The rapid digital transformation of the workplace demands individuals to acquire essential digital skills to thrive in a job market shaped by AI, IoT, and cloud computing.
Technology has revolutionized our lives and work, and education is no exception. As educators, we are responsible for integrating technical knowledge and skills into our teaching and professional development. To do this successfully, teachers need to have a certain level of ICT skills in various areas of hardware and software.
These skills affect how teachers manage their classes and develop themselves, their subjects, and their students. Therefore, schools must establish a baseline to assess where teacher abilities and skills could be aligned for maximum educational and technological proficiency.