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NKB Vocational Centre in Uganda

Growth in the Demand for Labour Most countries have seen considerable growth in the demand for labour with higher skills and educational levels in the past decades. In many countries, supply has not grown correspondingly. This has resulted in increasing differences. Differences either in unemployment or wages between high and low skilled workers. Or, it …

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Smartphone together with teacher in the classroom

[vc_section][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The smartphone is an example of a tool we can use as an aid in the process of a transfer knowledge from a person to another. The teacher will be using the smartphone for creating the lesson be independent of the classroom and the students. The teacher can work systematically and develop the training as …

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Fast food and Mobile-Microlearning

Fast food is easily prepared processed food served in snack bars and restaurants for a quick meal or to be taken away. Within the learning environment, we find the same in the newer developing of e-Learning: “Bite-sized learning” or “Microlearning” is the latest buzzword in the eLearning world. Microlearning The microlearning last 1-7 minutes. It …

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Mobile technologies for learning

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Mobile Learning* Recent interest in the use of mobile technologies for learning is considerable. Mobile learning, alone or in combination with other information and communication technologies, is said to enable learning anytime and anywhere [1]. These technologies are continuously evolving, and currently include mobile and smartphones, tablet computers, e-readers, portable audio players and hand-held …

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Will the mobile technology change the education paradigm in TVET?

Innovations in mobile learning can lead to a change paradigm in education which mobile technologies are believed to have the potential to be used in teaching and learning in schools [1]. In the article, the authors point out the use of the mobile learning for Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET). Technical and vocational skills …

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Knowledge Development as Transfer from Sender to Recipient

Knowledge development is a process. We can look at that process from different angles. For instance, we can look at knowledge development from an objective perspective such as knowledge transfer and takes place primarily as a transfer of explicit knowledge from a sender to a recipient. The sender will be independent of the receiver and …

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