Feb 21 2008

ICT for Teachers and Students

Objective:

•learners are more engaged in learning.
•brainstorming in the class and as home work reinforces learning.
•Students start thinking with the problems and try to solve those by themselves.
•Students are actively learning with enjoyment.

Various Resources:

•computer
•Soft wares (MS word, MS excel, MS PowerPoint, MS  photo editor, MS paint, internet, internet explorer, adobe Photoshop and acrobat reader 5.0)
•Printer
•Photocopy machine
•Paper
•Projector
•Laptop
•Pen drive

Produced Resources:

•Work sheets with illustrations.
•Work sheets with summary written.
•Hand outs with charts, graphs and tables.
•Power point presentations with slides.

Teachers & Students Role:

•learners are more engaged in learning.
•brainstorming in the class and as home work reinforces learning.
•Students start thinking with the problems and try to solve those by themselves.
•Students are actively learning with enjoyment.
•To guide the learners for self learning.
•To motivate and create opportunities for learners to share own topic related ideas and experience.
•Time management according to curriculum.
•create a safe, comfortable and enjoyable learning environment.

Assessment methodology:

•Students assessment on the basis of rubrics prepared previously.
•Implementation of the ICT based activity in relation to time or class duration.
•Work sheets, student’s answers and report writing are the sources of feedback.

Learning outcome:

•learners are more motivated for self learning.
•Learners are learning audio-visually as well as kinaesthetically.
•Resources produced and implemented was within agreed budget and time bound.
•A safe, comfortable and enjoyable learning environment was created.

Gap Areas:

•Some of the work sheets appear lengthy for the students.
•More implementation time needed.
•Some of the resources produced required more time.


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