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Abstract In recent years, Tanzania has witnessed rapid developments in secondary education. In her efforts to fulfill the needs of the increasing students’ population, the Government has encouraged the
In recent years, Tanzania has witnessed rapid developments in secondary education. In her efforts to fulfill the needs of the increasing students’ population, the Government has encouraged the establishment of new secondary schools with the aim of having at least one secondary school in every administrative ward. In addition to these efforts the government has introduced free basic education from primary level school to Ordinary level education, as the results has dramatically increased student enrollment. Given these efforts it is expected that in the coming years there will be many students applying to join technical and higher learning institutions.
It is at this juncture! That on contemplates given expected high number of student’s enrollment, is it adequate to simply increase the number of teaching staff or building big class rooms enough? Therefore how can technology be used as a catalyst for improving student learning, considering the fact that now days many students are digital natives i.e. they have grown while using information technologies all of their lives. That means that students come to their courses with significantly more knowledge about things like personal computers, cell phones, texting, the Web, social networking, file downloading, online purchasing, and social media compared to the previous students’ a few years ago.
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