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M.tech (et) learning

  1. 1. My Learning in M.Tech ET NIIT University Neemrana Presentation by: Mrs.S.P.Vasumathy
  3. 3. LEARNING ENGINEERS Learning to take place lesson must create value(meaning) to the learner. We must process information beyond problem solving and critical thinking. We must create lesson with innovation and use interdisciplinary approach. Learning engineering is similar to any other form of engineering. Learning engineering is based on information origination and information acquisition. Learning engineer takes teaching from task centric approach to process centric approach using instruction on the needs of the learner who are diverse in their learning styles and then only the lesson will make a difference in the learning outcome of the learners.
  4. 4. LEARNT TO CREATE MY VALUE STREAMS – PROCESS CENTRIC APPROACH • Value for students • Value for associated staff • Value for the organisation • Value for self
  5. 5. Value for the students • They take more interest in Mathematics. • Students understanding of basic concepts is better and clearer. • Slow learners are able to cope in regular class. • Extended connectivity with the teacher by the students. • Subject grades are expected to improve. • Develop 21st Century Skills namely- Collaboration skills, Communication skills, Information processing etc.
  6. 6. REAL LIFE MATHEMATICS Everyday topics are extremely motivational and useful starting points for helping students’ realise the relevance of maths in their daily lives. Everyday maths is a proven a catalyst to spark interest and enjoyment of maths and numeracy in general.
  7. 7. REAL LIFE MATHEMATICS Maths and transport Helpful and practical maths-related topics include transport, timetables, journey times and costs, bargain flights, and more. Maths for health help your students with the maths they need to stay healthy! Maths for sport Topics include football and rugby, horse racing, golf, darts and snooker, going to the gym and exercise goals. Maths for the kitchen Features facts about nutrition, food labels, storing food, weights and measures, recipe ratios and quantities. Maths on a date Going to the pub, cinema, restaurant, football match, and a concert Maths on the road Topics covered include insurance, running costs, fuel economy, speed limits, braking distances, journey times and fines.
  8. 8. Value for the associate staff Teachers Competence and progression are expected to increase through • Activity –Based Learning material, Educational Technology, Instructional delivery and learning outcome are closely linked in the digital age through multiple pathways. • Tangible lesson planning
  9. 9. Value for the organisation • Better appreciation and confidence of parents and students in the school • Improved academic results • Improved system dynamics • A step towards building a model 21 st Century School.
  10. 10. Value for self • Improvement in classroom practices: There is tangible change in my instructional strategy in teaching Mathematics laying strong basic foundation in lower classes. • Able to create a learning profile of students. • Improvement in Self-Efficacy: I feel more confident in using technology tools for my classroom teaching. • Share best practices with colleagues and teachers across different schools. • Brain Compatible Lesson Design using different format for differentiated learners. • Improvement in students’ feedback on the work assigned. • Extended connectivity with the learners.
  11. 11. Using ET as Informational Delivery System To achieve all this, ET has enabled me to improve my instructional design. Build Brain compatible lesson plans using ET Make teaching learning an interplay and an interactive activity Bring inclusive learning projects and infinite learning experiences using ET.
  12. 12. WHAT TECHNOLOGY CAN I CHOSE ..? I created my own website I can created an online virtual class I use YouTube links I use slide share I publish my work online I have identified various conceptual Maths games online. I have published my online newspaper as a compilation on selected topics I contribute to learning blogs I use many other tools like Voki, screenr.com, info graphics , google docs, prezi, powtoons,etc And the options are many…..
  13. 13. WHY SHOULD WE USE WEB TOOLS? We teachers don’t need to install any software, as everything is done online through your web browser; our presentations remain accessible from any computer, our presentations can be embedded into websites, blogs and wikis and they can be used by students and teachers to collaborate remotely.
  15. 15. Why A WEBSITE... Learning is constructive and not a receptive, process Extend my work to all learners. Flexible learning Resource for reflection and reconstruction Extended practice is needed to develop cognitive skills
  16. 16. Why edmodo.com ? - An Extended class To make teaching and learning more flexible and dynamic Deliver Differentiated Instructions for differentiated learners. Personalized Feedback Greater parental engagement.
  17. 17. On Edmodo, I have created a group for each class that I teach..
  18. 18. Why Youtube.com ? It has been proved that Youtube is being search as second highest option for information exploration and knowledge acquisition. Social interaction is fundamental to cognitive development. Knowledge, strategies and expertise are contextual
  19. 19. Using online platform to share power point, word documents etc. Slideshare.co m Creating brain compatible lesson plan
  20. 20. Contributing articles on Learning Engineering Blog
  21. 21. Learning through Reading of books• Created a variety of learning experience • My flow of information active • Reading the following books has provided me greater insight into learning requirements in the 21 st Century By Lynne Schrum’s Crowin Publication
  22. 22. MY SPECIAL THANKS TO THE MENTORS, GUIDES, VISIONARY AND VERY HUMBLE TEACHERS Our Principal Prof. Vijay Mandke NIIT University Neemrana Dr. Shradha Kanwar