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Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
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Ic Ts In Education March 22
Ic Ts In Education March 22
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  • 1. Prof. Vasudha Kamat Joint Director CIET, NCERT New Delhi ICTs in Education Harnessing ICTs for Education
  • 2. Agenda
    • Constructivists Pedagogy
    • Why ICTs in Education?
    • How ICTs could be used in Education?
      • MHRD/CIET Efforts
      • Online Resources
      • Collaborative and Networking strategies
      • Instructional Strategies
      • Evaluation Strategies
  • 3. Constructivist Pedagogy
    • Collaborative and Co-operative Learning
    • Interaction with and exploration of the environment
    • Situated Learning (integration of disciplines)
    • Creating one’s own constructs (using group members as sounding board)
  • 4. Learning Goals Wisdom (Values) Knowledge (internalized) inFORMation Data (discrete)
  • 5. Experiential Learning David Kolb Concrete experience Reflective Observation Active Testing Experiential Learning Cycle Abstract Hypothesis
  • 6. What is ICT? ICT refers to forms of technologies that are used to create, store, share, transmit or exchange information. ICT includes such technologies as radio, TV, video, DVD, telephone (both fixed line and mobile phones), satellite systems, computer and network hardware and software; as well as the equipment and services associated with these technologies, such as videoconferencing and electronic mail. (UNESCO 2002)
  • 7. Why use ICT as a tool in education?
    • Using ICT effectively in education can help to improve the reach and quality of education.
    • ICT can:
    • Expand educational opportunities by making education available anywhere, anytime and to anyone.
    http://www2.unescobkk.org/elib/publications/brochures/ict_in_education.pdf
  • 8. Why use ICT as a tool in education?
    • ICT can:
    • Improve learning outcomes by making learning more interactive and getting learners more involved in the subject matter.
    • Improve motivation to learn by improving relevance of content and making learning more fun.
  • 9. Why use ICT as a tool in education? Enable education to be tailored to individual learning needs and abilities. Enable locally relevant teaching materials, in local languages, to be created and disseminated quickly and affordably. Facilitate technology-skill formation and team-work abilities among learners.
  • 10. Conditions for effective use of ICT in education
    • ICT Infrastructure
    • Continuous professional development for teachers.
    • Teachers, equipped with the skills required to make good use of ICT tools for enhancing education.
  • 11. Conditions for effective use of ICT in education
    • Appropriate ICT curricula
    • Institutional flexibility
    • Appropriate Monitoring and assessment systems.
    • Adequate and timely technical support
  • 12. Efforts at MHRD/CIET
    • ICT Policy for School Education
    • ICT Curriculum for Teachers
    • ICT Curriculum Framework for Schools
    • Teacher Training
  • 13. How to use ICTs at School level ?
  • 14. Online Resources
    • Learning Object Repository
    • Curriculum Repository
    • Online Libraries/e-books
    • Multimedia/Mass Media
  • 15. Learning Objects ICT-based Instructional Strategies
  • 16. Curriki ICT-based Instructional Strategies
  • 17. Portal ICT-based Instructional Strategies
  • 18. Online Library/e-Books ICT-based Instructional Strategies http://en.childrenslibrary.org/
  • 19. Internet Radio ICT-based Instructional Strategies http://iradio.oum.edu.my/
  • 20. Community Radio ICT-based Instructional Strategies Community Radio in India Community Radio in Mexico
  • 21. Educational Videos ICT-based Instructional Strategies http://www.ted.com/talks/pranav_mistry_the_thrilling_potential_of_sixthsense_technology.html http://www.ignouonline.ac.in/empc/Broadcast/Default.aspx E-Gyankosh, IGNOU
  • 22. Discussion Group Collaborative & Networking Strategies
  • 23. Collaborative & Networking Strategies Blog http://ciet-slim3.blogspot.com/
  • 24. Wiki Collaborative & Networking Strategies
  • 25. Interactive Multimedia ICT-based Instructional Strategies
  • 26. ICT-based Instructional Strategies http://pbl.cqu.edu.au/web_quest/home.htm WebQuest
  • 27. ICT-based Instructional Strategies Virtual Lab http://www.3dchem.com/ http://www.3dchem.com/inorganicmolecule.asp?id=553#
  • 28. ICT-based Instructional Strategies Virtual Lab http://www.math.tu-berlin.de/geometrie/lab/
  • 29. Mobile Learning ICT-based Instructional Strategies WWW Email/SMS/MMS Sophisticated questioning techniques Online assessments and assignments enhanced student support services audio streams Video (synchronous and/or asynchronous) static and dynamic graphics
  • 30. ICT-based Instructional Strategies Learner Support Learner Tutor Internet Projects E-mail Mobile CAI Conferencing
  • 31. ICT-based Evaluation Strategies Portfolio
  • 32. Concept Maps ICT-based Evaluation Strategies http://cmap.ihmc.us/conceptmap.html
  • 33. Evaluation Rubrics ICT-based Evaluation Strategies
  • 34. Thank You [email_address] [email_address]

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