ICT as aids to teaching and learning

In the 21st century, the term 'technology' is an important subject in many areas, including education. This is because technology has made way for the transfer of knowledge in most countries. Information and communication technology (ICT) is an accepted element in our lives and plays an important role in education. Since publication of the first ICT education policy in 1997, a large investment was made at ICT facilities and training at the school. In other countries, ICT education debate focuses on the potential impact of ICT on education and education and on steps to be taken to ensure the potential of ICT for the development of learning experience students are fulfilled.
Information and communication technologies (ICT) have changed the way we communicate and perform some daily activities. ICT has become an important tool for spreading information around the world. Above all, the use of ICT has become the basis of the world. This is because many computers are connected to the global network (internet) as a way of exchanging information. It increase our knowledge or to share our knowledge with others.
The importance of ICT is free from the perspective of education. Liters, the blackboard, textbooks, radio / television and film over the years for applications, do not use any significant impact on the educational process such as the computer. TV and film only affect users' audio-visual abilities; the computer can activate the senses of sight, hearing and touch of the users. ICT has the capacity to deliver maximum interactive potential to users to develop their individual, intellectual and creative ability. The educational field is influenced by ICTs, which undoubtedly influences education, learning and research. ICT tends to accelerate, strengthen and deepen the ability, to motivate and interact with students, to study the school's work habits, to create economic opportunities for the employee of tomorrow, but also to improve education. Strengthen and help with school changes. In a rapidly changing world, primary education is important for a person who has access to and can apply information. Conventional education emphasizes content. For many years, courses are written around the textbooks. Teachers are taught in lectures and presentations that have been trained in self-study and learning activities designed to integrate and achieve content. Contemporary settings now select curricula that promote power and performance. Curriculum begins to emphasize skills and is more concerned about the use of information than what information is. The integration of information, communication and technology (ICT) in education refers to the use of computer-based communication that is part of the daily teaching process in the classroom. In addition to preparing students in the current digital era, teachers are seen as important players in the use of ICT in their daily classrooms. The integration of ICT in research is important for information that students and teachers need to carry out their research. Since ICT integration has become the basis for all aspects of education, the necessary information is usually found on the internet and in the local network of an organization.
The main goal of ICT "is only to develop the mental development of people that enable people to successfully apply current knowledge and produce new knowledge." The collective and rigid nature of learning and the passive nature of learning in radio, television and film do not contribute any useful change to traditional methods in the education system. Information and communication technologies are used in the developed world for world functions. Nowadays computers perform many functions through teaching and learning, because many countries add computer literacy, reading and writing skills as skills needed to succeed in a technologically advanced world. At the computer level used by computers to learn to read, mathematics, social studies, art, music, simulation and health practices. In educational multimedia applications in the learning content of today, they are domain-specific products and dominate the world market. Domain-specific educational multimedia is focused on knowledge acquisition skills in language skills, history, physics, literature, biology and so on.