Ict Competency Standards for Teachers

@inproceedings{Khan2007IctCS,
  title={Ict Competency Standards for Teachers},
  author={Abdul Waheed Khan and Abdel Elah and A. A. Bennett and Alex Wong and Allan Jolliffe and Ammar H. Alhusaini and Andrea K{\'a}rp{\'a}ti and Astrid Dufborg and Barbara Lockee and Chirs Dede and Chris Morley and Claude Luttgens and Cristi{\'a}n Cox and Diogo A. A. Vasconcelos and Doug Brown and Ellie Meleisea and Gabriel Accascina and Gordon Shukwit and Hala Lattouf and Herve Marche and Hoda Baraka and U. Kulsoom Abdul and Waheed N Khan and Armelle Arrou and Elizabeth Longworth and Caroline Pontefract and Cedric Wachholz and George F Haddad and J F Dauphin and Mariana Patru and Miriam Nisbet and Ren{\'e} Cluzel and Tarek Shawki and Yong-Nam Kim and Hugh Jagger and John Couch and Johnson Nkuuhe and Khalid Touqan and Kilemi Mwiria and Mostafa Naserddin and Nancy Law and Niki Davis and O. Erstad and Osama Mimi and Oskar Sandholt and Pascal Cagni and Paul Nicholson and Pornpun Waitayangkoon and Rita Darmanin Ellul and Ronald Owsten and Soon Fook Fong and Theo Teeder and Tim Unwin and Yosri El-Gamal and Alethea Lodge-Clarke and Claudia M Toth and Don Knezek and Frank Mccosker and Jim Wynn and Julie Clugage and Lizzie Range and Lynn Nolan and Mark A East and Martina Roth and Michelle Selinger and Paul D. Hengeveld and Robert Kozma and Wendy Hawkins},
  year={2007}
}
Foreword To live, learn, and work successfully in an increasingly complex, information-rich and knowledge-based society, students and teachers must utilize technology effectively. Within a sound educational setting, technology can enable students to become: • Capable information technology users • Information seekers, analyzers, and evaluators • Problem solvers and decision makers • Creative and effective users of productivity tools Through the ongoing and effective use of technology in the… CONTINUE READING
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