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Smart classes

  1. 1. A presentation on : SUBMITTED TO : Hamza Sir
  2. 2. As humans, we have probably used some form of technology to enhance the course material covered. You may have used a video projector that connected to your laptop to display a PowerPoint presentation to your class, played a VHS/DVD movie that dealt with a topic discussed in the course, or used an overhead projector to show your transparencies on which you printed an important diagram or text from a book. The technology that enables a course to be more dynamic and provides you with more options to engage with your students is available in the traditional Smart Classroom. The basic equipment available through a traditional “smart classroom” includes a video projector, projector screen, DVD/VCR combo player (available in some classrooms), a smart panel mounted on the wall with controls that allow you to connect your laptop to the projector and in some cases a television set. Eventually, all “Smart Classrooms” will be equipped in the same manner as the new Technology Assisted Classrooms. Likely, traditional smart classrooms will now be referred to as “Technology Assisted Classrooms” since all classrooms with integrated technology at Sacramento State will eventually follow the new Technology Assisted Classroom model. This presentation will provide you with step by step instructions on how to use a traditional Smart Classroom so that you can become acquainted with the technology available in these classrooms and know how to operate it during your class session. Even though this presentation covers the traditional Smart Classrooms, you will also find this information useful when using equipment in the new Technology Assisted Classrooms.
  3. 3. CONTENTS  Introduction  What is a Smart Classroom?  Smart Classroom general equipments.  Specific tools required in a Smart Classroom.  Smart Classroom Environment  Advantages of Smart Classroom.  Disadvantages of Smart Classroom.  How to be well prepared in a Smart Classroom? (tips)  Tips to Teachers  Conclusion
  4. 4. Smart Classrooms is a comprehensive strategy for digital education in schools. The key to the strategy is that it is student-centric; recognising the demand, from both students and their parents, for seamless movement between learning at school, home, work and play. Smart Classrooms provides direction for harnessing the learning and business potential of ICT now and into the future.
  5. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Computers LCD Projectors Laptops DVD Players VCR Laptop Cart podium White board Microphones 1 2 4 5 7 8 3 6
  6. 6. LCD Projector FULL PODIUM • Creston Touch Panel Interface • Ceiling – mounted LCD Projector • Windows Computer with network access • Samsung Digital Document Camera • VHS/DVD Combo Deck • Laptop Cables
  7. 7. In addition to the technological equipment available in a Smart Classroom, you also have access to environmental elements that work with the technology to enhance the learning experience. These include: 1. Internet Access (via Ethernet cable) 2. Wireless Internet Access 3. Podium with stand attached or set up on table 4. ADA Station: consists of table and chair 5. White Boards 6. Lights switches at the front and back of the classroom that controls front, rear and one wall wash (board lights) of lights. 7. Telephone which allows for local (campus phone numbers) access only is mounted on the wall near the front of the classroom and includes directions on who to call if you have trouble operating classroom equipment. 8. Clock 9. Acoustics includes carpeting and other sound proofing material (where available) 10. Secondary Screen (where available) 11. Door Window (where available): Entry doors into the classroom have a window (minimum size 18” x 18”) for viewing the classroom from the hallway. 12. Cabling: Sufficient conduit and/or electrical is run to supply electric power for the equipment as well as network connectivity. Use Smart Classroom equipment to enhance your classroom experience by displaying PowerPoint presentations, videos or DVD movies that deal with your course topics, use the internet to show examples and explain reading material covered, or use the technology as it best fits your course objectives.
  8. 8.  Improves teacher effectiveness and productivity in class.  It brings abstract and difficult curriculum concepts to life inside classrooms.  Makes learning an enjoyable experience for students.  Improves academic performance of students.  Enables instant formative assessment of learning outcomes in class.  It also enables teachers to instantly assess and evaluate the learning achieved by their students in class.
  9. 9.  Costly to integrate into schooling.  Maintenance of equipment and rooms is costly.  Under privileged schools do not have access to the technologies.  Teachers lack training/technical difficulties.  Eye strains and headaches may be caused.  Students will not listen as they do in their normal class.  Where there is technology, there can be glitches.  SMART boards offer to enhance lessons through technology, but some activities can be more easily accomplished without them.
  10. 10. 1. Set your lighting first to insure that both your projected images are visible as well as your personal lecture notes. 2. Make sure that all the students have access to their devices that they are asked to use. 3. Make sure that all the devices work properly. 4. Remember to power off all equipment before leaving the room.
  11. 11. • Teacher should be an expert to smart learning and smart education. • Teacher should be friendly with students. If teacher is friendly with student, students can ask any question to the teacher. • If teacher do not have a proper attitude in smart education, we cannot find desired output from smart class and smart education. • Teacher should be as a facilitator in learning. It will be very nice if teacher’s role will be as a facilitator in learning. • Teach highly detailed routines for every repeatable moment.
  12. 12. The study of smart classroom equipment and its application model is an inevitable requirement for the development of educational information to a higher stage. This study if of great significant for the promotion of the digital school construction, elimination of the difficulties faced by the multi-media teaching, enhancing of students' innovative ability. The ultimate objective of the study is to change learning and teaching methods in the information age. All though it may have some disadvantages, We think that Smart will bring new life to learning .
  13. 13. Thank You Hope You’ve enjoyed
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