Analyzing the Situation Regarding Virtual Literacy of the Teachers to Learns with Visual Impairment
Analyzing the Situation Regarding Virtual Literacy of the Teachers
Keywords:Virtual literacy, Visual impairment, staff
The ability to utilize information and communication technology safely and critically for work is referred to as virtual literacy. One of the most essential components of modern literacy is the use of computers to search for, assess, produce, present, and exchange knowledge on the Internet. Virtual literacy is one of a contemporary person's core competences, and obtaining skills and knowledge skills in the field of computers is one of the prerequisites for effective social participation in today's society and labor market. As a consequence, these two ideas have been included into the educational system in order to achieve excellent education. As a consequence of the conception’s application of ICT and digital literacy in the educational process, the responsibilities of teachers and students, as well as the assets utilized in educating and the idea of educator guidance, have all adjusted. From computerized education to educational plan arrangement, the instructor's jobs are different to make inadequate changes, including their insight and capacities connected with the utilization of innovation, as well as understanding the connection between innovation, methods, and content.
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