Information & Communication Technology has a great potential to contribute positively towards knowledge dissemination, effective learning and the development of more efficient education services. Today's classroom teachers must be prepared to provide technology-supported learning opportunities to their students. Read More.
Trends which are rapidly influencing the neighbouring countries and the West are strongly taking
root in Pakistan. With political changes and economic advancement, ICT and its integration in education
will meteorically boost the skills of Pakistani students and teachers. Uzma Younis, a teacher by
profession, was not familiar with ICT, but she is now confident enough to integrate technology in the
subject she teaches. The Intel® Teach Program has reached out to remote areas of Pakistan, including
the district of Badin, where Uzma’s school, Dewan Farooq Memorial School, is working in close
collaboration with Intel to prepare its students for the 21st century. Intel® Education has been working
for the promotion of technology in education in Pakistan since 2001, to address the educational
challenges of the 21st century. The Intel® Teach Program has ensured that academic planning
should optimize the use of technology in the teaching-learning process. Read More.
With the rapid changes in technology and Pakistan entering the 21st century, effective knowledge
of ICT has become the need of the day. The Intel® Teach Program joined hands with one of the largest
school systems in Pakistan – the PAF or Fazaia School System - prepare teachers and students for
the needs of the day. Intel® Education has been working for the promotion of technology in education
in Pakistan since 2001, to address the educational challenges of the 21st century. The Intel® Teach
Program has ensured that academic planning should include the use of technology in the teachinglearning
process. Read More.
Are 21st Century skills, such as computer and technology skills, critical thinking, self direction and communication skills important for a school to teach? This was a question asked by The Partnership for 21st Century Skills Organization and the answer was YES, 88% of voters said they believe that schools can and should incorporate 21st century skills into their curriculum. So, in order for our students to be prepared for the 21st century world, they must become literate in 21st century skills. Read More.