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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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innovations in teaching learning

Innovations in Teaching Learning

Dr. P.Muthupandi,

Asst. Professor,

Department of Education, DDE

Madurai Kamaraj University,

Madurai – 625 021

can you guess now
Can you guess now????

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.’

education ant its roots
Education ant its roots
  • “educere” = to lead out,

to draw out

– the innate capacities in man.

  • “educare” = to bring up,

to raise.

– from one level to another.

  • “educatum” = the act of teaching/training.
types of education
Types of Education

Formal School

Informal Life

Non-formal Open to all

Primary Basic moral & ethical values

Secondary Basic Related to day - to - day life

Higher Survival Point of view

objectives of education
Objectives of Education

Cognitive Domain - Knowledge(Knowing,Thinking)

Affective Domain - Feeling (Understanding)

Psychomotor - Skill (Application or Doing)

responsibilities of a teacher
Responsibilities of a Teacher
  • Second Parent
  • Director
  • Friend
  • Mentor
  • Guide
  • Communicator
  • Philosopher
  • Controller
  • Co-Ordinator
  • Operator & Co-operator
  • Ruler of Both Mind & Heart
what is teaching
What is Teaching?

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

- Morrison

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.

who is a teacher
Who is a Teacher?

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

classroom in the past and present
Classroom in the past and present

is a place in which learning takes place

traditional teaching methods
Traditional Teaching Methods

In the pre-technology education context,

Teacher - Sender or Source

Materials - Information or Message

Students - Receivers of the information

Medium - Chalk and Talk, OHP

interactive white boards
Interactive White Boards
  • An interactive whiteboard (IWB), is a large interactive display that connects to a computer and projector. A projector projects the computer's desktop onto the board's surface where users control the computer using a pen, finger or other device. The board is typically mounted to a wall or floor stand.
  • 1/7 classrooms in the world will have interactive whiteboard by 2011.
uses of interactive white board
Uses of Interactive White Board
  • Save lessons
  • Create video files. Example- How to create a graph in Excel
  • Use the built in maps to teach continents, oceans, countries, or states and capitals.
  • Present presentations created by student or teacher
  • Digital storytelling
  • Teach whole group computer or keyboarding skills
  • Brainstorming
  • Take notes directly into PowerPoint presentations
  • Reinforce skills by using on-line interactive web sites
  • Use highlighter tool to highlight nouns, verbs, adjectives, etc.
  • Teaching students how to navigate the Internet
  • Use the Interwrite software to create lessons in advance at home or at school.
  • Then save them for future use or to be shared with other teachers
  • Diagramming activities
  • Teaching steps to a math problem.
  • Have students share projects during Parent/Teacher/Student conferences
web based learning
Web Based Learning
  • often called online learning or e-learning
  • because it includes online course content. Discussion forumsvia email, videoconferencing, and live lectures (videostreaming)are all possible through the web.
  • Web based courses may also providestatic pages such as printed coursematerials
  • Principles of Web-based Learning
  • Principle of Small Steps
  • Principle of Active Response
  • Principle of Immediate Confirmation
  • Principle of self –Pacing
  • Principle of Self Evaluation
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Web Based Learning
  • Advantages of Web-based Learning
    • At their own pace
    • Become independent Learners
    • Student Centered Learning
    • Immediate Feed back
    • Instant Evaluation of students learning
    • Motivated Learning
    • Any time, Any where around the globe
    • Individualized instruction
    • Content can be easily updated
  • Disadvantages of Web-based Learning
    • No Human Contact (Love and affection)
    • No high bandwidth network connection
web tools to enhance student learning
Web Tools to enhance student learning
  • Blog
  • Course/Learning Management System CMS/LMS
  • Instant Messaging
  • Podcasts
  • RSS (Rich Site Summary)
  • Social Spaces
  • Wikis
  • Shorthand of Web blog
  • Started as online diaries and become online publication
  • User of blog is known as blogger
  • Post text, hyperlinks, images and multimedia
  • Only the owner can add or delete matter
  • Comments can be provided by others
  • Opportunity to write and share their work
  • Example :,
getting start with blog
Getting Start with Blog

Go to and sign with Google mail account

edit your profile
Edit Your Profile

Add a address to your blog


cms lms
  • Course Management System / Learning Management System
  • Software which allows the instructor to deliver lessons online via web based environment.
  • Video telecasting (Any time, anywhere accessible)
  • Mimic Face to face.
  • Commercial and Open source
  • Moodle and sakai – free CMS softwares.
  • Advantages :
    • Those who Absent to the class
    • Any time accessible
    • From anywhere in the world
  • Disadvantages :
  • Costly
  • Less importance to school
  • Less interactions
instant messaging
Instant Messaging
  • Text based
  • Leads to synchronous Learning
  • Yahoo messenger, AOL, MSN Messenger, Google Talk…….
  • Audio or Video file on the web
  • Subscribe the service from website
  • After that your system update all
  • Receiving audio and video files is easy
  • Automatic updating is possible in out absence
  • The instructor may provide additional points (Which are not in distance learning material)
rss rich site summary
RSS (Rich Site Summary)
  • Collecting and posting in your web site automatically.
  • Software like aggregator and feed collector
  • We can feed some important sites to our website.
social network or social spaces
Social Network (or) Social Spaces
  • A website used to communicate a larger people by an individual
  • Create account with username and password
  • Profile
  • Academic achievements
  • Awards
  • Projects
  • No need of html knowledge
  • Example :,,

creating a home page
Creating a home page

Click Create you website now

  • A web page or Web site
  • Editing the Regular web site - owner
  • But editing the wiki website - anyone
  • To share their knowledge (Collaborative Learning)
  • Anyone can modify
  • regular update by the viewers can be done
  • No Need of special software to edit
  • Disadvantage : Misleading information may post
  • Example :
team viewer
Team Viewer
  • TeamViewer is a computer software package for remote control, desktop sharing, and file transfer between computers.].
  • Team Viewer was founded in 2005 in Uhingen, Germany.
  • Access any remote computer via Internet just like sitting in front of it.
  • Demo can be done in remote
  • Solving the computer problem by remote
  • Demo
  • Skype is a software application that allows users to make voice calls and video calls over the Internet. Skype has also become popular for its additional features which include instant messaging, file transfer, and video conferencing. The network is operated by a company called Skype Limited, which has its headquarters in Luxembourg and is partly owned by eBay.
smart schools virtual schools
Smart Schools & Virtual Schools
  • A School with all infrastructure like Computer, LCD projector, Interactive White Board, Internet, Webcam, Printer, Scanner, LAN and WLAN. Called as smart school.
  • A Home with all above mentioned facilities are known as Virtual schools.
virtual reality
Virtual Reality

A computer generated,

‘immersive’ (or wide field),

multi-sensory information program which tracks a user in real time.

  • Physically immersive (generate input to user's sensory systems)
  • Interactive (user can change the experience)


reading a book (not interactive or immersive)

video game (interactive but not immersive)

3-d movie (immersive but not interactive)

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Virtual Reality

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


vr technologies
VR Technologies

visual displays

stereo glasses

tracking systems

input devices

sound systems (not covered)

haptic devices (data gloves)

graphics and computing hardware

software tools


virtual classrooms
Virtual Classrooms

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

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Virtual Classrooms

Virtual Locations of Students & Teachers

vr provides
VR provides:

Augmented Reality

the end of the beginning
The End of the Beginning

VR is in its early stages, but is used commercially, globally.

There are 61,400 international commercial companies

producing VR.

While VR is at an early stage, it is used educationally throughout the world.

There are approximately 3,600 educational institutions which use VR.