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Information Communication Technology (ICT) in the Educational System of the Third World Countries as a Pivotal to Meet Global Best Practice in Teaching and Development

The rising trend of poor performance of students and teachers on the aggregate in the third world countries have left relevant stakeholders in the educational enterprise and government little doubt of national set-back in human capital development through the leaning/teaching processes. This scenario tends to rate the third world countries as been educationally backward compare to developing and developed countries. Inspite of numerous possible steps taking by various stakeholders in the education sector to salvage the situation, little or no result has been proven to be solution insight. The innovation of the Information Communication Technology (ICT) in modern teaching, which is a pivotal for national development, has not been inculcated in third world countries. It is against this background that this paper positioned that Information Communication Technology (ICT) should be inculcated in the educational system of the third world countries for teaching and development. This will ensure that the third world countries educational system would be able to meet best global practice in teaching which is a pivotal for development.

Author(s): A Kingsley

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