Abstract—The purpose of this paper is to investigate the
paradigm role of ICT for education as the case of learners and
educator's behavioral and educational psychology’s
perspectives. I.e., ICT based education is an essential for new
emerging information and then after knowledge societies,
facilitating large-scale learning needs for social and economic
development. The paper focused on ICT’s applications and
roles in education and the ICT’s based learning process,
competency, efficient use of a resource, developing innovative
and novel ideas … that could change and advance the learning
environment and teaching practices. Since, evolution of the
information society entails dramatic changes in production and
business activities, as well as in a larger social context as
digitized information or electronic networks, and also to
understand in the broader context where bits, networks and
knowledge have a social meaning. In general, the use of ICT in
developing countries has many problems, and in this paper, we
investigated some generic and pertinent issues on their
educational systems and ICT involvements, which have aimed
strongly at supporting the implementation of ICT in
pedagogical practices at all institutional levels.
Index Terms—Behavioral psychology, education, ICT, learning process, modern system.
Gebeyehu Belay Gebremeskel and Yi Chai are with Chongqing University College of Automation, China (e-mail: Gebeyehu@cqu.edu.cn, email@example.com).
Ayenew Arega Kebede is with Chongqing Mexin Property Management Co. Ltd., Chongqing, China (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: Gebeyehu Belay Gebremeskel, Ayenew Arega Kebede, and Yi Chai, "The Paradigm Role of ICT for Behavioral and Educational Psychology: The Case of Developing Countries," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 6, no. 4, pp. 301-307, 2016.