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What is Information Communication Technologies

Examining the Roles of Teachers and Students in Mastering New Technologies
The integration of telecommunications (telephone lines and wireless signals) and computers, as well as necessary software, storage, and audiovisual systems, that enable users to access, store, transmit, and manipulate information.
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CLIL Approach and Educational Technologies: ClassLabs, Teachers' Digital Literacy, and High School Students' Opportunities
Assunta Tavernise (Laboratory of Cognitive Psychology, University of Calabria, Italy)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-2104-5.ch011
CLIL (content and language integrated learning) is an educational approach in which a foreign language is used for the teaching and learning of content and language. The Council of Europe has fostered it as an innovative methodology for promoting plurilingualism and raising the quality of school curricula. Furthermore, in European Commission's reports, the use of educational technologies in CLIL approach has been recommended for improving the effectiveness of language learning. In this work, a study on the integration of different activities in CLIL settings as ClassLabs is presented, underlining the significant link between CLIL and information communication technologies in the Italian context. In particular, in the promoted technology-enhanced environments, the combination of videos, online exercises, and the production of multimedia artifacts is proposed in order to make enjoyable the acquisition of cross skills. CLIL teacher profile is also introduced, specifying the different skills and competences a teacher must develop in order to be fully qualified in a CLIL ClassLab.
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Rethinking ICTs and E-Health: A Focus on Issues and Challenges
Electronic devices that aid in the transmission of information and interactions in terms of conveying messages.
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Towards an Effective Integration of ESP in Healthcare ICTs: Challenges and Strategies – The Case of Algeria
Is the use of diverse technological tools in storing, creating, transmitting, and sharing information. The technological tools comprise computers, smart phones, etc.
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Developing and Applying the Law of Cosines: Using Star Maps as a Context
This is the broader term used for infrastructure and devices used for communication, application, collection and analysis of data.
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