DEE-UoP E Maharashtra Contest CategoryBest ICT Enabled Higher Education  Institute/ University of the year             Uni...
Background of Pune University –DEE-UoP                            Dept of Education & Extension •     University of Pune, ...
Background of Intel Initiatives  DEE-UoP• The Intel® Education Initiative is a sustained commitment to prepare students wi...
Goals of the PartnershipDEE-UoP                           Pune University & Intel Education •    Empower the teacher Educa...
Need for the Alignment    DEE-UoP•     To train Student Teachers with skills required to integrate technology supported in...
Intel Partnership with Pune University                                                 &  DEE-UoP                         ...
Intel Partnership with Pune University DEE-UoP 2001: The Intel Teach Program association started with the Pune University...
ICT Journey of Pune University DEE-UoP 2007 :     Issuing minimum ICT infrastructure guidelines to all the Colleges of E...
DEE-UoP                              Project Title    Impact of Intel® Teach Elements and Intel Teach Essential           ...
Brief Description of the initiative    DEE-UoP Intel® Teach Essentials Course V10.1 helped classroom teachers develop stu...
Beneficiaries    DEE-UoP      750 Teacher Educators and 10,000 Student Teachers every year.      Three districts of Maha...
The project is innovative because….    DEE-UoP1. Judicious use of technology to enhance teaching learning.2. Focus on tech...
DEE-UoP    7. The Designing Effective Projects resource includes a collection of exemplary Unit Plans that integrate      ...
Achievements of the project      DEE-UoP    1. Pune University integrated Intel Teach curriculum as compulsory component o...
Key challenges faced during implementation –    DEE-UoP                          Strategies to overcome    1. Strong oppos...
Programme to serve as a model that can be replicated or                                 adapted by others    DEE-UoP1. The...
Scalability of the programme    DEE-UoP    1. The basic versions of the program had multilingual content to offer which en...
Impact of the program    DEE-UoP    The University measured the impact of the program upon the student teachers annually a...
Proof documents    DEE-UoP     Letter of syllabus integration.             Microsoft Office                              ...
Proof documents    DEE-UoP     Directives to submit quarter wise plan of implementation to the Local Investigation Commit...
Proof documents    DEE-UoP     Pune University letter of PBA completion.       Microsoft Office                          ...
Proof documents     DEE-UoP     “Infusing dynamism in Teacher Education through ICT Integration “        2 case studys fr...
Proof documents    DEE-UoP     Write up on Advanced Technology Blind students Learning Centre, Department of Education an...
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  1. 1. DEE-UoP E Maharashtra Contest CategoryBest ICT Enabled Higher Education Institute/ University of the year University of Pune Prof. Sanjeev Sonawane, Dean & Head of the Department, Department of Education & Extension(DEE), Pune University
  2. 2. Background of Pune University –DEE-UoP Dept of Education & Extension • University of Pune, one of the premier universities in India, is positioned in the North-western part of Pune city having status of University of Potential Excellence (UPE) and reaccredited with Grade ‘A’. • The Department of Education & Extension was established in 1990 with aims as research and higher learning center in area of Education and Educational Sciences special learning on Teacher Education. • Conduct Education Interact Program which is an interaction of students with eminent personalities in the field of Education in the Department, at least two times in a month to acquaint them with and to make students aware of the best, latest & innovative practices. • Student will conduct research work with well established research community and receive an opportunity to participate in staff and student forums and conferences. • Research at the post-graduate level is compulsory according to the course curriculum. So in the department every post-graduate student is engaged in Research work to learn the methodology of research work. • Organize internship for the 3 weeks for each student in B. Ed College Program to experience the world of work environment. • The program presently covers 114 Colleges of Education and has impacted more than 75000 student teachers since its inception in 2002. Corporate Affairs Group
  3. 3. Background of Intel Initiatives DEE-UoP• The Intel® Education Initiative is a sustained commitment to prepare students with the skills required to thrive in the knowledge economy.• Through collaboration with educators and governments in more than 50 countries.• Intel’s education programs are adapted to the needs of individual countries and utilize an approach focused on building local competency for teacher training and technology innovation.• The Intel® Teach program is a proven, worldwide professional development program which has been active in India for a decade and has trained more than million teachers till date.• This program is currently running successfully across 17 state governments, 2 Union territories, 75 teacher education universities and central government schools like Kendriya Vidyalaya and Navodaya Vidyalaya.• Intel® Teach enables teachers to be more effective educators, by training them on integrating technology into teaching methods and curriculum, promoting problem solving, critical thinking and collaboration skills among their students. Corporate Affairs Group
