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Teaching History with Technology

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A presentation to be presented on 24th August 2009 before the History Faculty of IGNOU.

A presentation to be presented on 24th August 2009 before the History Faculty of IGNOU.

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  • 1. Teaching History with Technology Sanjaya Mishra
  • 2. What is Teaching and Learning?
    • Think for yourself – what according to you teaching and learning is all about?
  • 3. What is Teaching and Learning?
    • Empowering citizens?
  • 4. What is Teaching and Learning?
    • Empowering citizens?
    • Transmission of information/knowledge and evaluating students?
  • 5. What is Teaching and Learning?
    • Empowering citizens?
    • Transmission of information/knowledge and evaluating students?
    • Certification system?
  • 6. What is Teaching and Learning?
    • Empowering citizens?
    • Transmission of information/knowledge and evaluating students?
    • Certification system?
    • Preparation for employment?
  • 7. What is Teaching and Learning?
    • Empowering citizens?
    • Transmission of information/knowledge and evaluating students?
    • Certification system?
    • Preparation of employment?
    • Achievement of learning outcomes of a course/programme?
  • 8. What is Teaching and Learning?
    • It is definitely preparing our students for the future/change...
  • 9. Changes in Education Face-to-Face Distance Online Delivery Mode
  • 10. Changes in Education Teacher-centred Learner-centred Learning-centred Approach to Teaching and Learning
  • 11. Changes in Education Behaviourism/Cognitivism Constructivism Connectivism Teaching and Learning Philosophy
  • 12. Changes in Education Teacher Design Team Design Student Participation Curriculum
  • 13. Changes in Education Final Pen and Paper Test + Continuous, Product oriented Evidence-based, process oriented Assessment methods
  • 14. Changes in Education Computers Web Web 2.0 Technology
  • 15. Changes in Education Without Technology Skills Low Tech Skills Technology Empowered Teachers
  • 16. Changes in Education Without Tech Access Low Tech Users Active Tech Users Students
  • 17. Technologies in Distance Education
    • Printed SLM
    • Audio and Video
    • Radio and TV
    • Multimedia and CDs
    • Assignments
    • Webpages
    • Email
    • Interactive TV
    • Interactive Radio
    • Satellite Based Video Conference
    ODL Technologies
  • 18. Technologies in Distance Education
    • Printed SLM
    • Audio and Video
    • Radio and TV
    • Multimedia and CDs
    • Assignments
    • Webpages
    • Email
    • Interactive TV
    • Interactive Radio
    • Satellite Based Video Conference
    OLD Technologies
  • 19. Technologies in Distance Education
    • Video on the Web (YouTube)
    • Podcasting
    • Blogs
    • Wikis
    • Discussion Forums
    • ePortfolio
    • RSS
    • Twitter
    • Social Bookmarking
    • Social Networking
    • Slideshare
    • Learning Management System
    • Webcasting (live)
    • IP-based Video conference
    • Mobile Technologies
    • Internet Radio
    • Skype/IM/GoogleTalk
    • Virtual Reality
    NEW Technologies
  • 20. Technologies and Instructional Design
    • Think about " Instructional Technology before Information Technology "
      • What the students will learn and do rather than what you want to teach
      • What technologies are available to your students and yourself
      • How your students will demonstrate their learning outcomes rather than how you would like them to assess
      • Match content, technology and pedagogy
  • 21. Practical Steps and Approaches
    • Should be simple both to teachers and students
  • 22. Practical Steps and Approaches
    • Should be simple both to teachers and students
    Slow Learning Curve
  • 23. Practical Steps and Approaches
    • Should be simple both to teachers and students
    Quick Learning Curve
  • 24. Practical Steps and Approaches
    • Revise Existing Courses and Programmes
  • 25. Practical Steps and Approaches
    • Revise Existing Courses and Programmes
    • Difficult (as old habits die hard...)
  • 26. Practical Steps and Approaches
    • Revise Existing Courses and Programmes
    • Difficult (as old habits die hard...)
    • Possible with high level of motivation or equal amount of pressure
  • 27. Practical Steps and Approaches
    • Start new Courses and Programmes with technology use
  • 28. Practical Steps and Approaches
    • Start new Courses and Programmes with technology use
    • Innovation brings in Motivation...
  • 29. Practical Steps and Approaches
    • Use Wikis and Blogs to start with
      • Use IGNOU Wiki
      • Use eGyanKosh Blog
    • Develop individual ICT skills to be empowered (no full dependence on programmers)
    • Use OpenOffice.org and other simple Open Source software
  • 30. Thank you very much. -- Sanjaya Mishra