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ICT in peace and value education

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Shaswati Pan
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Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

In the twenty first century, education is inseparable from technology. The current generation is at ease with rapidly changing technology into technology is all pervasive with smart phones in the pockets of today’s youth. The likelihood of using ICTs to fortify or reconstruct societal bonds accurately, just as peace education is concerned with transformation society and providing the means to avoid and resolve violence and conflict, online communities are viewed as a tool of strengthening acquaintance between populace and consequently provide on additional tool to assist in the transformation and avoidance of conflict. These online communities i.e. Google, Face book, Whatsapp, Twitter and Skype etc. value based education, therefore is a part of the educational programmed which cannot be shelved or done away for values based education. Which is a craze for the young of today, should also be used to present value-based programmers through skits, cartoon scripts and the such other means. Value education inculcated among young generation would remain with them permanently. It may just be that the young boy or girl of today is better informed that what their parents had been at their age. He or she may sound smarter with new knowledge but this is due to the modern techniques to which he she stands exposed and of which he or she has the advantage T.V. interest, computer, etc. these were not available to the parents computer and the information received from them or the data fed by them may become outdated but values once inculcated would remain a permanent acquisition for all life. Proper training of teachers should be arranged, So that the teachers acknowledged of their responsibilities. It is necessary that in the teachers training in programme, value oriented education programme; need to be highlighted so that the teachers are trained up to know their mission and method. Use of various material LCD projectors, Video etc. peace and value education change in human life because with connection in the ICT. ICT has bought about many dramatic changes in how teachers teach and how students learn. Education use ICT to design and assess learning activities, to communicate with students.

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