AN ANALYSIS OF THE MANAGEMENT OF THE NAMIBIAN INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL CURRICULUM PLANNING

Agnes Simataa, Liswani Simasiku

Abstract


The Namibian Educational sector acknowledges the impact that technology bears in education, however, ICTs have not been thoroughly immersed in classroom practice. A policy document which purports for the preparation of all Namibia’s learners, students, teachers, and communities was drafted but its implementation has not provided much fruition. The chief tenet of this article is that proper planning, organisation, supervision and communication leads to proper implementation of policies. If the Namibian education sector is to achieve the above, significant improvement in immersing ICTs in the classroom would be achieved. The paper begins with a discussion of the current status quo of ICT in the Namibian education sector. Then, it explores the importance of thorough planning, organisation, supervision and communication of the implementation of the ICT curriculum in the Namibian education sector.

Keywords: management, communication technology, Namibian


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