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Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for Primary and Secondary Education SSA KARNATAKA Karnataka State is one of the vanguard states in the country in ICT based programs for primary and secondary education

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Karnataka State is one of the vanguard states in the country in ICT based programs for primary and secondary education
  • ICT based programs and projects have been implemented in the State by Govt. along with partnership of NGOS and Private Companies
  • The availability of tools such as radios, televisions, computers, Internet, telephones, videos, multimedia CD-ROM’s ,satellite are the ICTs used for promoting primary and secondary education.
ongoing programs
ONGOING PROGRAMS
  • Computer Assisted Learning Centre (CALC) – Primary Schools
  • CALC through KIOSKS - Primary Schools
  • Implementation of ICT in Rural Schools – Bharthi Vidya Project
  • IBM Kidsmart project (Primary including Anganwadi)
  • Mahithi Sindhu Project (Secondary Schools)
ongoing programs contd
Ongoing Programs – contd…
  • Radio Programs
  • Edusat
  • Project Shiksha - Microsoft
ongoing programs5
Ongoing Programs

Computer Assisted Learning Centre (CALC)

To enhance the quality of learning of children through the use of multimedia CDs.

  • 776 Government primary schools are already
  • covered.
  • Another 350 schools will be covered shortly.
  • Class wisesubject oriented contents are developed in
  • the form of CDs and used in the schools.
c a l contd
C.A.L. Contd…
  • Each school is facilitated with 2 to 5 computers &UPS
  • Regular teachers are trained to handle computers.
  • Children of Primary schools studying in grade III to VII are covered.
  • Toll free number established for after sales service
cal through kiosks
CAL through KIOSKs

Extending the facility of village telecentre /KIOSK

  • Implemented in 3 schools of Anekal block of Bangalore Urban District on pilot basis.
  • Students from class V to class VII are taken to the

nearest kiosk in a batch of 10. Every child gets an exposure of 135 minutes per week.

  • Content provided by Azim Premji Foundation.
  • Two teachers from each school are trained.
implementation of ict in rural schools bharthi vidya project
Implementation of ICT in Rural Schools – Bharthi Vidya Project
  • Multimedia contents based on the syllabus and 29’’ TV is provided in 17 schools.
  • Content is Teacher centric: Teacher provides the voice over
  • Children learn the concepts with Teachers explaining the subject in their own pace and style.
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IBM Kidsmart project

It aims to leverage technology to give children of age group 3 to 8, a jumpstart in their education.

  • Implemented in 21 schools which have a

neighborhood school and Anganwadi centre.

  • 10 to 20 computers for each school.
  • Regular teachers are trained.
  • Content for learning provided by IBM.
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Mahithi Sindhu Project
  • Computer Education to students of grades VIII to X

studying in Government Secondary schools.

    • 1238 Government Secondary schools have been

covered.

    • 1651 Government Secondary schools will be

covered in II phase.

    • Based on the strength, schools are facilitated with

5 to 10 systems.

    • Two qualified teachers to each school are

appointed through private partners.

    • Hardware and software is provided from State

Government.

    • Subject oriented contents are developed in the

form of CDs and used in the schools.

bahumukhi radio program
Bahumukhi Radio Program
  • It is being run by DSERT, in collaboration with several organizations.
  • Development of module on multi grade and multi level teaching.
  • Radio lessons are broadcast for student at the primary and secondary level which covers the curriculum with emphasis on difficult topics.
keli kali radio program
Keli Kali Radio Program
  • “Keli-Kali” a radio program beamed directly to all primary schools from all stations of AIR for classes III -VI through out the year.
  • Video and audio cassettes & CDs relating to hard topics are developed.
  • EDC an NGO is also collaborating under “ Chukki – Chinna”, a radio based program
bandani radio program
Bandani Radio Program
  • Run by DSERT in collaboration with AIR Bangalore for students in grades VI-VIII.
  • Experts in English, Kannada, Science, Social Science and Mathematics prepare radio lessons for broadcast.
  • Uses methods like discussion, dramatization and special audio effects to make learning more interesting to the children.
  • Teachers are provided a handbook to aid them with the radio lessons.
edusat

EDUSAT

A Pilot Project in Karnataka

for

Primary & Schools

edu sat in partnership with isro
EDU-SAT – in partnership with ISRO
  • “EDUSAT” – Direct to class room broadcast of TV lessons
  • Pilot project from 2004–05 in 885 primary and 129 secondary schools.
  • Extended to 885 more schools Gulbarga District.
edu sat contd
EDU-SAT contd…
  • Studio, Hub and up linking facilities are set up at DSERT, Bangalore.
  • Infrastructure set up by ISRO through BEL on turn key basis.
  • Satellite receiving stations in 202 Block Resource Centres (BRCs) is set up to facilitate teacher training in distance education mode.
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EDU-SAT covers

* 174,000 school children in classes III – VIII in 1770 schools in two educationally backward districts

* 3362 teachers

* Educational functionaries including BRC coordinators, Block Resource Persons, Educational coordinators

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OVERALL SATELLITENETWORK

dot edu program
DOT-EDU Program
  • It imparts instruction in Mathematics, Science and Social Studies via Radio.
  • It is initiated in 342 primary schools in Raichur, Gulbarga, Bangalore and Chamrajnagar districts for students in grades V and VI.
  • It consists of 72 radio programs and of 40 films set up by EDC.
  • EDC is in the process of releasing hybrid software CD in the field of science for the students in grade IV-V.
project shiksha microsoft
Project Shiksha (Microsoft)
  • Focuses on teacher training in I.C.T for education.
  • Plans to set up teacher portal.
  • Each batch consists of 40 officers and teachers
  • They are trained at the ITA (Information technology academy).
  • Feed back is collected from the teachers at the trainings i.e
    • Technology supports teaching of complex supports- 82.5%
    • Technology usage enhances retention- 85.5%
    • Applications learnt would help in school admin – 86%
challenges
Challenges
  • Scaling-up
  • Sustainability
  • Power
  • Connectivity and bandwidth
scaling up
Scaling Up
  • Pilots are good but up-scaling is tough
  • Extending to 43,000 primary and 9000 secondary schools is expensive
  • Lack of clarity on private sector participation
  • PC availability per student
  • Provision of power
challenges sustainability
Challenges – Sustainability
  • Maintenance of ICT hardware
  • Replacement costs of hardware and upgrading of software
  • Frequent transfer of teachers and costs of training entire cadre
  • Continuity and consistency in policy
power
Power
  • Villages face huge power deficit
  • Even UPS does not work
  • Solar power panels are expensive for large computer labs
  • Diesel generators are expensive to maintain
connectivity and bandwidth
Connectivity and Bandwidth
  • Poor connectivity in rural areas
  • Where connectivity exists bandwidth is of poor quality