Role of ICT In Managing Classroom Learning Environment with Special Reference to Daanish Schools Punjab
Keywords:Role of ICT, Classroom management, Daanish Schools
The use of information and communication technology (ICT) in management classroom teaching is discussed in this article. ICT makes it easier to initiate and create innovative pedagogical tools in the classroom as it serves as an enabler rather than a regulator of the teaching and learning process. Since management education necessitates the acquisition of a wide variety of technological, human, and mental skills. ICT is commonly used in classroom management education. From a pedagogical standpoint, the researcher built and expanded a typology of ICT usage in the classroom. A survey questionnaire was distributed randomly to a total of 32 from Punjab Daanish schools of Dera Ghazi khan. The data was compiled using a four-point rating scale survey as a testing instrument. SPSS was used to interpret the information collected. It was found that ICT plays a vital role in managing the classroom learning environment. The results highlighted the approach that ICT has a great impact on both teachers and students. In this regard, a lot of data has been collected randomly using different survey techniques. Findings of the survey prove that well-prepared lessons using different tools and facilities from Information Technology are the main factors that enhance and retain learning among students in the class as compared to traditional teaching methods. Using Information Technology also enhances professional development among teachers in the form of training focused on the core objective of enhancing the quality and longevity of students learning.
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