  4. 4. Goals of the PartnershipDEE-UoP Pune University & Intel Education • Empower the teacher Educators & Student Teachers in Colleges of Education under Pune University for the following: • Use ICT as a pedagogical tool a supporting inquiry based learning into the future classroom. and not just as a technology device. • Train their student teachers with the knowledge, skills and attitude required to integrate technology supported project based learning into the future classrooms. • Share Innovative Teaching-Learning Methodologies/Approaches that help students to develop Critical Skills to compete in Global Market • Help the student teachers become globally competent future teachers. Corporate Affairs Group
  5. 5. Need for the Alignment DEE-UoP• To train Student Teachers with skills required to integrate technology supported inquiry based learning into the future classroom.• To train the Teacher Educators not just on the content, but also on how to present the content to the Student Teachers so as to enable them to become successful teachers of tomorrow.• To enable the tomorrows teacher with ICT skills so that classroom instructions at school will enrich and will enhance quality of schools deploying ICT in all aspect of schools.• To help the student teachers become globally competent teachers.• To develop student teachers successful teachers in their career.• Both Intel and Pune University recognize the need to be instrumental in creating new wave of teachers who will be well equipped to produce work force for changing world. Corporate Affairs Group
  6. 6. Intel Partnership with Pune University & DEE-UoP ICT Journey of Pune University 2012 Workshop 2011 on Web 2 integration 2010 in Projects PBA workshops 2009 for Teacher 2001 2002 educators, 2005 2006 2007 2008 Student Teacher BOS & from Academic Colleges council ofIntel® Intel Teach approved Intel Education Issuing minimum Intel TeachPreservice MOU Preservice Essential infrastructure ElementsProgram signed :2.0 curriculum Leadership program guidelines to COE Course PBA(Projectassociation integrated. for principals , Version 10.1 Basedstarted Professional integration . Approaches) Intra development workshops for modules University integration. contest for Teacher educators, Intel Essential Course Version teachers Student Teacher 10.1 modules syllabus launched. from Colleges of presentation to faculty approval Education Corporate Affairs Group
  7. 7. Intel Partnership with Pune University DEE-UoP 2001: The Intel Teach Program association started with the Pune University as both felt the need to have sustained professional development programs and appropriate technology innovations for the overall improvement of the teacher education system. 2002: MOU was signed in 2002 and the University had integrated Intel Teach Pre-Service curriculum V 1.0 as a compulsory component of B.Ed ICT practical syllabus. 2005: Intel as a trusted advisor has been invited for the university curriculum review in 2005 and Intel Teach Pre-service V 2.0 was integrated. Conducting Leadership program for principals of Colleges of Education affiliated to Pune University, Professional development workshops for Teacher educators, Student Teacher for overall improvement of the teacher education system. Pune University decided to upgrade the content for ICT subject to make the students better equipped to face the challenges. Corporate Affairs Group
  8. 8. ICT Journey of Pune University DEE-UoP 2007 :  Issuing minimum ICT infrastructure guidelines to all the Colleges of Education to enable them to be ready for the 21st century scenarios.  Curriculum review meeting to discuss the ICT content of the B.Ed curriculum.  Presenting Intel Essential Course V10.1 Modules to Education syllabus committee to discuss the ICT Practicum component.  6th Nov 07: Agreed to integrate Intel Essential Course Version 10.1 modules as a practical component of the B.Ed syllabus. 2008: Presenting the syllabus to the TE’s from affiliated B.Ed colleges for the faculty approval. 2009: BOS and Academic Council approved the integration and implementation from Academic year 2009. 2010: Intel Teach Elements PBA(Project Based Approaches) modules were integrated in the Pune University’s ICT practical component incorporating the PBA modules in the Version 10.1 modules. Corporate Affairs Group
  9. 9. DEE-UoP Project Title Impact of Intel® Teach Elements and Intel Teach Essential Course Version 10.1 in Pune University Corporate Affairs Group
