ICT (Information and Communications Technology), is a set of methodologies developed to manage and send information from one place to another. It covers a very wide range of solutions including technologies to store information and retrieve it later, to send and receive information from one place to another, and information processing. These solutions relate to skills needed in statistics and market research.
The advantages of ICT are many, especially in education. Although, like everything, there are risks in which a teacher should be aware of. For example, the control and dissemination of information. To achieve this control, it is important that teachers implement the following:
a) Planning the teaching / learning.
b) Find support through technology when selecting and presenting the content and materials
c) Teach students to search, select and analyze information.
d) Maintain a steady and harmonious relationship with students in order to promote the exchange of information and reflection.
Resource: is the ability to decide on the type of strategies that will be used while teaching. Capacity for action of people.
Teaching aids: Instrument that we use to construct knowledge.
Training materials: Products designed to assist in the learning process.