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Publisher/s:  UNESCO Bangkok
Published:  2015 in Bangkok, Thailand

UNESCO Bangkok: News on ICT in education newsletter: ICT in TVET

May 2015 | UNESCO Bangkok Office

The rapid advancement of ICT has influenced education, especially how we teach and learn and what to teach and learn. Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) is not an exception. For example, ICT enables students to access their online training courses at any time and any place; ICT offers multiple and flexible learning pathways for students in challenging contexts. ICT-rich work environments, on the other hand, demands students to learn new skills, not only the ICT-related hard skills but also soft skills like communication and collaboration to function in a wired world. The potential of ICT in TVET is far greater than that of only improving access to education and training. Such tools as interactive e-content, virtual simulations, or even partnering with practitioners and international experts in the students’ respective fields can greatly expand the possibilities of TVET. As such, innovative use of ICT can help educators and learners have a richer and more diverse learning experience. Therefore, in this edition, we hope to explore the potentials of ICT in elevating TVET beyond the traditional classroom approach to meet the needs from the changing world of work.

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