on top of reporting really serious situations, like the collapse of Computing, putting NEEC under the spotlight for nepotism and a lack of transparency over the lost £80M, the collapse of good behaviour in schools .....
  4. NeitherMouseNorSock

    NeitherMouseNorSock New commenter

    Society became apathetic to everything. #Dystopia
  5. dalersmith

    dalersmith Occasional commenter

    A very nicely written argument on the reason we should never have abolished the ICT program of study, both ICT and Computer Science are needed, the majority of students need ICT not computer science. Saying that you shouldnt exclude students from Computer science based on ability. Accountability is the problem.

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