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A presentation about using ICT in the Learning process for teachers in the Al Hayat School in Aleppo, Syria....

A presentation about using ICT in the Learning process for teachers in the Al Hayat School in Aleppo, Syria.
Presentation prepared by Fayez Chahrstan
Summer 2010

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  • 1. ICT in the Learning Process
    A lecture for teachers in the
    Armenian Al Hayat School, Aleppo
    By Fayez Chahrstan
    MKFC Stockholm College
    2010-07-20
  • 2. Topics today
    MKFC Stockholm College
    End-to-End eLearning™
    ICT in the learning process
  • 3. Topics today
    MKFC Stockholm College
    End-to-End eLearning™
    ICT in the learning process
  • 4. MKFC Stockholm College
    Founded1991
    Sister with MKFC Folk High School
    Part of MKFC Cooperation, none profit organization
    Works after End-to-End eLearning™
    Cooperate with ENO
    www.stockholmcollege.se
    arabic.mkfc.se
    http://albaraka.wordpress.com/
    http://tt.pakistan.mkfc.se/
  • 5. End-to-End eLearning™
    Paradigm Shift
    LMS Platform OPIT
    Integrated MDG awareness
    Integrated tools for better studies
    Universal Curriculum included
    Training in Service
  • 6. Paradigm shift
    From Teaching to Learning
    From learning by heart to research and investigation
  • 7. eLearning, why ?!
    Own time and Pace
    Own topics and contents
    Reaches all=Equality
    Special needs
    Women
    Rural Area
    People in service
    E-Library included
  • 8. eLearning, why ?!
    No need to travel or leave job
    Saves environment
    Develop English and Computer skills
    High throughput
    High quality
    Low cost
    Helps to achieve Education for All
  • 9. Integrated MDG
    Against Extreme Poverty and Hunger
    Education For All
    Gender Equality
    Reducer Children Mortality
    Improve mother Health
    Combat HIV/AIDS Malaria and other diseases
    Ensure Environmental Sustainability
    Global Partnership for Development
  • 10. Tools integrated
    E-Library
    ReadIT
    SpeakIT
    Discussion forum
    Blog
    Calendar
    Chat
    Evaluation forms
  • 11. ICT in the learning process
    Using Computer in the daily work
    Using Social Media
    Some examples of On-line courses
    How to plan for an On-line course
    Create an On-line lesson
    Demo of The Universal Curriculum
  • 12. Social Media
    Who are using a computer once a week
    Who are using
    Facebook
    Blog
    Twitter, Wiki, YouTube, Slideshare etc.
    Why to use social media
    Benefits
    Reference Jane Hart blog (learning today)
  • 13. Examples of On-line courses
    Merlot
    www.merlot.org
    MIT
    http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/web/home/home/index.htm
    LeMill
    http://lemill.net/front-page
    BBC
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/learning/
  • 14. How to plan for an On-line course
    Content
    What matter to solve
    Target group
    Components
    Pedagogical
    Presentation
  • 15. ICT in the learning process
    MKFC and the Universal Curriculum
  • 16. Thanks
    To Father HaroutuneSelimian
    Mdm. Maral
    Mdm. Ferial
  • 17. Sources and references
    Source: http://www.undp.org.sy/index.php/mdgs/mdgs-in-syria#
    Jane Hart bloghttp://janeknight.typepad.com/socialmedia/
    Handbook on how to integrate Social Media in Learninghttp://www.c4lpt.co.uk/handbook/
    Merlotwww.merlot.org
    MIT http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/web/home/home/index.htm
    LeMillhttp://lemill.net/front-page
    BBC http://www.bbc.co.uk/learning/