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D 1 s 1 ict_importance_mkr

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INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY
For Telugu Teachers

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D 1 s 1 ict_importance_mkr

  1. 1. AND COMMUNICATION S TECHNOLOGY 2 Days Training Programme For Teachers
  2. 2. T.S.V.PRASADA RAO HINDI PANDIT ZP HIGH SCHOOL THATITURU BHEEMUNIPATNAM MANDAL #9849413715 :: tsvprasadarao@gmail.com
  3. 3. SOCIAL MEDIA
  4. 4. ONLINE SHOPPING
  5. 5. BROWSERS
  6. 6. SEARCH ENGINES
  7. 7. Make Our Lives # EASY & HAPPY #
  8. 8. NOW…
  9. 9. ICT Enabled Persons You are all declared …… as
  10. 10. NOW… YOU HAVE TO TRANSFORM …… AS..
  11. 11. ICT Enabled TEACHER
  12. 12. AND COMMUNICATION S TECHNOLOGY 2 Days Training Programme For Teachers
  13. 13. AIMS & OBJECTIVES  To Promote the spirit of ICT among the Teachers  To Develop the ICT Skills among the Teachers  To Bring the awareness on different IT-Initiatives by CSE-AP  To Understand various ICT Programs Conducted by CSE-AP  To Give the first hand experience on various initiatives  To Increase the utilization of e-Content in class room transaction  To Make our Students fit for 21st Century
  14. 14. Vision The ICT Policy in School Education aims at preparing youth to participate creatively in the establishment, sustenance and growth of a knowledge society leading to all round socioeconomic development of the nation and global competitiveness. Mission To devise, catalyze, support and sustain ICT and ICT enabled activities and processes in order to improve access, quality and efficiency in the school system
  15. 15. ICT (Information and Communications Technology) is an umbrella term that includes any communication device or application, encompassing: radio, television, cellular phones, computer and network hardware and software, satellite systems and so on, as well as the various services and applications
  16. 16. I stands for in ICT …. Information ?
  17. 17. facts Figures Symbols Bits of Knowledge DATA
  18. 18. When data are processed, interpreted, organized, structured or presented so as to make them meaningful or useful, they are called information. INFORMATION
  19. 19. C stands for in ICT …. Communications ?
  20. 20. Communication is the process of SENDING and RECEIVING of information
  21. 21. T stands for in ICT …. Technology ?
  22. 22. Machinery and Devices developed from Scientific Knowledge.
  23. 23. It is Time to TRANSFORM From Normal Teaching to ICT enabled Teaching
  24. 24. Normal Teaching to ICT enabled Teaching
  25. 25. Learning Management System
  26. 26. WHERE DO WE SEE THE CHANGES? ICT for Students ICT for Teachers ICT in the school - Digitized textbooks - Use of social media in the classroom - Use of internet as a tool for research - Use of collaborative software to work together as a class - Respecting the freedom of information that you have been given - Using that freedom for strictly academic enhancement - Following your own pace of learning - FOSS – Free and Open source software – Free tools that you can use to explain concepts in an easier way - Knowledge of basic programs such as word, excel and power point - Ability to direct children to correct resources on the internet - Building a mindset of independent research and thought amongst faculty - HM’s to use IT to schedule meetings - All academic information amongst teachers to be disseminated through the use of collaborative software - School announcements/Bullet ins to be digitized - Communication to parents via digital mediums
  27. 27. BENEFITS FOR TEACHERS BENEFITS FOR STUDENTS BENEFITS FOR PARENTS sharing of resources, expertise and advice Easier planning and preparation of lessons Access to up-to-date pupil and school data, any time and anywhere. Computer use during lessons motivated students Gains in ICT literacy skills, confidence and enthusiasm.  Enhancement of professional image projected to colleagues. Gains in understanding and analytical skills Higher quality lessons through greater collaboration between teachers Encouragement of independent and active learning, and self- responsibility for learning. Opportunities to address their work to an external audience Opportunities to collaborate on assignments with people outside or inside school Easier communication with teachers Higher quality student reports – more legible, more detailed, better presented  Greater access to more accurate attendance and attainment information Increased involvement in education for parents Parents are more likely to be engaged in the school community B E N I F T S
  28. 28. NOW WHERE ARE YOU IN……… ICT
  29. 29. Stages of ICT Literacy and Competency STAGE 1 • Basics of computers • use a computer to achieve basic word and data processing tasks; • Connect to the internet, use e-mail and web surfing, use search engines STAGE 2 • Create and manage content using a variety of software applications and digital devices • using web sites and search engines to locate, retrieve and manage content, tools and resources STAGE 3 • Graphical and audio-visual communication • Undertake research and carry out projects using web resources • Use ICT for documentation and presentation
  30. 30. TOPICS • Importance of ICT in education- transformation around the world in education using technology • IT initiatives CSE-AP Over view • e-Haazar • CCE(Student Assessment Tracking system) • Teacher information and child info • DCR and VCR • APeKX • TEPAC Integrating e-content into Lesson plans OER (Open education Resources) and FOSS (Free and Open source software) UBUNTU OS • GEO Gebra Simulations and Mind Maps • Awareness on authoring tool   Technology Enabled Education
  31. 31. THANK YOU For Listening Patiently

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