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  • 1. e-EducationTransforming Teaching/Learning through ICT
  • 2. Think BigIt should be no longer a question ofwhether or not we will implementeEducation in our schools, but let’sthink how we can do it well.
  • 3. ForewordOur world is changing, and information andcommunication technology (ICT) is central to this change.Digital media has revolutionized the information society.These advances in ICT have dramatically changed thelearning and teaching process, and have expanded newlearning opportunities and access to educationalresources.The provision of a telecommunication infrastructureavailable for learning and teaching is gradually increasing,and many schools are exploiting the benefits of ICT toenhance the quality of teaching.
  • 4. … Contd.The introduction of ICT to Nepalese schools will createnew possibilities for learners and teachers to engage innew ways of information access.It also enhance the management and administrativecapacity of schools.Collaboration of Government and the private sector inICT will help to reach new milestones inTeaching/Learning Process.Our schools will be converted to the best centers ofquality teaching and learning for the twenty-first centuryICT World.
  • 5. Learning & eEducationLearning is acquiring new or modifying existing knowledge,behaviors, skills, values, or preferences and may involvesynthesizing different types of information. [Wikipedia]E-learning is learning which takes place as a result of experiencesand interaction in an Internet environment. It is not restricted to aregular school day and can take place in a variety of locationsincluding home, school and community locations.E-education involves e-teaching and e-learning along with thevarious administrative and strategic measures needed to supportteaching and learning in an Internet environment. It willincorporate a local, regional, national and international view ofeducation.
  • 6. …Contd.E-teachers are the new generation of teachers who willwork in an Internet environment in both regular andvirtual classroom situations. They will build new conceptsof working in time and space. E-teachers collaborate,build and discover new learning communities and exploreresources as they interact with information, materials andideas with their students and colleagues.E-Learners are someone who learns or takes upknowledge or beliefs from E-Teachers. E-Learnersproceed there learning way in Internet Environment.
  • 7. Benefits Flexibility is one of the most attractive elements of online learning,many online students find their educational journey is particularlyrewarding. Virtual classrooms can be accessed from anywhere Well educated, professional instructors just like traditional education Diverse programs in a variety of disciplines Freedom to enhance skills –and resume – while still working full-time Greater comfort with interactive technologies Balance with Work & Learning
  • 8. Technology in theclassroomSwift Internet ConnectionComputer in the classroomClass website & blogWireless classroom microphonesMobile devices (Tablets/Pads)Interactive WhiteboardsOnline mediaDigital GamesVideo Cameras, Projectors
  • 9. Exciting News Nepal Wireless Networking Project by ‘Mahabir Pun’ thatprovides Internet access, electronic commerce, education,telemedicine and other services to a number of remote villages inNepal, using wireless technologies. Net users on mobile increase: NTA [ktm2day.com] Nepal’s Internet User Base Climbs 160% [thisdaylive.com] Internet subscribers touch 3.11 million: NTA [TheHimalayanTimes] Nepal’s telecoms penetration reaches 47.3% in August, NTA reports[telegeography.com]
  • 10. …Contd. Ncell´s contribution to establish e-Library [TheHimalayanTimes] eLibrary deployment successful @ Seduwa, Birgunj [FOSS Nepal] Telecom Opterator’s CSR for Education [ekantipur.com] Ncell contributes for e-library in rural schools [ncell.com] eLibrary Establishment [HelpNepal.com] at Janakalyan Primary School, Nawalparasi at Lekhani Higher Secondary School, Baglung OLE Nepal launches eLearning project [ole.org]
  • 11. Some eLearning Portals Open Learning Exchange Nepal [www.olenepal.org] Audio/Video Learning System by National Center for Educational Development[nced.gov.np] St. Xaviers College, Kathmandu - Online learning[http://www.sxc.edu.np/elearning/login/] Nepal Study Center, University of New Mexico [nepalstudycenter.unm.edu] Free Online Interactive Education and Training for Nepal[alison.com/learning/Nepal] Learn Nepali Language through PDF & MP3 [nepali-language.com/] e-Pustakalaya from Nepal Library Foundation [nepallibrary.org] UNICEF/ERF free e-course on Social and Economic Policies[www.policyforchildrights.org]
  • 12. …Contd.eLibraries in SchoolsLekhani Higher Secondary School, BaglungShree Jan Kalyan Rastriya Prathamik School, NawalparasiJanata Dom Higher Secondary School, SirahaTaltuleswori Lower Secondary School, SindhupalchowkShree Darakh Higher Secondary School, Kailali.etc.
