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  • 1. ICT & Effective Teaching
  • 2. ContentsICT – Information Communication TechnologyEffective Teaching – Best Practices
  • 3. Impact of ICT• No life without ‘e’ (electronic)?• Why ICT is important? • Communication – 1 to 1; 1 to M; M to M • Transparent – open to all • Digital World & eLearning – ipod, iphone…. • Faster, efficient, less costlier • Improve QoL – less paper makes the world greener• Security Issues (Confidentiality, Integrity and Authentication)
  • 4. ICT for Academic InstitutionsAdministration: meeting, announcement, briefing,confirmation, email, record keeping, time management …Education: Course Documents, Lecture Slides, Regulations,ebooks, Checking originality, Online test, Virtual learning …..Research: Current state of research, Networking, eJournals,eConferences, eExperiments, Checking originality…..Others – Accounts, Library, Student Forum, Alumni etc.
  • 5. Effective Teaching
  • 6. What to think? Who are the audiences? What are their backgrounds? What are the learning outcomes? How could you achieve these objectives? How to ensure wider Participation?
  • 7. What to Prepare ? Module Descriptor (Aims, Learning Outcomes, Assessment process, Marking Criteria) Study Plan Study Guidelines Lecture Slides Handouts – eCopy Class Room Exercise (s) Online –exercises for practice
  • 8. What to do in the class room? Provide Ground rules/Jokes Provide outlines of the topic Show some important slides - examples Address destructions – bring them onboard Engage by providing exercise in every 35-40 minutes Team Building/Presentation skills
  • 9. What to feel? Are they engaged? Is ‘confidence’ reflecting through their face/body language? Are they participating - reflection? Are they happy? If not, what to do?
  • 10. How to Engage? Technology – Animation, Colour to reflect real-world Exercise (wide range) – once in every 35-40 minutes Individual and Team activities Acknowledge - good outcomes Encourage – marking and feedback.
  • 11. Process for Making Lunch
  • 12. Animation & Games - Learning• Easier• Realistic• Example – Human Body
  • 13. What to learn/Improve? Keep record about participation, attendance, areas of activities Take feedback and improve further Discuss with individual/group for opinions Use peer review process Play with presentation slides to improve further.
  • 14. Conclusion Confidence is the Key Use Best Practices Prepare the document well ahead Improve the supporting document by providing information of the latest scholarly activities Time Management – Admin, Research and professional development.
  • 15. Got confused?After this boring session, if youwant you may contact me at Dr. Sandipan DharEmail: sandipandhar@gmail.com

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