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I've been thinking about something.
We have so many cool gadgets nowadays.
iPads, and laptops, and smart mobile phones.
So how come we can hardly ever use them at school?
Who decides the we, the people who are supposed to learn, can't even use the tools we're most comfortable with?
Use of these gadgets is abbreviated to ICT.
Information and communication technology.
In fact, many people believe that children learn much better by using ICT.
But many local authorities struggle to provide their students with this.
The problem is not the actual hardware.
The schools are full of it.
The problem is how to use ICT smartly to improve learning.
But why is better learning important?
Well, Norwegians like to think they are the best.
However, the truth is that even though Norway spends more money on schools than most countries
Norwegians students score average on international PISA Timms Tests.
Why is it like that?
And what are the consequences?
Norway currently makes a good living from its oil.
However, it could all be gone by as soon as 2030.
People said that after the oil, we will live off knowledge.
As far as I can see, this means that more of us will have to get good education.
But with so many of our young people dropping out of high school.
Can we really claim that we're on the right path to become a knowledge-based society?
It doesn't look like it.
Are we just expecting our students to suddenly realize they are our nation's future?
And get their act together?
Or should we try to make schools more relevant and motivating for students so that this happens naturally?
If more students learn better, would that possibly motivate them to continue and not to drop out the high school?
Would it then actually help to create a knowledge-based society?
Okay. If we agree that the society benefits from improved learning, how do we reach this goal?
Well, then we're back to the gadgets.
I believe it will be smart to take advantage of students' interest in ICT.
Computers can teach us to learn things in different ways.
And they also make learning advanced concepts easier if that's what you want.
Imagine instead of reading about DNA molecules and cramming in facts you don't really understand,
why not visualize, simulate, and animate DNA molecule?
Wouldn't this makes school more exciting
if you actually understand what you learn?
How about math? Wouldn't learning improve its formulas brought to life using dynamic graphs rather than struggling with cryptic X's and Y's?
And how about other subjects?
Wouldn't it inspire us to have all the information in the world in our fingertips just a few mouse clicks away?
I think it would.
I feel exciting just thinking about it.
So what's holding us back?
Well, ICT is part of the curriculum as the fifth basic skill. That's a good start.
But the curriculum itself is no guarantee.
Because nothing happens to those if you don't follow it accurately.
Therefore, it's probably more important to get the actual teachers into the idea of using ICT in their lessons.
Could it increased the use of ICT and teacher training encourage teachers to use ICT in their own lessons?
And what if they were given their time and resources to keep their ICT knowledge up-to-date?
Wouldn't that pave the way for smart use of ICT education?
Could we
by using ICT smartly improve learning motivation and then results?
If we could do that, wouldn't we be better suited to create knowledge-based Norway of the future?
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