  • 13. Students in eLearning Center[Photo: Ncell.com]
  • 14. One Laptop Per Child Project[Photo: olpcnews.com]
  • 15. Eagerness to Learn
  • 16. Mahabir Pun’sNepal Wireless Networking Project – Connecting Nepal’sRural Areas [nepalwireless.net]
  • 17. DiscussionWe are now climbing the mountain of change made possibleby the rapid development and availability of the Internet.These developments have already begun to fundamentallyalter the way in which we can utilize ICT in our classrooms.The access to the Internet outside of formal classroom settingshas opened up possibilities that were unimaginable someyears ago.For many students their home will be the principal place ofaccess to the Internet and the word classroom will assume awhole new meaning.
  • 18. …Contd.The Ministry of Education’s ICT Strategy should clearly statethe potential of ICT that will remove the classroom boundariesand enables teachers and students in urban and rural areas toaccess a range of learning opportunities from around theworld.The policy should focus on the needs of e-teaching and e-teachers. Teachers should be well trained to become e-Teachers. They must be capable to develop online contentstoo. And that is nearly impossible without involvement of thegovernment body.After that, the technology implementation part arises.
  • 19. If time, location and how long a student sits in aseat are no longer the defining elements of aschool then how does a school committed to e-education define their role and operation?
  • 20. Big Question ?How will schools accommodate the needs of staff whochoose not to adopt the role of e-teachers?How will schools determine student numbers whenstudents are attending multiple institutions?How will schools allocate costs of shared facilities, staffand students?How will schools measure irregular "attendance"patterns or will they need to?How will student class participation patterns bemeasured?
  • 21. …Contd. How will schools accommodate the professional development ofteachers based in their school so they can move toward being e-teachers? How different will the e-curriculum need to be? How will e-teacher’s workloads be measured when the preparationof e-learning materials will need to be started many months beforethe start of the e-class? How will teacher’s workload and compensation be worked out whenthey work in multiple locations and institutions? How will teachers teach and measure the work of students who areall working at different paces and in different places? What are the support needs of e-teachers and how can they accessthis support?
  • 22. … Contd. Will e-teaching be part of the ‘job description’ of all newly hiredteachers in schools? How will the Ministry of Education accommodate different types ofschools with many different structures and characteristics? How will families accommodate the e-learning of students who may nolonger attend school at the traditional times of the day? How will families make choices from a wide range of educational choicesfor their children? How will the needs of students change as they take the opportunity todetermine some of their own learning goals? The students who experience e-learning in secondary education willexpect these same opportunities in tertiary education and the chance topursue life-long learning opportunities. Will e-teachers be ready for thedemand?
  • 23. …Contd.How will teacher education meet the challenge ofoffering e-education for future e-teachers? Who willcreate the content and maintain the online learningenvironments?How will the quality of online courses offered by for-profit organizations be monitored?How will the issue of the copyright of e-learninginformation and materials used for e-teaching beaddressed?
  • 24. Let’s Promise to ACTLet’s get started to convert eEducation promises topractice.WHY to be late if wenecessarily need to GO?
  • 25. Thank You.Saroj Pandeysarojpandey.com.npBlog: weblog.sarojpandey.com.npisaroz.tumblr.comhttp://twitter.com/itscoolskyhttp://fb.com/isaroz

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