Innovations in Teaching Learning. Dr. P.Muthupandi, Asst. Professor, Department of Education, DDE Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai – 625 021. Can you guess what is in front of the man?. Is it a pen with camera?. Now ?????. Can you guess now????. Yes it is nothing but PEN COMPUTER.
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Department of Education, DDE
Madurai Kamaraj University,
Madurai – 625 021
Yes it is nothing but PEN COMPUTER
Swami Vivekananda defines: “Education is the manifestation of perfection already present in man.”
Mahatma Gandhi defines: “By Education, I mean, an alround drawing out of the best in the child and man – body, mind and spirit.”
Froebel: Education is a process by which the child makes the internal external.
John Dewey defines: “Education is life, life is education”.
According to Pestalozzi, “Education is a natural, harmonious, progressive development of man’s innate powers.’
to draw out
– the innate capacities in man.
– from one level to another.
Non-formal Open to all
Primary Basic moral & ethical values
Secondary Basic Related to day - to - day life
Higher Survival Point of view
Cognitive Domain - Knowledge(Knowing,Thinking)
Affective Domain - Feeling (Understanding)
Psychomotor - Skill (Application or Doing)
Teaching is a disciplined social process in which teacher influences the behaviour of the less experienced pupil and helps him develop according to the needs and ideas of the society
Main Aim of Teaching – is to bring about socially desirable behavioural changes in the students.
Teaching is just to train the students so that they can stand on their own foot in society.
A person who serves not only the noble cause of imparting knowledge to the students by their scientific and logical approach but also mould the precious character of the students by making them think and work individually and independently
A teacher prepares students
- not only for profession but also for life
- to face any situation with courage and confidence and
- helps make each student a good citizen of the country
is a place in which learning takes place
In the pre-technology education context,
Teacher - Sender or Source
Materials - Information or Message
Students - Receivers of the information
Medium - Chalk and Talk, OHP
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A computer generated,
‘immersive’ (or wide field),
multi-sensory information program which tracks a user in real time.
reading a book (not interactive or immersive)
video game (interactive but not immersive)
3-d movie (immersive but not interactive)
What is Virtual reality
an emerging field of applied science
an enabling technology
an immersive interactive system based on computable information
provides a natural way to interface with computers
creates illusion of a 3d visual world
immersive, multi-sensory, computer-generated experience
a synthetic representation that renders a sense of place
-integration of a combination of technologies
sound systems (not covered)
haptic devices (data gloves)
graphics and computing hardware
A teacher may from a remote village
A student from Japan
A student from America
A student from China
A student from Canada
A student from Vadapalanji
A student from India
A student from Singapore
A Student from London
Real Locations of Students & Teachers
Virtual Locations of Students & Teachers
VR is in its early stages, but is used commercially, globally.
There are 61,400 international commercial companies
While VR is at an early stage, it is used educationally throughout the world.
There are approximately 3,600 educational institutions which use VR.