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 Project Summary

 

Beyond teaching history, science or languages, teachers guide our children, shaping the attitudes, skills, and values they will use in the world beyond the classroom (Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah). Early Childhood Education is considered an important foundation for life-long learning and an essential building block of a child’s future success. It is the most important and crucial of all stages for the proper development of a child, whether in the emotional, behavioral, or cognitive areas. The first years of a child’s life are crucial as they are of utmost importance for the child's physical, emotional and intellectual development. In line with today's digital era, teachers need to integrate ICT into their daily teaching and replace their traditional methods with modern tools and facilities. The proposal (ICT4EDU) aims to ensure that newly graduated student teachers are able to teach using ICT and to improve the digital literacy of teachers and students’, especially in dealing with children with special educational needs or disabilities, as ICT plays a key role in facilitating their educational process. The cross-national implementation of the (ICT4EDU) project is essential for defining practices and influencing policies and curricula in schools of education and the integrating ICT teacher training to meet the needs of digitally literate youth and children. The main objective of the (ICT4EDU) project is to improve the quality of ICT competencies of early childhood teacher’s educators in the (9) higher education institutions in Jordan, Palestine and Egypt in line with the advanced EU practices and thereby increase the quality of education in preschools in Jordan, Palestine and Egypt.

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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.


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