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Journal: International Journal of Management (IJM) (Vol.11, No. 10)

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Page : 1297-1306

Keywords : Professional learning; learning-Teaching; Teachers; Empowerment; ICT; ICT integration; ICT barriers; ICT benefits; implications; teacher’s role.;

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Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) is a key player in shaping the new world economy and bringing about rapid changes in society. Over the past decade, new ICT tools have revolutionized the way people communicate and do business. It will bring significant changes in agriculture, industry, medicine, mechanical engineering, business and other fields. ICTs play the role of learners and teachers in the process of teaching and learning can also change the nature of education. To take whole advantage of ICT in education, teachers must have basic ICT skills and pre-service qualifications. Education is a vital social activity and quality education is traditionally associated with strong teachers who have a high personal connection with students and techniques. The use of ICT has fundamentally changed the way all business and governance efforts. ICT is beginning to show its importance in education, but its impact is not as great as in other areas. The use of ICT in education contributes to the further development of student learning and puts pressure on some teachers and students. With the rapid development of the world of digital media and information, the integration of ICT into teaching and learning methods has become increasingly important, and this importance has grown and evolved in the 21st century. The purpose of this study is to explore the process of integrating ICT into teaching and learning methods and how ICT empowers teachers.

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