ISA ACTIVITIES (SUBMISSION FOR 2023 APPLICATION)

IMPACTS OF DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION AS A 21ST CENTURY SKILL

MR. ONINE, MR. TOSIN AND MRS OMAWUNMI 

05 – 02 – 2024

22 – 03 – 2024

ICT AND TECHNOLOGY

11 – 12, 12 – 13, 13 – 14 AND 14 – 15. 

Debate and Talk show

  1. Understand the role of digital
  2. Evaluating the transformations
  3. Identifying skills for the future
  1. Enhancing learning
  2. Skill disparities
  3. Digital divide

Pictures and videos were taken as evidence during the activity.


ISA Young Person Activity Evaluation Form

NAME: KRISTEN NWEKE

TITLE OF ACTIVITY: THE IMPACT OF DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY AS A 21ST CENTURY SKILL – THE GOOD AND BAD

YEAR GROUP: 

DATE: 

I like the way that I and my classmates were able to challenge ourselves and think about the future of education and technology.

A new idea that I learned from this activity was the way technology can be used as a clutch instead of a guide.  People depend on technology instead of using it as a guide.

I enjoyed the hours spent working. Balancing school work and the ISA program was very challenging.

I would like to change the timing and the hours spent on the activity.


ISA Teacher Activity Evaluation Form

NAME: EMMANUEL TOSIN

TITLE OF ACTIVITY: THE IMPACT OF DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY AS A 21ST CENTURY SKILL – THE GOOD AND BAD

YEAR GROUP: 

DATE: 

This activity has greatly impacted the students by awakening critical thinking and self-discovery. The students involved were opened up to the world of technology considering the pros and cons. This activity helped students take critical steps in ensuring they curtail the negative impacts of technology while harnessing its benefits.

The debate and talk show format sparked discussions among teachers about the positive and negative aspects of digital technology in education thereby serving as a catalyst for further exploration of effective technology integration strategies.

This activity sparked students’ interest in technology and its role in their learning journey. It also contributed to raising awareness and promoting dialogue about the role of digital technology in education within the school community. It helped to address pertinent issues and encouraged critical thinking among students and staff alike.

The most effective part of the activity was open exchange of ideas and the diversity of viewpoints. This encouraged participants to consider different perspectives and engage in constructive dialogue. However, the least effective part was the time constraints which limited the depth of discussion on certain aspects. To improve, allocating more time for the activity could allow for a more thorough exploration of the topic.

This activity was beneficial in stimulating dialogue and fostering a deeper understanding of the impacts of digital technology in education. Moving forward, we can encourage students to research specific examples of how technology can be used effectively in the classroom and also invite a guest speaker with expertise in the educational technology to add another dimension to the activity.


ISA Visitor Activity Evaluation Form

NAME: TOSIN J. 

TITLE OF ACTIVITY: THE IMPACT OF DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY AS A 21ST CENTURY SKILL – THE GOOD AND BAD

YEAR GROUP: 

DATE: 25 – 03 – 2024

The students were opened to the reality of technology in education; the negative and positive roles it plays in their lives as students.

It prompted thoughtful reflection and fostered a deeper understanding of technology and its roles in our children’s educational journey. As a parent I will set up policies around the use of technology for my children.

This activity has opened up the school to the intricacies that comes with the use of technology both for students and teachers. These lessons will further help the school make wise decisions moving forward.

Involve external speakers like professionals with expertise in the subject of discussion, so the students and the school can have well rounded information.


ISA Parent/Guardian Activity Evaluation Form

NAME: ————————–

TITLE OF ACTIVITY: 

YEAR GROUP:

DATE: 

PICTURES OF S-TEE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL STUDENTS

THE DEBATE MODERATOR ADENIYI PRAISE(YEAR 10) INTRODUCING THE DEBATERS FOR TEAM A AND TEAM B

S-TEE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL STUDENTS AND STAFF MEMBERS ANTICIPATING THE CLASH OF PERSPECTIVES

AKBAR ABDULKADIR (YEAR 10) CHIEF SPEAKER FOR TEAM A

NJOKU CHINONSO (YEAR 10) CHIEF SPEAKER FOR TEAM B

FASEHUN OLUWAKAMIYE (YEAR 8) SUPPORTING SPEAKER FOR TEAM A

CYPRIAN MARI (YEAR 10) SUPPORTING SPEAKER FOR TEAM B

ORJI RADIANCE (YEAR 11) THIRD SPEAKER FOR TEAM A

ADEIFEMI OYELAMI (YEAR 8) THIRD SPEAKER FOR TEAM B

CONTRIBUTION FROM ONYEBUCHI DAVID (YEAR 8)

CONTRIBUTION FROM EKI DUNDAS (YEAR 8)​

CONTRIBUTION FROM EFE BAYAGBON (YEAR 12)

CONTRIBUTION FROM IKE PRINCESS (YEAR 11)​

S-TEE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL STUDENTS ANTICIPATING THE TALK SHOW

MODERATORS FOR THE TALK SHOW - RICHARD CHUKWUDI (YEAR 8) AND KRISTIEN NWEKE (YEAR 11)

JOSEPH OYEBANJO (YEAR 11) GUEST SPEAKER FOR TALK SHOW

STEPHEN EMMANUEL (YEAR 11) GUEST SPEAKER FOR TALK SHOW

TALK SHOW ONGOING



VIDEOS OF S-TEE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL STUDENTS