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An assessment of informantion and communication technology usage in selected colleges of education in the Ashanti region

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- Internet Access, Affordability And Use

Author(s): Wireko - Ampem Justice Kwame

An assessment of Information and Communication Technology usage among teacher trainees in selected Colleges of Education in the Ashanti Region of Ghana was the main focus of this study. The study also revealed that Tutors do not have enough time to acquire computer skills and develop new teaching strategies for integrating technology into their classrooms. It was therefore recommended that tutors in the Colleges of Education should be regularly trained and retrained using school-based INSET to effectively use ICT tools in teaching. Also wireless internet service should be made available for trainees and hours for ICT lessons should be extended. Also ICT integration into education should well explained and understood by trainees.


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West Africa,

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