Teacher Professional Development and Support
ICT in Education Course for teachers in Uganda is based on the Contextualised UNESCO ICT Competency Framework. It focuses on Building competencies for the integration of Information and Communication Technology for both educators and learners for improved teaching and learning processes.
This will lead to better learner outcomes, increased learner engagement, research, and communication with educators which provides robust opportunities that ICT offers for the social development of knowledge based-economies for education.
Work with teachers and leaders in schools, ministries, and organizations to advance knowledge society development across all learning Institutions.
Equip teachers and education administrators with a commanding understanding of the key elements in the development of knowledge societies.
Build future leaders’ capacities to be agents of change in their ministries, organizations, and regions for the development of knowledge societies.
Recognition by Professor Venansius Baryamureeba
Topics for KAWA Teacher Training
This training will provide participants with the opportunity to examine and understand the pivotal role of education in the development of knowledge societies.
It will explore how ICT integration can contribute to both the quality of teaching and learning and the equality of access to educational opportunity. Participants will learn how to apply leadership skills and futures thinking tools to promote policy analysis of education and development issues in their country contexts and in the context of the transformative role of digital technologies.
ICT in Education requires the candidate to demonstrate the ability to use ICT in Education management, teaching and learning process to improve academic standards and efficiency in Education.
5 months Online, Offline, 3 face to face and Blended Learning
- Engineer Paul Rukundo
- Dr. Rwaka Sylvester Adyeri
- Valerie Wood Gaiger -MBA (Patron)
- Charles Olupot-Director MUBS ICT Centre
- Moses Wamanga
- Chole Richard
- Kuloba Geoffrey
- Rebecca Auma
- Topista Tindimwebwa
- Josephine Nabulya
- Fridah Nabahwana
- Isaac Matsanga
- Edith Khainza
- Nicholas Kugonza
Understand and examine the transformative role of technology in the provision of educational opportunity at both the formal and informal levels of provision.
Understand how the knowledge society can act as a trigger for educational change.
To explain what the digital divide is and what is digital inclusion.
Understand how ICTs have changed the world of work
Show what the digital age is and how teaching those growing up in the 21st century needs to change
Explain what blended learning and communities of practice are, how the e-learning model can serve as a template for teacher education and be useful as a planning tool
- Show how to locate e-resources through web portals and where rich reference materials are available.