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  1. 1. Chapter 4. ICT in Day to Day Life 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 1 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education ICT Training 2013-2014
  2. 2. By Miss. Sushama Shivgonda Patil Lecturer in D.R.K. College of Commerce, Kolhapur. Divisional Coordinator, Kolhapur Divisional board, Kolhapur. From 2005 Professional Qualification: M.Com., B.Ed., M.C.M.,M.C.A.,M.B.A., M.Phil. Professional experience: 13 years of IT,BCS,BBA,MBA worked as paper setter, Examiner & Moderator for IT and Examiner for BBA, M.B.A. in Shivaji University, Kolhapur State level Paper Presentation: 01 Author & Member of Board of studies, Maharashtra State Board of Sec. & High. Sec. Education, Pune. Prof.sspatil@gmail.com 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 2 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  3. 3. Scope and Limitation • Existing users and new Encounters • Encounters with ICT- -Use of ICT in Education- Teaching, Evaluation, Developing Virtual Laboratory, Online Tutoring (V-Sat), Developing instrumental material, Remedial teaching -Use of ICT in Work and Employment- Banking, Industry, Commerce • Home and Domestic Activities 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 3 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  4. 4. • Personal and citizen activities • Shopping •Social Network, Friends and Family Events- Faster communication speed, Effective sharing of information, Paperless Environment, Social Problems, Health problem •Encounters through media 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 4 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  5. 5. Importance of ICT 1) Why it is necessary to introduce ICT in the syllabus of secondary education? 2) Who is the user of ICT in different areas? 3) Where we can use ICT in our day to day life? 4) How ICT is useful in Education, Commerce, Industry and Banking sectors? 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 5 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  6. 6. Objectives of ICT Education • To improve 21st Century Critical Learning and Innovation Skills of students. • To improve 21st Century Information, Media, and Technology Skills of students. 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 6 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  7. 7. Introduction When the first computers made their entry into schools in the late 1970s, we used to speak about computers in education. With computers came printers, floppy disk drives, scanners and the first digital cameras. We began to use the term IT or Information Technology, to describe computers and these various peripheral devices. Then the internet arrived together with computer networks, the World Wide Web, email and search engines. A new term entered the language – ICT. The term ICT is short-form for Information and Communication Technologies, embraces/ holds the many technologies that enable us to receive information and communicate or exchange information with others. 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 7 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  8. 8. • The definition of ICT itself is the set of activities that facilitate by electronic means the processing, transmission and display of information. • With ICT, the company can make the business easier to happen with the client, supplier and the distributor. • ICT provide right and updated information for taking right decisions. • ICT bring digital economy or economy network. It is one of the economic development pillars to gain national competitive advantage. • The ICT has opened the door to access information worldwide for the teachers and students. 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 8 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  9. 9. • The importance of ICT and information literacy is a vital/very important components in the development of life skills, workplace skills and citizenship. • Hence, today the government of India is ready to invest corers of money into introducing ICT in secondary education and also spent lacks of rupees on ICT based faculty development programs (FDP Programs). 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 9 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  10. 10. 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 10 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  11. 11. ENCOUNTERS WITH ICT EDUCATION Computer are used in education sector as it offers: • Enhanced/better learning. • Interactive learning experience. • Cognitive/total/comprehensive development. • Problem based learning (case study). 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 11 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  12. 12. ICT Users 1)Teachers:- Use computers in research for preparing teaching materials, participate in online forums and online conferences as well as to assist their teaching. 2)Students:- Use computers as reference tool. 3)Researchers:- Use computers to collect and process data (SPSS Software, MS-office). 4)School Administrators:-Use computers for administrative purposes to make sure that the entire operation runs smoothly. For e.g. to get students details at the click of a button. 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 12 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  13. 13. Also use of ICT in School & Higher Education Level for • Teaching. • Remedial Teaching. • Evaluation process. • Development of Virtual Laboratory. • Online Tutoring/ Training. • Development of Reasoning & Thinking. • Research and development methodology • Instructional Material Development 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 13 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  14. 14. The use of ICT in instruction brings about changes in teacher roles Changes in Teacher Roles A shift from To knowledge transmitter; primary source of information teacher controlling and directing all aspects of learning learning facilitator, collaborator, coach, knowledge navigator and co-learner teacher giving students more options and responsibilities for their own learning 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 14 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education The use of ICT brings about changes in student roles Changes in Student Roles A shift from To passive recipient of information reproducing knowledge learning as a solitary activity active participant in the learning process producing knowledge learning collaboratively with others
