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MirandaNet Fellowship Profiles (MirandaNet Archive - as of March 2015)
I am a teacher at Goromonzi High School in Zimbabwe and the school is located about 40 kms from the Capital city Harare. The school is in Goromonzi District and in Mashonaland East Province. I am also one of the Computer Studies Examiners with the Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council. I hold a Diploma in Education with the University of Zimbabwe and other certificates in Computer Studies attained at Belvedere Technical Teachers' College. I enjoy teaching ICT at all levels thus Form 1 up to form six which is from junior certificate level to advanced level. ICT teaches you more and one needs to be always updated with the technologies as the ICT technology moves faster than anything else. Also one needs to be both familiar with software and hardware so as to teach the subject quite well because a computer might a have a problem while you are in a lesson with the students so you need to try and fix it for the lesson to progress that is if it is a minor problem which one can handle before calling for experts. So teaching ICT is interesting because you are not ilde as other subjects. One has to search wider for new matters in the Computer World. As a third world country, we are ten years behind with the technology, that's why one need to be a book worm or an internet friend to have the ideas of what is being done or produced concerning ICT.
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