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  1. 1. DCR-DIGITAL CLASS ROOM The Digital class room (see alsoflippedclassroom blendinglearningwithsmartclassroom) refers to the technologyenabledclassroomswhere studentlearningandinteractionwiththe instructor and pearsisfullysupportedtothe strategic use of informationandcommunicationtechnologies Objectivesof the state : :-5000 Digital classroomsunderthe 70:30 fundingpatternsupportedbydonations :-3500 virtual classroomsprovided(ERNET) indiaunder SVC fundedbyDEITY (Departmentof electronicsandinformationtechnology) :-Digital classroomsandsmart classrooms overlapU-Sky content :-Trainingall the teachersunderthese schoolstobe giventoeffective utilisation :-Evaluationof Pilotprojectslike HP,Reliance JIOandMicrosoftetc. :-HighschoolswouldalsogetWIFIand bookscouldaccessE-Library. Features of Digital Class rooms Each digital class roomconsistof 2 Computers Projector Offline Content Screen Speakers U-Sky offline content deployer. Benefits of Digital Class rooms 1. Personalized learning The opportunity to help every student learn at the best pace and path for them is the most important benefit of digital learning. Hundreds of next generation schools are prototyping the benefits of customization.
  2. 2. One on one tutoring is a good example of personalized learning, but it is expensive. The shift to digital learning can approximate the benefits of tutoring while freeing up time for teachers to address individual and small group needs and more productivity. 2. Expanded learning opportunities Digital learning is extending learning opportunities worldwide. Education Reimagined celebrates open-walled learning and acknowledges that, “learning happens at many times and in many places and intentionally leverages its expansive nature in the learner’s development of competencies. learners with authentic, rich, and diverse learning opportunities.” 3. High engagement learning The shift to digital can boost student motivation. Anyone who has witnessed the engagement of game- based learning can appreciate the potential to create learning experiences that boost persistence. 4. Competency-based learning Students show what they know and progress based on demonstrated mastery. Competency-based learning is possible in paper and pencil, but it is hard to monitor and manage an individual progress model at scale. Because competency-based learning changes everything about school, the transition from age cohorts to individual progress models will take longer, this is a generational shift. 5. Assessment for learning Digital learning powers continuous feedback from content-embedded assessment, games, simulations, and adaptive learning. When students can track their own progress it can improve motivation and agency. 6. Collaborative learning Digital learning powers collaboration. Social learning platforms make it easy for teachers to create and manage groups. Collaborative authoring environments make it easy for teams (near and far) to co-author documents and presentations.
  3. 3. 7. Quality learning products Digital learning tools allow students to produce professional quality products and to share them with public audiences. The journalism program at Palo Alto High School is a great example of what kids can do when empowered.Presentation, publications, and portfolios change the classroom culture from turn-it-in, to production for public audiences. Digital tools means more and better writing. 8. Sharing economy There has been an explosion of free and open content and tools. Schools can save money while ensuring equitable access. 9. Relevant and RegularlyUpdated Content Regardless of age or content, students have more access to relevant and regularly updated content. Next generation instructional systems that includes print and digital options with online adaptive skill building allow teachers and students to personalize in new and exciting ways. The ability to update easily, means access to updated material and features on a regular basis. 10. Next-gen learning for educators Blended, personalized and competency-based learning is for educators too, preparation and development are increasingly based on a competency map (what educators should know and be able to do), many personalized ways to learn, and multiple opportunities to demonstrate learning. Teachers can also join online professional learning communities, like Teachability, to ask questions and share tips and stay connected with a global community.
  4. 4. Arrangement of Equipment of Digital Class room Each digital class roompossess two computers outof which one computer acts As server and another as client Transaction of lessons by using DCR Content(offline) The functioning of DCR is Connected to CM Dash Board.TheUsage rate of DCR Class rooms by teachers and students can be viewed by CM
  5. 5. Extracting Usage DataHow to Update Data to Online Server Step 1: Click on USky Smartclassroomicon. You will get User Login window. Then follow the below steps. 1. Select Teacher radio button. 2. Enter User Name as : superadmin 3. Enter Password as : superadmin 4. Click Login button You will get the following Administrator window
  6. 6. In Administrator window there are 4 buttons available. 1. Update Data 2. Update Data Offline 3. Setup Database 4. Connection Settings 5. Back Up Database Update Data: Click on Update Data button. Now you will get the following screen.
  7. 7. Click on Update Now button. Itwill update all offline data to the online server. Itrequires the Internetconnection to Update. If you don’t have the Internet connection, click on the Update Data Offline button from the Administrator window.