  15. 15. • Teaching at School as well as Higher Education, mostly, concentrates on giving information which is not the sole objective of Teaching. Along with giving information, the other objectives are developing - • understanding and application of the concepts, expression power • reasoning and thinking power • judgment and decision making ability • improving comprehension, speed and vocabulary • self-concept and value clarification, proper study habits • Tolerance /broadmindedness and uncertainty/doubt, risk taking capacity, scientific temper, etc. 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 15 USE OF ICT IN TEACHING Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  16. 16. Empower Pupils take control of learning Use ICT to research and manage own learning Extend Significantly alter the way that teaching and learning takes place using ICT Enhance Deeper learning though the use of ICT based teaching and learning resources Dimension shift Passive Activepupil engagement learningDeepShallow Exchange Exchange OHPs for data projectors, using whiteboards as projection screens Enrich whiteboards used interactively and with wider range of teaching resources and methodologies Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  17. 17. Learners taking more control over the direction of their learning with ICT Social collaboration on joint tasks both face-to-face and in online collaboration Learning out of school in other settings and environments Deeper analysis of concepts, processes and visualisation Use of ICT to locate, gather, synthesis, analyse reconstruct, communicate and present information and understanding Creative development and media literacy e.g. digital video, photography animation, music Developing thinking skills and problem solving strategies ICT in teaching and learning Gaining knowledge, understanding and skills beyond that of the teacher Iteration and modelling using ICT; eg in writing, design, maths, science PE and music 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 21
  18. 18. engage empower extend embed enhance enrich exchange e-learning? enthuse entertain 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 22
  19. 19. USE OF ICT IN EVALUATION • Due to advancement in technology it is possible to conduct online test based on Multiple choice questions, fill in the blanks, true or false, match the following etc. • This pattern has been successfully implemented in major competitive examinations, Board Online Examination from 2004. 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 23 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  20. 20. Developing Learning Skills That means, traditional education models have frequently focused on learning identified content for subject areas like math, science, language arts, and social studies and then evaluating this content knowledge through quizzes and tests at the end of a chapter. The core subjects and themes that frame 21st century learning include traditional core subjects while highlighting civic literacy, global awareness, financial literacy, health literacy, and environmental literacy. 24 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil
  21. 21. USE OF ICT IN DEVELOPING VIRTUAL LABORATORY Virtual Laboratory can provide lots of freedom to students. The students can manipulate any attribute or variable related to the experiment and can see how it affects the outcome. Developing Visual Literacy The graphic user interface of the internet, multimedia and the convergence of voice, video, and data into a common digital format have increased the use of visual effects. 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 25 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  22. 22. USE OF ICT IN ONLINE TUTORING (V-SAT) Students do feel the need of academic support out of the school. Students are being taught Online. This has become possible only due to ICT. 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 26 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  23. 23. Developing Learning and Innovation Skills • Communication and collaboration • Critical thinking and problem solving • Creativity and innovation 7/25/2013 27Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  24. 24. Developing Communication and collaboration Skill Learning is a basically social activity whether in schools, workplaces, or other environments. The communication and collaboration skill sets refer to the ability of individuals to communicate clearly and collaborate effectively and responsibly with diverse populations. 7/25/2013 28 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil
  25. 25. USE OF ICT IN DEVELOPING INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL At present there is a shortage of qualified and competent teachers in all most all subjects at all levels. The book reading is not very enjoyable and does not help students in understanding the concepts and retaining the information. There are many teachers who are well known for the specific subject. Their lectures should be digitalized and made available to all the users. It will enhance the quality of instruction in the classrooms. It will make the teaching effective, participatory and enjoyable. 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 29 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  26. 26. USE OF ICT IN REMEDIAL TEACHING The Remedial /counteractive teaching can be done by the eminent/ well-known faculties by arranging seminars, workshops or special training programs for weak students. 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 30 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  27. 27. Developing Critical thinking and problem solving Skill Critical thinking and problem solving skills include the ability of individuals to reason effectively, ask pointed questions and solve problems, analyze and evaluate alternative points of view etc. ICT improve the students traditional, critical thinking skills for accessing, manipulating, creating, analyzing, managing, storing, and communicating information. 7/25/2013 31 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil
