Susmita Pruthi                                            Pre-Amble Vikramaditya and Vetal stories – informational interp...
Susmita Pruthi     Vikramaditya and Vetal Digital Age             Informational InterplayVetal began by saying… “Vikramad...
Susmita Pruthi           Vikramaditya and Vetal Digital Age                Informational Interplay An educational institu...
Susmita Pruthi           Vikramaditya and Vetal Digital Age                Informational Interplay Students of the course...
Susmita Pruthi           Vikramaditya and Vetal Digital Age                Informational Interplay As a result, at the co...
The InterplayNU ET511 | Assignment 1 | Informational Interplay   6
Susmita Pruthi    My Take on the Problem StatementTwo are better than one, because they have a   "If you have an apple and...
Susmita Pruthi    My Take on the Problem Statement The positive aspect here is that the process was open to feedback and ...
A Live Case NU ET511 | Assignment 1 | Informational Interplay                                 9
Susmita Pruthi                 Challenges / Requirements Our business is primarily around providing content to schools to...
Susmita Pruthi                 Challenges / Requirements Added complications to the requirement:      Each school is ope...
Susmita Pruthi                   Pillars of Education                   Curriculum        Information          Learning of...
Susmita Pruthi                   Power to People : Content                              TEACHERS                          ...
Susmita Pruthi                   Power to People : Content The best probable solution would be for the business to initia...
Susmita Pruthi                         Content CollaborationNo man is an island, sufficient                               ...
Susmita Pruthi                         Content CollaborationNU ET511 | Assignment 1 | Informational Interplay             ...
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  1. 1. Susmita Pruthi Pre-Amble Vikramaditya and Vetal stories – informational interplays that they are between the two – have understandably engaged Indian minds especially of children but equally of adults for centuries.  Recognize informational interplays leave children as well as adults absorbed; the interplays are pervasive. (What implications does this have for “productions and scripts”, which are two of the five building blocks of cognition?) What is interesting is though informational interplays – information systems they constitute - build insights, the processes therein are not deductive but “realistic”. Specifically, this realistic approach by Vetal to Vikramadity‟s education takes as its starting point in perception of real problems faced by Vikramaditya during practical experiences. In the process, Vikramaditya develops his own knowledge in a process of reflection on the situations in which an individual need for learning is created.NU ET511 | Assignment 1 | Informational Interplay 1
  2. 2. Susmita Pruthi Vikramaditya and Vetal Digital Age Informational InterplayVetal began by saying… “Vikramaditya, consider if following work outcome/instruction/technology development /sales/motivation is possible? Please explain how you can do it your work or T-L place.NU ET511 | Assignment 1 | Informational Interplay 2
  3. 3. Susmita Pruthi Vikramaditya and Vetal Digital Age Informational Interplay An educational institution and a software company are in a collaboration. In a SDLC activity at the software company, at a design phase, a newly inducted professional is making a recommendation for incorporating a requirement, which is not a standard, industry practiced requirement. HR department of the Software company as a case study tool for training on requirements‟ phase produces a video of the interaction between the newly inducted professional and his peers and seniors. In accordance with collaboration principles, this video is shared with the Software Engineering course teacher and students of the Institution. Further, the video is also posted on Facebook, where it is seen by a pedagogic team working for a satellite educational content broadcasting channel. The channel shows the video on the air, and the Company‟s software development project team as also the Software Engineering course teaching team receive thru e-mails, tweets and other social media a number of suggestions and input on the problem discussed.NU ET511 | Assignment 1 | Informational Interplay 3
  4. 4. Susmita Pruthi Vikramaditya and Vetal Digital Age Informational Interplay Students of the course analyze the entire information, submit assignments/projects and feed their conclusions to the Company software project team. The Company software project team based on all these inputs, further interactions with course teachers and subject experts and based on existing industry practices as well as its own deliberations, finally takes the decision. It includes accepting of a new practice. All contributors are acknowledged. The freshly inducted professional into the Company project team, his peers and students at the institution learn immensely thru the exercise and the freshly inducted professional at work experiences great professional pride and self-confidence. What is more, newly met requirements help company sales people create increased market share for the software product increasing company revenue.NU ET511 | Assignment 1 | Informational Interplay 4
  5. 5. Susmita Pruthi Vikramaditya and Vetal Digital Age Informational Interplay As a result, at the company Annual meet, which is attended by Company Global Head and Nation‟s Commerce Minister and which is televised globally on a TV channel, university students contributing to the nation‟s economy are rewarded and their parents honored.” Please answer based on complete knowledge that you explore and reflect upon and answer correctly. Help Vikramditya to answer this question.NU ET511 | Assignment 1 | Informational Interplay 5
