ICT in Education
21ST CENTURY SKILLS
The term 21st century skills refers to a broad set of knowledge, skills, work habits, and character traits that are believed—by educators, school reformers, college professors, employers, and others—to be critically important to success in today’s world, particularly in collegiate programs and contemporary careers and workplaces. Generally speaking, 21st century skills can be applied in all academic subject areas, and in all educational, career, and civic settings throughout a student’s life. The following list provides a brief illustrative overview of the knowledge, skills, work habits, and character traits commonly associated with 21st century skills:
National ICT Policy – Ministry of ICT & National Guidance
The National ICT Policy 2014 is aimed at supporting the realization of the national vision. The broad policy objectives of the national ICT policy are to;
ACTIVE TEACHING & LEARNING
Health Tutors’ college Mulago go on board on a striving project, with the support of external partners, to incorporate information and communication technology (ICT) in tutorship medical education as one of the critical elements of its strategic plan. Within the setting of this plan, Active teaching and learning (ATL) utilisation of Information and communication Technology, to improve the position of health Tutors at the College and in the neighbouring society.
ICT long term Plan Implementation
Management, Control and Maintenance of ICT Resources
Administration, control and maintenance of ICT resources owned by the College, responsible for the HTC main systems and databases including:
Maintenance of ICT Resources
Administration, control and maintenance of ICT resources owned by the College, responsible for the HTC Network Management systems and database management systems including:
HTC online courses offer a unique, flexible complement to your curriculum, backed by the latest in e-learning platforms.
The modules are created in a way that puts students at the center and makes them feel engaged in learning.
This collaboration benefited our students immensely and provided benchmarking of their performance to international standards.
Our job is to teach the students
Health Tutors' College Mulago has worked with the Ministry of education & Sports to help students get ahead and stay ahead.
Students who have taken the courses seem to have a deeper understanding of the subject, which is evident in the way they answer questions and through an improvement in their grades.
Students with a range of backgrounds have found HTC courses helpful in preparing them for success in medical school and beyond.
“These courses exceeded all expectations…even though I’m in the last year of medical school, I learned every week.”
“It’s really good as an introduction to understand what the basics are, what you need to know, and what you need to study more.”
ICT Support/Help Desk
Contact the IT Support Desk for help from the ICT office:
Open Monday to Friday, 08:00AM-05:00PM