Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is one of the advances used as part of an educational tool, and it has been effectively played between technology and teachers for quality teaching and learning. The purpose of this concept paper discusses the quality of teacher teaching should be maintained so that the field of teaching becomes a professional field and discusses the teaching needs of the 21st century. This shows how teaching in history subject learning will be more interesting and effective with the use of technology. The technology acceptance model and the designed behaviour theory have been applied to explain the intention of teacher behaviours using technology or ICT at school. Using technology has an impact on how the facts are communicated successfully to the students, and then expose them to the latest and up-to-date information on education. The major issues discussed in this paper are related to the problem that teachers teaching history lessons are teachers who are less skilled in handling the computer for teaching sessions. In addition, there are other constraints constrained such as inefficient computer maintenance systems and adequate of computer room in schools . The above issues are one of the causes that causes historical teachers not to use Web 2.0 in History. The proposed solution is the interaction between the student, the teacher and the administrator, the interaction between the student and the system and the time allocated, the second suggestion is with the technology in building the students' skills in learning history, which in turn is the submission of interesting information in sub topic subject software this history to encourage the interest of the students and thus maintains the student's focus on the entire lesson provided.
ICT, Historical Learning, Model and the designed behaviour theory