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21st Century Teachers and Students
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21st Century Teachers and Students
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21st Century Teachers and Students
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21st Century Teachers and Students
21st Century Teachers and Students
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21st Century Teachers and Students
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  • Nicaragua: a community learning togetherBluefields, Nicaragua was devastated by Hurricane Felix in 2007. The Miskito community is embracing the XO laptops as a meaningful tool for its children's future. Thanks to the Zamora Teran Foundation, every child and teacher in the community is learning together with their XOs.
  • Afghanistan: Inspiring young womenHalf of the OLPC schools in Afghanistan are for girls. They and their teachers have been particularly eager to explore new ways to work with laptops in the classroom.
  • This class of students in Takaungu, Kenya has been working with their XOs for a year. They have an XO study hall, with seats rearranged in groups, to explore what interests them. You can see students working on recording video, programming in Turtle Art, and playing favorite Sugar activities.
  • Nepal: Children Down Every PathThese young boys on the outskirts of Kathmandu, Nepal work together at home. They spend as much time with their XOs there as they do at school, and parents embrace the change.
  • India: Music in Khairat Elementary students in Khairat, India, have kept their attendance near 100% since their school received XOs. Their teachers run weekly workshops inviting other teachers to come work with their students and share new ideas.
  • Gaza and Ramallah: Learning as a community UNRWA and OLPC have been working together in Gaza and the West Bank to implement community laptop programs this year. In many schools in such as this one in Ramallah, students use their XOs in class and out. These girls are on their way home.
  • Paraguay: Focused inspirationOLPC Paraguay has been led by a national NGO. Paraguayan software developers and educators have collaboratively developed localized software and class materials that they use today.
  • Paraguay: Focused inspirationOLPC Paraguay has been led by a national NGO. Paraguayan software developers and educators have collaboratively developed localized software and class materials that they use today.
  • Paraguay: Focused inspirationOLPC Paraguay has been led by a national NGO. Paraguayan software developers and educators have collaboratively developed localized software and class materials that they use today.
  • Paraguay: Focused inspirationOLPC Paraguay has been led by a national NGO. Paraguayan software developers and educators have collaboratively developed localized software and class materials that they use today.
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    • 1. 21st Century Teachers and Students
    • 2. What is ICT
    • 3. ICT is..to consider all the uses of digitaltechnology that already exist to helpindividuals, businesses andorganisations use information.
    • 4. ICT in EducationInformation and Communication Technology(ICT) can contribute to universal access toeducation, equity in education, the delivery ofquality learning and teaching, teachers’professional development and more efficienteducation management, governance andadministration
    • 5. Teacher Centered
    • 6. Student Centered
    • 7. ICT
    • 8. ICT act as a Facilitator
    • 9. ICT act as a FacilitatorEquity in education.
    • 10. ICT act as a Facilitator2.Cost Effective
    • 11. ICT act as a Facilitator3.Global Reach
    • 12. ICT act as a FacilitatorDelivery of quality learningand Teaching
    • 13. ICT act as a FacilitatorTeahcer’s ProfessionalDevelopment
    • 14. ICT act as a FacilitatorLife-Long Learning
    • 15. How to use ICT effectively at School
    • 16. How to use ICT effectively at School1. Teaching and Learning.2. School management andadministration.3. Personal Development.
    • 17. Teaching and Learning
    • 18. Modern Student Life Smart Phones Television & Radio Internet & e-mailsOnline Newspapers Social Networking Tools Computer Games
    • 19. Teaching and Learning  Content Developing. Computers as interactive teaching device. Colloborative learning. Computer simulations (electronic circuits) Computer games related to education.
    • 20. School management andadministration.
    • 21. School management and administration. Content Mangement Systems. Finance and Assest Systems. Staff and Student Management Systems. Time management Systems. E-mail / Video conferencing / IP phones.
    • 22. Personal Development.
    • 23. Personal Development Leadership and skills developmentprograms.Character building Programs.
    • 24. ව ව වව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව
    • 25. What is the INTERNETව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව වව ව ව… Every one can learn through internet
    • 26. What World Wide Web (WWW)ව ව වව ව ව ව ව ව ව වව ව වව ව… ව ව වThe Web lets people, publish informationfor other people to see.
    • 27. What World Wide Web (WWW)ව ව වව ව ව ව ව ව ව වව ව වව ව… ව ව වThis makes the Web a very useful toolfor finding information on just aboutany topic. ව වව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව
    • 28. What the Web is used for most? Sharing and exchanging information Personal communication Selling and Buying
    • 29. Sharing and exchanginginformationව ව ව වව ව ව වව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව වව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව )
    • 30. Personal communicationව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව -ව
    • 31. Selling and Buyingව ව වව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව වව ව ව ව ව ව ව ව
    • 32. Open Source Applications
    • 33. Office Suites
    • 34. Writer Ms-WordCalc Ms-ExcelImpress Ms-PowerPointBase Ms-Access
    • 35. Web Browsing Mozilla Firefox
    • 36. Video Playback VLC Player
    • 37. Sound Recording Audacity
    • 38. Online learning tools
    • 39. Tools that you are familiar
    • 40. Google-DocsWeb-based office suite
    • 41. Google-Docs (Web-based office suite)  Create and share your work online.  Upload your files from your desktop.  Access anywhere: Edit and view your docs from any computer or smart phone.  Share your work: Real-time collaboration means work gets done more quickly.
    • 42. Google-Docs (Web-based office suite) We keep Same for things we our need documents
    • 43. Google-Docs (Web-based office suite) If you need to send a document you can attached it into a e-mail
    • 44. Google-Docs (Web-based office suite) 1 2Your 3documentexist in 4places
    • 45. Google-Docs (Web-based office suite) Our Class Room
    • 46. Google-Docs (Web-based office suite)
    • 47. Google-Docs (Web-based office suite) https://docs.google.com/
    • 48. Google-Docs (Web-based office suite) https://docs.google.com/
    • 49. Google-Docs (Web-based office suite) https://docs.google.com/
    • 50. Create basic document or Upload yourexisting files.
    • 51. Share and collaborate in realtime.Choose who can access your documents :Just enter the email addresses of the people with whomyou want to share a given document and send them aninvitation.
    • 52. Safely store and organize yourwork. Edit and access from anywhere. Safely store your work. Easily save and export copies (DOC, XLS, PDF,HTML formats) Organize your documents.
    • 53. Control who can see yourdocuments. Publish your work as a web page. Control who can see your pages. Post your documents to your blog. Publish within your company or group.Back
    • 54. Successful Stories - Overseas
    • 55. Uruguay: Three young students worktogether on the curb outside school.
    • 56. Rwanda: transforming society througheducation
    • 57. Nicaragua: a community learning together
    • 58. Afghanistan: Inspiring young women
    • 59. Kenya: Joyful collaboration
    • 60. Nepal: Children Down Every Path
    • 61. India: Music in Khairat
    • 62. Gaza and Ramallah: Learning as acommunity
    • 63. Paraguay: Focused inspiration
    • 64. Succesful Stories from Sri Lanka
    • 65. Sharing and learning Grade 3 students atSeelarathana Primary School, Sri Lanka.
    • 66. Dilki in Grade 3 studies the leaf in herhand and photographs it for her lesson.
    • 67. Learning by observing. Buddingbotanists? Photograph
    • 68. Future of Learning and Teaching
    • 69. Thank you !

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