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Scientific articles were selected, corresponding to 20 international The works considered in the present paper in general aim at the development and application of technological instruments that can minimize the difficulties by dyslexics in reading and writing learning. Due to shortage of articles published in Brazil, there is a need for more studies on this topic in view of the benefits of ICT within evaluation and intervention in dyslexia observed in international articles. Dyslexia is a specific learning disorder of neurological origin, characterized by difficulties with correct reading fluency and with the decoding and spelling ability, resulting from a deficit in the phonological component of the language 1. According to DSM-IV-TR 2 , the reading performance of the dyslexic as measured by standardized tests is markedly below the expected level considering the chronological age, intelligence quotient IQ and school level specific to the individual's age. The characteristics of reading - both silent and oral - in those individuals are marked by distortions, substitutions or omissions in which slowness and errors in comprehension predominate 2. The use of technological tools opens up new possibilities for stimulating the development of reading skills in children 3.
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Fu Published Sociology International journal of education and development using information and communication technology. This review summarizes the relevant research on the use of information and communication technology ICT in education. Save to Library. Create Alert. Launch Research Feed.
Metrics details. Computer-based technology has infiltrated many aspects of life and industry, yet there is little understanding of how it can be used to promote student engagement, a concept receiving strong attention in higher education due to its association with a number of positive academic outcomes. The purpose of this article is to present a critical review of the literature from the past 5 years related to how web-conferencing software, blogs, wikis, social networking sites Facebook and Twitter , and digital games influence student engagement. We prefaced the findings with a substantive overview of student engagement definitions and indicators, which revealed three types of engagement behavioral, emotional, and cognitive that informed how we classified articles. Our findings suggest that digital games provide the most far-reaching influence across different types of student engagement, followed by web-conferencing and Facebook. Findings regarding wikis, blogs, and Twitter are less conclusive and significantly limited in number of studies conducted within the past 5 years.
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Taban Habibu1 Md. A study aimed at finding out the difficulties faced by teachers in using Information and Communication Technology ICT in classroom teaching-learning in technical and higher educational institutions in Uganda. The use of ICT in the classroom is very important in providing opportunities for students to learn to operate in an information age. Studying the obstacles to the use of ICT in educational institutions may assist educators to overcome these barriers and become successful technology adopters in the future. The findings of this study reveal that teachers had a strong desire to integrate ICT into teaching-learning process even though with difficulties.
Information and communication technologies ICT have become typical elements in all parts of life. Over the previous twenty years the utilization of ICT has generally changed the practices and strategies of about all types of try inside business and administration. Instruction is a socially situated action and quality training has generally been related with solid educators having high degrees of individual contact with students. The utilization of ICT in instruction fits more understudy focused learning settings.
Don't see your language? Request permission to translate. Changes in the technology used in the business world have an impact on the information and communications technology skills professional accountants need—both current accountants as well as aspiring accountants. Assessing necessary skills and meeting the need are a challenge for the accounting profession, especially when combined with the growing importance of behavioral skills. As part of its current strategy, the IAESB is examining megatrends to help inform the direction of accounting education in the digital era.
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