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Presentation given by Dr Anita Priyadarshini, Director, Distance Education Programme – SSA, Indira Gandhi National Open Universityon July 14,2011 at WORLD EDUCATION SUMMIT ...

Presentation given by Dr Anita Priyadarshini, Director, Distance Education Programme – SSA, Indira Gandhi National Open Universityon July 14,2011 at WORLD EDUCATION SUMMIT (www.worldeducationsummit.net) in the School Education Track: CREATING EXCELLENCE IN SCHOOL EDUCATION: FUNDAMENTALS FOR POLICy MAKERS, PRACTITIONERS AND EDUCATIONISTS

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    • Creating Excellence in School Education: Fundamentals for Policy Makers, Practitioners and Educationists Dr. Anita Priyadarshini Project Director Distance Education Programme- Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, IGNOU New Delhi, India
    • School system and within the school system, the elementary school system, is the foundation upon which the edifice of a nations education system stands
    • Need for a collaboration between the different systems of education
    • School Education/Basic Education is a national commitment for all nations
    • Excellence in schooling needs convergence of vision between Policy makers, Practitioners and Educationists
      • School education encompasses all modes
      • Formal and Open learning
      • Covers all levels namely from elementary to senior secondary
      • General Education, Vocational Education, Enrichment Education and Lifelong Learning
    • Access and Equity
      • Reaching rural and remote areas
      • Reaching vulnerable groups – culturally /religiously sensitive groups
      • Differently abled persons
      • Marginalized Groups
    • Access, equity, curriculum and content, issues of equivalence, teacher training, resource management, infrastructure development Challenges facing School Education
    • Curriculum and Content -Encouraging children to construct their own knowledge -Greater freedom to the child in choice of subjects -Differentiated pace of learning in subjects -Opportunity for lifelong learning
    • Adaptation of Materials
      • Contextualizing for local use
      • Developing a sense of ownership amongst learners and teachers
    • Teacher Training
      • Teacher is the critical for improving the quality of the programme
      • Teacher need to be empowered academically
      • Opportunity for self-development of the teacher
      • Recognition and respect for the school teacher
    • Creating Resource Support through Technology
      • Technology as a great enabler for making learning effective
      • Availability and accessibility of resources
      • Wiki Platform and online support system
    • Infrastructure
      • Creating infrastructure that facilitates learning and promotes the objectives of inclusion