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ES-318: Computer As Educational Aids
ES-318: Computer As Educational Aids
ES-318: Computer As Educational Aids
ES-318: Computer As Educational Aids
ES-318: Computer As Educational Aids
ES-318: Computer As Educational Aids
ES-318: Computer As Educational Aids
ES-318: Computer As Educational Aids
ES-318: Computer As Educational Aids
ES-318: Computer As Educational Aids
ES-318: Computer As Educational Aids
ES-318: Computer As Educational Aids
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ES-318: Computer As Educational Aids

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A telecon presention for PGDDE students

A telecon presention for PGDDE students

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  • 1. Computer as an Educational Aids ES-318 Block-5 A Presentation by Sanjaya Mishra, PhD STRIDE, IGNOU
  • 2. Objectives
    • After this session, you should be able to:
    • Identify the components of a computer and describe its capabilities;
    • Explain various uses of computer in education in general and distance education in particular; and
    • List various applications of computers as educational aids.
  • 3. Computers
    • Input Devices
    • Output Devices
    • Processing Unit (CPU)
    • Hardware and Software
    • Have now become a common tool in almost all walks of life
  • 4. Capabilities
    • High processing speed
    • Store huge amount of data in different formats
    • Now it is also portable, e.g. laptops
    • Multimedia capabilities
    • User-friendly and easy to operate
  • 5. Computers in Education CD ROMs Websites Online databases Email Mailing lists Discussion forums Chat rooms Instant messaging Video conferencing Word Processing Presentation of Graphics Statistical analyses Programming Resources Communication Tools
  • 6. Advantages
    • Learner control, caters to special needs
    • Record keeping, storing data
    • Manage variety of data types: text, graphics, audio, video
    • Communicate, express
  • 7. Uses/ Applications
    • As a teaching tool
    • Self learning
    • Educational administration
  • 8. Forms of Computer Use
    • Computer Assisted Learning (CAL)
    • Computer Managed Learning (CML)
    • Computer Assisted/Aided Instruction (CAI)
    • Computer-Based Training (CBT)
    • Multimedia
    • World Wide Web/ e-learning
  • 9. Instructional Approaches
    • Drill and Practice
    • Tutorial
    • Testing/ Quiz-based
    • Discovery learning
    • Simulation
    • Inquiry/ search
    • Dialogue/ interaction
  • 10. Learning from , in & with Computers
    • Self-paced, inquiry-based
    • Learning in computer-based environment; may be teacher use PowerPoint
    • Learning with computers, when the learner is engaged in some activities using computers to unleash his/her creativity
  • 11. Computer in Distance Education
    • Information processing: use computer to perform a task and learn
    • Interaction: with computer and learn from the resources it carry
    • Communication: with others and share ideas and learn from them
  • 12. Your Roles/Questions
    • How to use computers for distance education?
    • How to use computer’s capabilities effectively for student support?
    • What skills are required to teach?
    • Should I know programming?
    • Where should I begin?

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