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Title: The internet of things technologies in teaching, learning and basic education management
Authors: Dlodlo, N
Keywords: Internet of Things
IoT
IoT technologies
South African Bill of Rights
South African education
Computer learning
Education
Teaching
Issue Date: Jul-2012
Citation: Dlodlo, N. The internet of things technologies in teaching, learning and basic education management. Southern African Computer Lecturers' Association 2012 (SACLA 2012), Black Mountain Leisure and Conference Hotel, Thaba Nchu, Free State, 1-3 July 2012
Series/Report no.: Workflow;8583
Abstract: South Africa's push for universal access to education and for improved teaching and learning calls for a number of appropriate measures to be put in place. This paper proposes the adoption of internet of things technologies (IoT) in improving learning, teaching and basic education management. It is an attempt to influence policy on the potential of IoT in improving learning, teaching and management at the basic education level. The paper identifies areas of health in education, teacher education, learner support, social mobilisation and support services, planning and delivery oversight, quality assessment, inclusive education and curriculum policy, support and monitoring as areas where IoT technologies can be adopted. A number of IoT technologies that can be of value in these areas are identified as examples.
Description: Southern African Computer Lecturers' Association 2012 (SACLA 2012), Black Mountain Leisure and Conference Hotel, Thaba Nchu, Free State, 1-3 July 2012
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/6017
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