Journal of Advanced Sciences and Engineering Technologies (2020) 3(1): 42-53


Information and communication technology (ICT) in education of comprehensive Methodological foundations and concept

Na’imeh Ahmad.A. Arshood Ministry of Education ,Jordan, naimah4ershud@yahoo.com



Abstract: This paper Information and communication technology (ICT) in education of comprehensive Methodological foundations and concept ,fills two major civilizational functions of personality development: its spiritual, moral, artistic, cultural development and its socialization, as well as the economic function, the reproduction of skilled labor resources for social production. The intensification of the process of obtaining knowledge, the requirements for quality and individualization of the process of obtaining education by different categories of students cause an urgent need to develop and implement a wide range of educational programs that allow everyone who wants to get that education, at the time and place that seem most acceptable to him, regardless of gender, age, social origin and abilities. On the study of the role of education in this context, inclusive pedagogy is aimed.


Communication technology (ICT),Education, Comprehensive Methodological,Civilizational functions

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