  28. 28. ICT FOR WORK AND EMPLOYMENT BANKING The computers, networking and internet are the backbone of the banking system. It functions to control the entire banking system that also includes `Electronic banking Services'(e-banking). In banking: 1) Customers can carry out online transactions (24 Hrs X 7 days). 2) Businessmen can save their time, access company accounts for loan applications, business transactions and update on their cash flow at any time. 3) Bank administrators can monitor entire banking activities. 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 32 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  29. 29. Developing Financial Literacy Financial literacy is a skill which helps to take economic decisions. There is considerable deficiency in financial literacy among students and adults. Financial education like E-Banking, E-Cash, Net Banking, E-Trading, using ATM etc. 7/25/2013 33 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil ATM
  30. 30. INDUSTRY Computers are used to facilitate production planning and control systems, to support `supply chain management' and to help in product design in the industrial sector. 1) Workers- Use machine to carry out routine task. In some productions, robots are used to take over jobs that are dangerous. 2) Researchers– Use computers to analyze and collect research data for development. 3) Administrators- Use computers to oversee the entire operations in the plant or factory. 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 34 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  31. 31. Developing Creativity and innovation Skill Thus today in 21st century business and industry must continuously make changes in their technology. Creativity is an essential skill. ICT promotes creative thinking and the ability to work creatively with others. 7/25/2013 35Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  32. 32. 7/25/2013 Impact of ICT on Life Skill Development among Students 36 Caravan
  33. 33. COMMERCE E-commerce helps in boosting the economy. It makes buying and selling activities easier, more efficient and faster. For this application, computers, internet and shared software are needed. In Commerce: 1) Customers- Use computers to be connected online with suppliers to purchase products. 2) Suppliers- Use computers to keep track of their transactions. 3) Employees- Use computers and telephones to communicate with their customers for any enquiries. 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 37 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  34. 34. Developing Global Awareness The global awareness theme expresses to the need for students to be able to learn from and work collaboratively with individuals from diverse cultures, religions, ideologies and lifestyles in an environment of openness and mutual respect. 7/25/2013 38 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil
  35. 35. HOME AND DOMESTIC ACTIVITIES • ICT has a great impact for our daily life, we can read our local news paper. • Connect ourselves to our family, relatives, or colleagues while we are abroad by using the electronic mail, messenger, call conference, or video conference. • Carry out electronic transactions through Debit / Credit cards, net banking, trading of shares and Book Air / Rail tickets • Purchase books / office equipments through commercial web sites • Impart education through interactive web sites • Demonstrate major surgical operations • Watch TV programs, Getting information etc. 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 39 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  36. 36. USE OF ICT IN PERSONAL AND CITIZEN ACTIVITIES ICT can give a big help in improving quality of human life and provides the wider knowledge and information. The communication and trading will be easier while using ICT enabled services. ICT can help in promoting culture, tourism and local products to the world as well as to local. ICT can work as a bridge between the Government and the citizen by using the e-governance. 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 40 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  37. 37. Developing Civic Literacy Civic literacy speaks to the need for students to be able to understand and impact of civic decision- making. This theme focuses on the importance of staying informed and understanding governmental processes and recognizing the local and global implications of civic decisions by using internet. 7/25/2013 41 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil
  38. 38. SHOPPING Online shopping involves E-commerce. Electronic commerce draws on such technologies as electronic funds transfer, supply chain management, Online transaction processing, EDI, Inventory management system and automated data collection systems. Electronic commerce is generally considered to be the sales aspect of e-business. Developing Leadership and Responsibility Skill Leadership and responsibility skills include the ability of individuals to work with the interest of the larger community in mind, to inspire others by example, and to capitalize on the strengths of others to achieve a common goal. 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 42 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  39. 39. Developing Productivity and Accountability Skill Skills that fall into the “productivity and accountability” category include: setting and meeting goals, prioritizing needs, managing time, working ethically, and collaborating and cooperating with colleagues and clients. 7/25/2013 43 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil
