Using ICTs for Self-Learning Material Development

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2012/09/06: Using ICTs for Self-Learning Material Development presentation by Sanjaya Mishra at National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS), NOIDA.

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Using ICTs for Self-Learning Material Development

  1. 1. Using ICTs for Self-Learning Material Development Sanjaya Mishra, PhD Director Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia
  2. 2. Course Development at NIOS
  3. 3. Learning Experiences in Distance Education Self learning from various media Participation in Counselling sessions Participation in Interactive TV and Radio sessions Discussion with peer groups Working on Assignments, Projects, Practicals, etc. Using online and web resources
  4. 4. What are the Learning Connections? Pedagogy Content StudentTechnology Teacher
  5. 5. What are the Learning Connections?Teachers prepare SLM content in multiplemedia using sound pedagogical principles Pedagogy Content Student Technology Teacher
  6. 6. What are the connections? Pedagogy Content Student Technology TeacherTeachers prepare SLM content in multiple media usingappropriate technology and sound pedagogical principles
  7. 7. What are the Learning Connections? Pedagogy Content Student Technology TeacherTechnological-Pedagogical-Content Knowledge isnecessary to develop good SLM.
  8. 8. What are the Learning Connections?Technology used should be learner friendly, and matchthe pedagogical needs of the level of the learner. Pedagogy Content Student Technology Teacher
  9. 9. What are the Learning Connections?In distance learning, technology bridges the distancebetween the student and the teacher to build interaction. Pedagogy Content Student Technology Teacher
  10. 10. What are the Learning Connections?• Teacher in-built in content to facilitate autonomous learning.• Increased interaction can facilitate student learning. Pedagogy Content Student Technology Teacher
  11. 11. What are the Learning Connections?• Students are expected to be autonomous learner; and• They may be trained to use learning content appropriately. Pedagogy Content Student Technology Teacher
  12. 12. Summary of Connection Principles for Material Development for Distance Learning• Teachers prepare SLM content in multiple media using sound pedagogical principles• Teachers prepare SLM content in multiple media using appropriate technology• Technological-Pedagogical-Content Knowledge is necessary to develop good SLM• Technology used should be learner friendly, and match the pedagogical needs of the level of the learner• In distance learning, technology bridges the distance between the student and the teacher to build interaction• Teacher in-built in content to facilitate autonomous learning• Increased interaction can facilitate student learning.• Students are expected to be autonomous learner; and• They may be trained to use learning content appropriately.
  13. 13. ICTs and School Curriculum ICT as component of Curriculum (e.g. ICT as a school subject, ICT) ICT as medium of Curriculum transaction (e.g. ICT integrated in teaching school subjects; use in ODL) ICT as tool for Curriculum planning (e.g. ICT as software tool for decision making) ICT as tool for extending Curriculum (e.g. Online Learning, Virtual High Schools, Sharing though social networks, etc.)
  14. 14. ICT as Medium of Curriculum Transaction in Open School• Material development• Integration of audio as well as video materials• Tutoring and support• Assessment
  15. 15. Collaborative Material Development• Wiki-based approach to material development• Possibility of eBook development• Collaborative content development• Improves quality as well a monitoring of material development
  16. 16. Open Educational Resources• OER Paris Declaration• COMOSA OER Policy• NIOS OER Wiki• Open Licensing• Sharing of materials as national resources• Need for national policy on OER• Possibility of MOOC• Developing new models of teaching and learning such as OERU
  17. 17. Challenges to OER Development• OER Policy• Understanding of open licensing• Digital divide (access to technology)• Capacity building on OER• Integrating OER in teaching and learning• Quality of OER

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