Global IT Challenge for Youth with Disabilities

E-Learning

Overview

The GITC annually provides informatization education programs by assigning an IT expert and a teacher for two-three youths with disabilities
in developing countries. The youth with disabilities who successfully completed the program are given the opportunity to participate
in the IT Paralympiad.



Produce and distribute e-Learning material


Structure : Introduction of each Challenge (eTool/eLifeMap/eContents/eCreative), rules for the Paralympiad Learning contents, and sample questions


Language : Korean/English, two types

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Select trainees and implement training : Mentoring-based eLearning ICT education


Venues: Students' schools, homes, partner institutions, or Internet cafes

Language : Korean/English, two types


Subject
Training double number(approx. 200) of the final entries of GITC


Contents

Match one IT expert with two or three youths with disabilities

Train each Challenges of the IT Paralympiad

Self-study method with educational materials

Weekly mentoring with teachers/experts


Period of education : April ~ June, (Eight Weeks, Twice a week)

Selection of participants


Conduct group assessment after the completion of e-Learning
Select participants who have completed e-Learning with excellent result

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