  40. 40. ICT AND SOCIAL NETWORK, FRIENDS AND FAMILY EVENTS FASTER COMMUNICATION SPEED With the Internet, news or messages are sent via e-mail to friends, business partners or to anyone efficiently because of the capability of bandwidth, broadband and connection speed on the Internet, information travel fast and at an instant. It saves time and is inexpensive. EFFECTIVE SHARING OF INFORMATION • With the use of ICT, information, news, opinion, mailing lists, forums etc. can be shared by people all around the world. • Example of popular discussion groups on the Internet are: Facebook, Orkut, Google Groups, Yahoo! Groups etc. 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 44 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  41. 41. PAPERLESS ENVIRONMENT This term means information can be stored and retrieved through the digital medium instead of paper. ICT AND SOCIAL PROBLEMS There are some negative effects of ICT. It has created social problem in the society. Nowadays, people choose online communication rather than real time conversations. People tend to become more individualistic /unique and introvert. 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 45 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  42. 42. ICT AND HEALTH PROBLEMS A computer may harm users if they use it for long hours frequently. Computer users also exposed to bad posture/position, eyestrain, physical and mental stress. 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 46 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  43. 43. Developing Health Literacy The emphasis/ stress on health literacy addresses the need for individuals to be able to access and use high quality information through internet health care services to take health-related decisions. Developing Environmental literacy Environmental education can help raise student achievement in other core subjects like math and science through ICT. This is a smart investment in our children’s future and the future of our planet. 7/25/2013 47 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil
  44. 44. Environmental Literacy 7/25/2013 48Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil
  45. 45. Judges standards in ICT and the degree of “embedding” within the curriculum and pedagogy Judges whether the school’s strategy and implementation of ICT is secure and impacting on quality and standards Monitors, evaluates, make judgements and provides constructive feedback about teaching and learning Assesses impact on the wider school, staffing and budgets for sustaining ICT e-confident leader Knows how ICT systems can improve organisational effectiveness through internal and external communication, analysis and data exchange Understands how the application of ICT can enhance, improve and enrich the quality of learning and teaching now and in the future Conceptualises what the school is currently doing and envisions, communicates and engages others in action Demonstrates effective use and application of ICT within own leadership role(s) 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 49
  46. 46. Encounters through media • Advertising campaigns for multimedia related products and services are one source of exposure. General news coverage of major product launches can get though to people who watch or listen to the news. The launch of digital TV for example, got considerable coverage as it is a product promoted by the television companies. • The newspapers have been picking up on stories that involve the Internet and other technologies for a few years, and these appear scattered throughout the paper, in business, news and technology sections. People can pick up on individual news items or just become aware of general developments through scanning the paper. 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 50 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  47. 47. • Media Literacy • Information Literacy • Technology Literacy 7/25/2013 51 Developing Information, Media, and Technology Skills Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil
  48. 48. 7/25/2013 52Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil Information Literacy Media Literacy
  49. 49. 7/25/2013 53 This new style of learning focuses on collaborative knowledge building, shared assets, problem solving, and the breakdown of distinctions between knowledge and communication. Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Technology Literacy
  50. 50. 7/25/2013 54Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil
  51. 51. Game-Based Learning 7/25/2013 55 Virtual environments enhances student learning. Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil
  52. 52. Rapid Change • If our grandparents were suddenly transported to 2009, what elements of our society might be incomprehensible? • If you were to wake up from a 10-year coma, what might you find confusing? 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 56 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
  53. 53. Farming 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 57
  54. 54. Phone 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 58
  55. 55. Check Out 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 59
  56. 56. Photography 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 60
  57. 57. Printing 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 61
  58. 58. Banking 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 62
  59. 59. Paying for goods 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 63
  60. 60. Music 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 64
  61. 61. Personal Communication 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 65
  62. 62. Information Search 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 66
  63. 63. Education 7/25/2013 Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil 67
  64. 64. 7/25/2013 68Design by Miss Sushama Shivgonda Patil Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Thank you…!!!

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