Instructional Technology supports and enhances learning by allowing students to harness the power of technology to make their thinking and learning visible.
Instructional Technology, otherwise known as Information Communication Technologies, provides the opportunity for students to use images, voice and text, and to actively participate in ways that were not previously possible for any part of their learning process. Instructional technology can extend the walls of the classroom and remove barriers for students, allowing for a greater authentic audience and a connection to real world learning.
Literacy with Information Communication Technology (LwICT) is one of the largest challenges in education as the digital landscape is continuously changing. The LwICT framework from Manitoba Education provides the guidance for educators to infuse technology into classroom practice and help to develop digital citizenship.
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