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Presentation Christ University, Dr. Kennedy thomas
TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATED CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT FOR THE COURSE ON INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE FOR UNDER GRADUATE STUDENTS - PROCESS AND IMPLEMENTATION Dr. KENNEDY ANDREW THOMASDirector Total Quality Management System(TQMS),Christ University, Bangalore, India & Prof. EDEN JOSEPH Professor of Zoology and Environmental Science, Christ University, Bangalore, India CHRIST UNIVERSITY, BANGALORE, INDIA WWW.CHRISTUNIVERSITY.IN firstname.lastname@example.org
Aims and Objectives .The Project is aimed at :• developing a technology based curriculum to identify, document ,develop and disseminate a Indigenous Knowledge (IK)• developing courseware for undergraduate students of Christ University• developing a technology based model curriculum on Indigenous Knowledge for other Universities and Colleges
Methodology•Problem Genesis – Theoretical background and needwas studied•Review of literature was carried out by internal experts•Development of draft syllabus and curriculum•Expert consultation was conducted with external experts•Content development workshop for validation ofcurriculum•Technology workshop- video shoots•Technology integration for preparation of e-book, and Instructional materials (PPTs)•Uploading on the website•Access for downloading – through hyperlink
outcome• Technology based Curriculum on Indigenous Knowledge was developed in performing arts-Music, Dance, and Ethnobotany• Human resource to teach content Indigenous Knowledge(IK) was developed• Technology based indigenous knowledge courseware for transaction through Internet• Transaction of Indigenous Knowledge as a credit programme for UG classes• Universities and colleges course to use the course, e-book technological based pedagogical approach using power point presentations (PPTs) to ensure students’ active participation and to create an environment in which they will actively engage in learning with the teacher and fellow students. It is expected that after the completion of the course, the students will have knowledge about IK.
• The project was carried out in the following stages :• Preliminary Phase – December 2011• Review (Baseline research was carried out on concepts)• Framing a draft syllabus and Collection and pooling of information- January 2011• Visits• Identifying subject experts• Process Phase - January – February 2011• Consultation on Content Development Workshop involving experts March- April 2011• Consultation on technology Workshop involving experts – April 2011• Documentation Phase -May 2011
Conducting Content Related and Technology workshops entailed the following :• Identification and Confirmation of experts: Filing of invites and confirmed letter of participation of experts. Mailing requests and discussing topics for compatibility• Preliminary discussion with the subject experts – December 2010• Framing a draft syllabus and Collection and pooling of information- January 2011• Visit s - to the ethnobotanical laboratory and institute, IAIM, Bangalore for identification of medicinal plants and observation of extraction techniques – February 2011• Identifying subject experts and conduction of workshop- March 2011• Technology workshop- script writing , video shoots , editing, embedding video capsules in power point and uploading on the website• Shooting of relevant video capsules in dance music and in ethnobotany -April 2011
Standardization Phase – April 2011• Validation of content, methodology and evaluative tools ( consultation with wider stakeholders was carried out)• Finalizing the syllabus and compiling the e-book and the text book - April 2011Pilot- (tested on the target sample of UG Classes April 25- 30 ( 30hrs)• Conducting of workshops and evaluation• Conduction of pilot course with target sample and feed back assessment – April 2011 Reports and feedback and future directions by experts and students were consideredFinalization Stage- May 2011 – e-book, instructional materials
OutcomesProvision for continuity of Programs:Implementation stage- June 2011 –Post Project PeriodIntroduction of the course on INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE tobe delivered in a semester/s
Applications/Outputs•Introduction of credit course on dance ,music and Ethnobotany inJune 2012•Demo•e - book•Instructional materials - PPTS
• “Christ University is a nurturing ground for an individual’s holistic development to make effective contribution to the society in a dynamic environment.”• Today the core philosophy of the institution is the social responsibility and the holistic development.• As a social responsibility initiative, the university runs a Centre for Social Action (CSA).• Centre for Social Action, is a Students’ Movement, for a Humane and Just Society with Child as the Focus.• It was formed, in order to coordinate social sensitization programmes targeted at the students and also implement service programmes for the marginalized children and their communities.• Today there are some 3300 children, 1500 women, 600 youth in 50 rural communities and 4 urban slums who are benefited through the CSA.
• Towards holistic development the university has a host of programmes such as Value Education, Collaborative programmes, student exchange programmes, Theatre in Education (TIE), organized by Centre for Education Beyond Curriculum (CEDBEC).• The major objective of Centre for education Beyond Curriculum (CEDBEC) is to enhance the quality of educational system through creativity in educational methods. The Course on Indigenous Knowledge- Dance, Music and Ethnobotany is one such method.
• The courses could be taken onto two levelsDance• Level I - 40hrs content and knowledge 20 hrs skills• Level II - 20hrs content and Knowledge 40hrs skillsMusic• Level I 40hrs content and knowledge 20 hrs skills• Level II 20hrs content and Knowledge 40hrs skills• 4 courses at two levels (60 hours)EthnobotanyProposed Level II• where emphasis will be in extraction of medicinal compounds from plants• A project could be initiated where each rural household in a selected area will be provided with a collection of medicinal plants and educated to grow and exploit them• Similar projects in other areas such as Ethnic food, Ethnic values and wisdom could be taken up
Thank you! Dr. KENNEDY ANDREW THOMASDirector Total Quality Management System(TQMS),Christ University, Bangalore, India & Prof. EDEN N JOSEPH Professor of Zoology and Environmental Science, Christ University, Bangalore, India CHRIST UNIVERSITY, BANGALORE, INDIA WWW.CHRISTUNIVERSITY.IN email@example.com