  8. 8. Select the folder where you wantto savethe offline generated data file and click ok button this file in xml format. How to use USky Smart Classroom User Types: 1. Student 2. Teacher 3. Admin CreatingStudentAccount: Step1: ClickonUSky Smart classroomicon. You will getUserLoginwindow. Onthe leftside you can findtwobuttons. 1. NewStudent 2. NewTeacher
  9. 9. Click on new will you get the following screen student registration. Fill the formand clickonRegisterButton.Now youwill getthe Studentcreatedsuccessfullymessage box.Thenclose thiswindow.
  10. 10. To Login as Student follow the below steps: 1. Select Student radio button 2. Select Class fromClass dropdown menu 3. Select Selection fromSection dropdown menu 4. Enter Roll Number in Roll number text box 5. Then click Login button Now you will get the following dashboard.
  11. 11. Creating Teacher Account: Step 1: Click on USky Smartclassroomicon. You will get User Login window. On the left side you can find two buttons. 1. New Student 2. New Teacher
  12. 12. Click on New Teacher Button. Now you will get the following screen Student Registration. Fill the formand click on Register button. You will get Teacher successfully saved messagebox. Now close the Teacher Register window.
  13. 13. To Login as Student follow the below steps: 1. Select Teacher radio button 2. Enter your Teacher ID as User Name 3. Enter Password. 4. Then click Login button Now you will get the following Dashboard
  14. 14. Student will get what class they haveregistered at the time of registration. Ex: 6th class studentcan see only 6th class content. 7th class studentcan see only 7th class content
  15. 15. Select one class fromthe dashboard. Then you will get the following screen. Ex: Here my selection is SSC > Class 10 Now you will get all the subjects related to the selected class. Then select any subject. Ex: Here my selection is SSC > Class 10 > Biology
  16. 16. Now you will get all Chapters related to the selected subjects. Then select any Chapter Ex: Here my selection is SSC > Class 10 > Biology > 3. Transportation The Circulatory System We can divide above screen into three sections. 1. Chapters fromselected subject 2. Artifacts (Differentformats) 3. Sub-Topics of selected Chapter.
  17. 17. Different Artifacts 1. Mind Maps: The Mind Maps on U-Sky are designed to give students / teachers a quick overview of the concepts related to a specific Chapter. This will help students / teachers come out of rote memorization and ensure mastering each concept and understand the inter-dependencies on multiple concepts to master one concept. 2. Points to Remember: Chapter-wisesummary is provided through Points To Remember. This will help students quickly go through all important concepts in the chapter/subjectin a single go. This speeds up the revision process before examinations. 3. Animation: Animation empowers students and teachers to engage in visual, audible and kinesthetic learning and teaching lessons creatively. Ithas multimedia 2D/3D lessons mapped to the SSC curriculum. 4. Presentations: Presentations help teachers and students understand and reviseeach chapter with ease. Presentations providea summary that suffice the needs of learners with visualand read write learning styles pick up complex concepts at their own pace. Presentations act as ready reckoners for exam preparation. Our presentations help teachers in preparation of their Lesson Plans. 5. Class Notes: U-Sky provides Class Notes at a subtopic level. Our notes summarizethe textbooks and the class lectures in a structured and easy format. Notes are organized subtopic-wisefor quick and easy reference.
  18. 18. 6. Worksheets: Worksheets arean effective tool in our ongoing efforts for encouraging students to engage their brains during class. Worksheets used in class can also help direct students'learning out-of-class. Click on Animations Button on toolbar. Now you will get all the sub-topics animations list of selected chapter. Click on any subtopic.
  19. 19. Click on Presentations Button on toolbar. Now you will get all the sub-topics presentations list of selected chapter. Click on any subtopic.
  20. 20. Click on Class Notes Button on toolbar. Now you will get all the sub-topics Class Notes list of selected chapter. Click on any subtopic.
  21. 21. Click on Worksheets Button on toolbar. Now you will get all the sub-topics Worksheets listof selected chapter. Click on any subtopic.
  22. 22. Challenges in implementation of DCR In-appropriation usage of D.C.R :-Loss of usagedata. :-Slow down of computer systems. :-Heavily loaded cache memory. :-Improper and unequaltime allocation. :-Poor storagecondition. Class room challenges 1. Pace of Change Not all schools can keep up with the rapidly changing technology as most of the teachers are lack of technical skills and yet it becomes additional expense to the schools. 2. Different Social Dynamics Children may lack social relation ship like friend ship with peers and interaction with teachers. Hence they may be less serious in learning. 3. Distraction Many teachers believe that smart phones and tablets with internet connection providemuch scopeto students to watch social media like twitter,youtubeand facebook resulting counter production in learning. 4. Technology Out-thinking the Instruction Technology enabled instruction providechildren an undue advantageto get quick access to answers notpay any attention to thinking. 5. Learning Innovation vs Improved Test Performance Learning innovation was hampered among learners as natural way of learning was not taken place among children.