Individual Case-Study Report
Topic: Education policy and developing the classroom through using the modern technology in the primary schools in India
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Please, follow the criteria and description of task
Use my points on the poster to write this task:
a) The challenges, which faced the educational policy
b) Educational Experts’ Recommendations
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Please, we don’t need to write the introduction for this case study and write about my points directly
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Description of Task
Each student will submit an individual case study report covering the area selected for the group work seminar presentation. This will be an in-depth analysis of the topic your group chose for the seminar and you should use the discussion and feedback from the presentation to shape your written report.
My points in the poster
a) The challenges, which faced the educational policy
There are some challenges will face the education policy when it wants to use of technologies both in the classrooms:
1-lack of qualified personnel to undertake the teaching activities
2-lack of capital to purchase the technology
4-The numbers of teachers with the required ICT training in the classrooms are few
5-The capital and energy requirements
7-Number of schools are not connected to electricity
b) Policy’ implementation by New Zealand primary schools
Using different ways of technology in their form of visual, audio as well as experimental methods.
Using of system based expertise
Bringing of The global investors to rais the education through the modern technology
Should treat with the technology as part of lesson planning
Teachers should use technology at various levels both simple or complex
Children should be encouraged to use the current technology with book
use of online education portfolios to teach and evaluate the students
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