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    • Using ICT for Learning Cases & Ideas (from Indonesia) Ir. Mohamad Adriyanto, MSM http://adriyanto.or.id Program Pasca Sarjana Kependididkan Universitas Mulawarman Samarinda, Kalimantan Timur, Indonesia http://pasca.unmul.ac.id/kependidikan/materi/tkip/
    • The Art of ICT Design for Education
      • ICT for education does not have to be expensive, new technology has reduced the cost while still maintaining & increasing the value
      • ICT for education should be designed based on self needs and capabilities
      • Creativity is the main key factor in finding the best solution
      • These cases and ideas are developed for developing countries and some have been implemented in Indonesia
    • List of Available Samples
      • Full-scale School Computer Lab
      • A VCD Learning Classroom
      • Encarta-based Digital Library
      • School FM Radio
      • More…
    • Full-scale School Computer Lab
      • Facilities
        • Computer Lab (LAN)
          • 40 PC, 1 server, 2 backup PC
          • 1 network laser printer
          • 1 network inkjet color printer (optional)
          • 1 teacher’s laptop w/ DVD ROM (optional)
          • 1 LCD projector + screen
        • Legal and/or open source software
        • Dedicated Internet (min. ADSL 384 Kbps)
        • Backup electricity power generator
      • Methods
        • Basic computer traning program for each student (2 hour/week)
        • Advance computer training program for students w/ special needs
        • Extra curricular on various computer related activities (video editing, graphics design, web design, cyber math club, cyber chemistry club, English club, robotics, programming, etc.)
        • Teachers ICT Advancement Program (regular training sessions to improve all teachers on ICT knowledge & skills)
        • Online network learning w/ other students from other schools
      • Teachers Qualification
        • Curriculum development in using ICT for specific local needs
        • Basic computer operation
        • Office application (MS or open source)
        • Experience in online interaction
        • Special applications (video, graphics, math, programming, etc.)
        • Moderate computer network maintenance
      • Assumptions
        • Applicable for elementary to high school (K1 to K12)
        • Lab runs continuously (at least 10 hours/day, 6 days/week) without idle time
        • 1 lab for up to 500 students (ratio of PC against student of 1:12)
        • 1 class/study group is 40 students
        • Lab is not only use for computer lessons, but also for other subject applications (e.g. math, chemistry, history, English, etc.)
        • Stable and continuous electricity supply
      • Estimated Investment
      • From Rp 150 million (equal to USD 15,000)
    • Full-scale School Computer Lab
    • A VCD Learning Classroom
      • Facilities
        • 1VCD player w/ microphone (DVD optional)
        • 1 TV set (from 21 inch screen)
        • 1 sound system set (optional)
        • 1 LCD projector + screen (optional)
        • VCDs on various learning fields (e.g. National Geographics Video Series, Dora The Explorer Series, movies w/ learning insights such as Disney’s Nemo, etc.)
        • Backup electricity power generator (optional)
      • Methods
        • A group of students is presented with a 30 minutes or so video presentation (2-4 times per month)
        • Teacher guides the process, pause the presentation whenever necessary to provide guidance for “lost” students
        • An open discussion is held after the VCD show
        • Teacher gives assignment to students related the topic discussed (a real world assignments close to students daily life)
        • The facility can also be used for a movie show for up to around 50 spectators
      • Teachers Qualification
        • Teacher with competency on specific fields (e.g. science, history, English, etc.)
        • Sufficient English skills to understand English learning materials
        • Facilitating skills in conducting dynamic discussion group
      • Assumptions
        • Applicable for elementary to high school (K1 to K12)
        • Facility runs continuously (at least 6 hours/day, 6 days/week) without idle time
        • 1 facility for up to 500 students
        • 1 class/study group is 40 students
        • Stable and continuous electricity supply
      • Estimated Investment
      • From Rp 1.200.000,- (equal to USD 120) plus cost on VCD materials
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    • Video
    • Video
    • Encarta-based Digital Library
      • Facilities
        • 2 PC with CD ROM (at least Intel Pentium III with MS Windows 98)
        • 2 sets of PC speakers
        • 1 shared inkjet color printer
        • 2 CD packages of MS Encarta Encyclopedia
        • Internet connection (optional)
        • Backup electricity power generator (optional)
      • Methods
        • Teachers from all subjects/fields give assignment to students
        • The assignments should include the encouragement to use digital library (specifically the MS Encarta Encylopedia)
        • Students will flock to the library to access and search for information, the librarian has to arrange a schedule to avoid “traffic jam”
        • Initially, there should be an introduction session when all students are introduced to this facility (a dedicated 1-2 hour training session for each student might be necessary)
      • Librarian & Teacher Qualification
        • Teachers with competency on various fields (e.g. science, history, English, etc.)
        • Librarians and teachers with sufficient English skills to understand English materials
        • Skills in teaching basic computer operation and using MS Encarta Encyclopedia
      • Assumptions
        • Applicable for elementary to high school (K1 to K12)
        • PCs available continuously (at least 8 hours/day, 6 days/week) without idle time
        • Library PCs for up to 500 students (ratio of library PC against student of 1:250)
        • Stable and continuous electricity supply
      • Estimated Investment
      • From Rp 5.000.000,- (equal to USD 500) plus cost on CD software package (around USD 40)
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    • Microsoft Encarta 2007 “The Trusted Reference Information”
      • Reference Tools include thousands of articles by experts in a wide variety of fields, an Interactive World Atlas, Thesaurus and Dictionary. Discover how these trusted features can help your kids find the most up-to-date research and information on a wide variety of topics.
      • Search functions that make finding relevant information easy include the Encarta Search Bar and thousands of Web Links to sites that have been pre-selected by Encarta editors.
      • Multimedia features include videos, photos and more to satisfy the curiosity of every member of the family.
    • School FM Radio
      • Facilities
        • Basic FM radio transmitter set
        • Mini radio studio
        • Audio library (song, speech, ad jingles, etc.)
        • Telephone line
        • Internet connection (optional)
        • Backup electricity power generator (optional)
      • Methods
        • Teachers and students are assigned and scheduled to be on air on daily basis (additional dedicated radio announcer might be needed)
        • Air time is used for various program strongly related to learning off school hours, e.g. for:
          • School announcement
          • Interactive discussion (using phone) for helping parents & students at home to study (teachers can use Internet inside the studio room to answer)
          • Student-made radio program (anything matched with their interest)
          • Specially designed education radio/audio program (commonly available from any government education department)
          • Etc. (creativity is strongly needed to develop program that suits local needs)
      • Librarian & Teacher Qualification
        • Teachers with competency on various fields (e.g. science, history, English, etc.)
        • Basic Internet searching skill
        • Sufficient English skills to understand English materials (optional)
      • Assumptions
        • Applicable for elementary to high school (K1 to K12)
        • FM radio available continuously (at least 5 hours/day, 7 days/week), air time is off school hours
        • Stable and continuous electricity supply
      • Estimated Investment
      • From Rp 25.000.000,- (equal to USD 2500) for setting up the FM radio transmission and mini studio
    • School FM Radio