ICT & Research Lab
What is ICT Based Education?
The full form of ICT is Information and Communication Technology. It is all about using computers and technology as tools to enrich learning in various subjects such as English, Science, Mathematics, etc. Worldwide research has shown that ICT can lead to improved student learning and better teaching methods. It has a significant and positive impact on Students’ Knowledge, Practical and Presentation skills in various subjects.
ADVANTAGES OF ICT BASED EDUCATION:
1. Through ICT, visuals and images can be easily used in teaching and which helps to improve the retentive memory of students.
2. Through ICT, teachers can easily explain complex instructions and ensure students' comprehension.
3. Through ICT, teachers are able to create interactive classes and make the lessons more enjoyable, which helps to improve student attendance and concentration.
Gyanodaya School is fully committed to the appropriate use of information technology in teaching, i.e. ICT and research work through the provision of a wide range of computing resources and support services. We have two separate computer labs which consist of more than 80 desktop computers and a Research Centre which consists of 15 notebooks. All the computers are networked and connected with a high speed Internet connection. We even have Wi-Fi hotspot facilities throughout the school premises.
Gyanodaya School aims to promote meaningful uses of IT (Information Technology), which inspire students to develop critical thinking skills and support continuous autopsy. The students along with all the staffs will use IT in a creative and collaborative environment so that they will model respectful, responsible, and ethical uses of technology in social, personal and environmental contexts.
The following belief statements guide the realization of this vision:
- We believe students and staff must be skilled users of technology, and that acquiring and maintaining skills is a continuing process.
- We believe students and staff must have an understanding of the ethical issues associated with the use of technology.
- We believe students and staff must have access to reliable and efficient technology resources.
- We believe all teachers must be responsible for the appropriate integration of technology across the curriculum.