  6. 6. The InterplayNU ET511 | Assignment 1 | Informational Interplay 6
  7. 7. Susmita Pruthi My Take on the Problem StatementTwo are better than one, because they have a "If you have an apple and I have angood return for their work: If one falls apple and we exchange these apples thendown, his friend can help him up. But pity the you and I will still each have one apple.man who falls and has no one to help him up! But if you have an idea and I have anThough one may be overpowered, two can idea and we exchange these ideas, thendefend themselves. A cord of three strands is each of us will have two ideas."not quickly broken.” - George Bernard Shaw – King Solomon Learning from others experiences, successes or failures, is a necessary part of embracing collaboration, innovation and re-engineering. Seeking new opportunities, identifying one within an existing system or off shooting from an existing process is integral to any business’s transformational growth plan. The given scenario plays out the seamless interaction between multiple stakeholders – both within the company and outside. The scope extended to direct players like the students to indirect players like the satellite channel and Facebook members. Everybody ended up contributing as well as benefiting from this seamlessness. Some achievements were predictable while many were not.NU ET511 | Assignment 1 | Informational Interplay 7
  8. 8. Susmita Pruthi My Take on the Problem Statement The positive aspect here is that the process was open to feedback and incorporated them to better the process and requirement, enabling value creation for the business. Supervisor HR New Req Video recording Training Team Member in of interaction Content SDLC Feedback Facebook Education Content Students Members Satellite Viewers ChannelNU ET511 | Assignment 1 | Informational Interplay 8
  9. 9. A Live Case NU ET511 | Assignment 1 | Informational Interplay 9
  10. 10. Susmita Pruthi Challenges / Requirements Our business is primarily around providing content to schools to deliver effective teaching learning process. The content can further be divided into Primary and Supplementary content:  Primary targets the actual teaching content in different modes of multimedia  Supplementary covers all those elements that help the primary to become effective like • the Teacher‟s Lesson Plans • Activities that can be conducted in the class to make the learning engaging and collaborative • Frequently asked Questions • Question Bank – different typesNU ET511 | Assignment 1 | Informational Interplay 10
  11. 11. Susmita Pruthi Challenges / Requirements Added complications to the requirement:  Each school is open to pick up any book (publisher) as per the prescribed syllabus – NCERT. Added to this is the complexity of State board syllabus. Hence any kind of content development mitigation plan always falls short of the interim „new‟ needs.  Curriculum has been changing in the recent past. Not only from the content perspective but also pedagogical perspective: • Activity based learning • Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluations • Math Lab approachNU ET511 | Assignment 1 | Informational Interplay 11
  12. 12. Susmita Pruthi Pillars of Education Curriculum Information Learning of Individual Knowledge Education Teachers Experience of Individual Experience Teachers To develop any content, the business looks at Subject Matter Experts in their respective areas 1. Teaching Learning content 2. Media development and 3. Instructional design While the last two are still easy to locate/train, the content SMEs are either difficult to find or difficult to train on the ICT approach. Also, each teacher has his/her own way of tackling the subject whichNU ET511 | Assignment or Informational Interplay others may 1 | may not agree. 12
  13. 13. Susmita Pruthi Power to People : Content TEACHERS • Control must reside with the teacher to plan • What to do, How much to • How to do • When to do • Teacher driven instead of content driven STUDENTS • Addresses multiple learning styles • Addresses the entire spectrum of students: bright students as well as the academically challenged students • Opportunity to explore more based on their needs and interestsNU ET511 | Assignment 1 | Informational Interplay 13
  14. 14. Susmita Pruthi Power to People : Content The best probable solution would be for the business to initiate a content requirement on an edu network of teachers to collaborate to  Contribute to a learning objective on a edu network,  If possible have external contributors like University professors, researchers, parents, society at large  Link/include content from other edu networks, open source, research labs etc  Complete the LO based content using a Workflow mechanism with identified Approvers The network in turn ensures „awarding‟ by recognition, remunerations, free content etc. This way all stakeholders get rewarded,  the organisation gets validated content at least cost, market value goes up, able to cater to larger customer base as offering goes up.  Can offer similar services to another industry, say the BPO or KPO industry  Teachers contribute to the communityNU ET511 | Assignment 1 | Informational Interplay 14
  15. 15. Susmita Pruthi Content CollaborationNo man is an island, sufficient None of us is as WWWunto himself skilled as all of us Technology Learning Home Integrated Ecosystem Classroom ChildNU ET511 | Assignment 1 | Informational Interplay 15
  16. 16. Susmita Pruthi Content CollaborationNU ET511 | Assignment 1 | Informational Interplay 16

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