  10. 10. Brief Description of the initiative DEE-UoP Intel® Teach Essentials Course V10.1 helped classroom teachers develop student-centered learning through technology integration and project-based approaches. It includes identifying ways students and teachers can use technology to enhance learning through research, communication, collaboration, and productivity strategies and tools. Student teachers have started using ICT in practice teaching lessons to make the teaching learning process effective. It provides hands-on learning and the creation of curricular units and assessments, which address state and national academic and technology standards. It facilitates student-centered classrooms to encourage student self- direction, higher-order thinking. Intel Teach Elements is an e-learning course for teachers & student teachers to enable them to plan, transact and evaluate projects effectively in class.0 Corporate Affairs Group
  11. 11. Beneficiaries DEE-UoP  750 Teacher Educators and 10,000 Student Teachers every year.  Three districts of Maharashtra — Pune, Ahmednagar and Nashik.  Project became operational from 2002.  The program presently covers 114 Colleges of Education and has impacted more than 75000 student teachers since its inception in 2002.  It is still operational…1 Corporate Affairs Group
  12. 12. The project is innovative because…. DEE-UoP1. Judicious use of technology to enhance teaching learning.2. Focus on technology supported learning methodologies like PBL (Project Based Learning), PBA (Project Based Approaches)3. Development of research based content at regular time intervals.4. Strong worldwide feedback collection mechanism to improvise and strengthen program implementation at various levels with diverse stakeholders.5. Enabling the students and teachers gain technical expertise without depending upon anyone, as it had independent learning options.6. Content enriched website which includes in-depth information about formative, summative assessments.2 Corporate Affairs Group
  13. 13. DEE-UoP 7. The Designing Effective Projects resource includes a collection of exemplary Unit Plans that integrate technology into classroom projects. 8. Assessing Projects helps teachers create assessments that address 21st century skills and provides strategies to make assessment an integral part of their teaching and their students’ learning supported with repository of more than 200 assessment tools. These can be downloaded and modified for use and also maintained in an online assessment library with the help of the workspace provided on the website. 9. Use of web2.0 technologies viz, blog, wikis, online book marking, tagging, VOIP tools provide an online plat form for collaboration and communication to enhance the outcome of the project. 10. Strong and well researched content is available in the elearning mode. 11. Created e-culture in Colleges of Education. 12. Extended e-Learning to Visually Impaired through Advanced Technology Blind Students Learning Centre (2008).3 Corporate Affairs Group
  14. 14. Achievements of the project DEE-UoP 1. Pune University integrated Intel Teach curriculum as compulsory component of B.Ed practicum in 2002. 2. Pune university is the first in South Asia Pacific to implement the V10.1 curriculum in the year 2008. 3. Pune University launched e learning in 2009 by implementing Intel Teach Elements – PBA (Project Based Approaches) course as compulsory component of ICT in B.Ed curriculum. 4. Teacher Educators and Student teachers won national level awards in ICT integration. Similarly teacher educators from different affiliated colleges have regularly participated and presented papers or prepared casestudys in the Nation level workshops like NAAC workshop, RTF (Research Task force) workshop. 5. The program presently covers 114 Colleges of Education and has impacted more than 75000 student teachers since its inception in 2002. 6. Developing an E-Culture: A journey with Intel Teach at University of Pune Case study uploaded at India CSR website. http://www.indiacsr.in/en/?p=19564 Corporate Affairs Group
  15. 15. Key challenges faced during implementation – DEE-UoP Strategies to overcome 1. Strong opposition from some section of people questioning the need of integrating technology. 2. The University wanted to spread pedagogy and technology across diverse environments, teacher educators, and student teachers. 3. Ensure quality of this endeavour across the more than 100 Colleges of Education under its umbrella. 4. Maintaining infrastructure for quality implementation of the curriculum across the three districts. 5. Monitoring quality implementation across all colleges to ensure accommodation of diverse learners and environments.5 Corporate Affairs Group
  16. 16. Programme to serve as a model that can be replicated or adapted by others DEE-UoP1. The Program offers a wide range of content and mode of transaction which enables adaptability of implementation across diverse needs.2. The program offers the flexibility to the stakeholder to pick and choose modules/ content suiting their needs and infrastructure.3. Providing national and state level platform for showcasing or sharing the programme implementation.4. Intel Education in India established the ‘Strategic Advocacy Group on Education (SAGE)’ consisting of eminent educationists, educational administrators and professionals working towards good strategic planning making and making intelligent impact possible where University Pune HOD of education is part of this group.5. Creating awareness about the program in other universities through seminars and UGC sponsored National level courses which create a strong platform for others to moot adaption and integration.6 Corporate Affairs Group
