Information and Communications Technology classes or ICT are geared towards learning the basics and the advancements. It’s inclined to facilitate the students’ gaining of practical ICT skills, as well as, fostering sustainable interest.
But how about examining the consistent behaviour ICT users, like students, tend to exhibit?
Okay, it could get uncomfortable now. Such behaviour tends to tap on the user’s motives, expectations, as well as, the trending behaviour deemed acceptable among students’ peers.
But if teachers and other education professionals strongly believe that their students are capable of pursuing a more discipline path towards ICT use, this behavioural approach for studying ICT should be carefully considered.
In such approach, education professionals may be able to cross two famous facets, the SocialMedia Etiquette and User-Orientation (the article will, however, focus on the former).