Role of Technology Integration on Educational Leadership: Impacts on Institutional Performance
Keywords:ICT in Education, School Leadership, Technology in Education, Transformational Leadership
The education sector of Pakistan is trying its best to facilitate our education setup to embed the use of the latest technology in line with traditional methods of teaching throughout the country that are being integrated from the very first year of schooling. The primary focus of the government is to replace all traditional methods of teaching with interactive teaching methods so that ICT-based teaching can be promoted throughout the country, necessary to compete with the world in the 21st century. This study highlighted the effective role of technology at the secondary school level as well as on school leadership. The head teachers of the Tehsil Jhang from the public sector were the study population and 50 head teachers were taken as samples of the study. After data collection researcher applied the independent samples t-test to analyze the impact of gender perception to embed or use technology and ICT tools in their classroom. The study results emphasized that the use of the latest technology to educate children is one of the most important needs that has to be used by every instructor in their school setting so that interactive teaching can be made possible for the effective learning of children.
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