  17. 17. Scalability of the programme DEE-UoP 1. The basic versions of the program had multilingual content to offer which enables penetration of reaching large beneficiaries. 2. Introducing pedagogy in the e- learning mode of transaction. 3. Policy initiatives such as curriculum integration in the B.Ed syllabus, evaluation of implementation by the university committees, mandatory trainings for all colleges of education, minimum infrastructure guidelines in the form of directives to all colleges, mandatory course training completion certificates to be submitted to evaluation committees at the end of year which led to quality implementation across 114 colleges. 4. Implementing technology aided lessons in schools while practice teaching has mooted / reinforced ICTE implementation in school scenario. 5. Web 2.0 tools integration in syllabus has led to providing an online sharing platform for collaboration and communication despite the geographical hurdles.7 Corporate Affairs Group
  18. 18. Impact of the program DEE-UoP The University measured the impact of the program upon the student teachers annually as follows: • 70% student teachers use Web 2.0 technologies through integration in projects • 100% student teachers experience the benefits of e-learning • 80% student teachers use technology as a productivity tool • 90% student teachers use technology as a communication tool • 50% student teachers use technology as a collaboration tool • 90% student teachers use technology to support overall administration • 80% post graduate students use technology as a research tool8 Corporate Affairs Group
  19. 19. Proof documents DEE-UoP  Letter of syllabus integration. Microsoft Office Word Document  Guidelines for PBA course completion in B.Ed Colleges ( 2 pages) Microsoft Office Word Document  ICT Evaluation tool Microsoft Office Word Document Microsoft Office  Directives for upgrading infrastructure in the colleges. 97 - 2003 Document Word  Directives for mandatory training participation by all colleges. Microsoft Office Word Document9 Corporate Affairs Group
  20. 20. Proof documents DEE-UoP  Directives to submit quarter wise plan of implementation to the Local Investigation Committee (LIC) at the beginning of the year. Microsoft Office Word Document  Directives to submit training certificates to the evaluation committee which visits at the end of the year. Microsoft Office Word Document  Implementation guideline for ICT B.Ed practicum of Intel Teach V10.1 & Elements PBA course in the e-learning mode of transaction.(11pages) Microsoft Office Word Document  Pune University, Intel cobranded certificate for PBA course by Pune University. Microsoft Office Word Document  List of resource persons for B.Ed, ICT Practicum implementation Intel Teach V10.1 and PBA implementation) Microsoft Office Word Document0 Corporate Affairs Group
  21. 21. Proof documents DEE-UoP  Pune University letter of PBA completion. Microsoft Office Word Document  Pune University letter of PBA orientation completion. Microsoft Office Word Document  Project Based Approaches(PBA) implementation report. Microsoft Office Word Document  Intel Engage online community registration . Microsoft Office Word Document  Developing an E-culture: A journey with Intel Teach at University of Pune Case study uploaded at India CSR website. Microsoft Office http://www.indiacsr.in/en/?p=1956 Word 97 - 2003 Document1 Corporate Affairs Group
  22. 22. Proof documents DEE-UoP  “Infusing dynamism in Teacher Education through ICT Integration “ 2 case studys from Pune University jointly published by NAAC (NATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND ACCREDITATION COUNCIL, BANGALORE, INDIA) and Intel Teach Preservice Program.  “Institution wide technology integration” by Shobha kalebaugh, Mahavir Vidyalaya. Adobe Acrobat Document  “A culture of technology integration” by Shaheen Shaikh, H G M Azam College of Education Adobe Acrobat Document  Research Studies in the impact of ICT in education: Fostering excellence thru innovation.” - 2 research studies published.  “Study of level of e culture and Integration of ICT” – by Prof. Sonawane, Professor, Head, Department of Education and Extension, Pune University Adobe Acrobat Document  “Development of Self learning packages for selected topics “ by Chitra Sohani, SNDT College of Education for women, Pune Adobe Acrobat Document2 Corporate Affairs Group
  23. 23. Proof documents DEE-UoP  Write up on Advanced Technology Blind students Learning Centre, Department of Education and Extension, University of Pune. Microsoft Office Word 97 - 2003 Document http://www.unipune.ac.in/dept/Education_Extension/www/home.php  Use of computer Assisted Instruction for low achievers in physics by Uplane, Sonawane & Padmini in Entire Research, Vol- I, Issues- II April- 2009. Microsoft Office Word Document3 Corporate Affairs Group
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