ICT For Class 10 th Year-2013-14. Presented By :- Mr. Sadanand Ashokrao Kulkarni (M.Sc., M. Phil. (Computer Science) , M.A .(English), B.Ed.) Email: email@example.com Blog: www.shardageorai.blogspot.in Web Site: prakalpsharda.org Ph. 02447-264059 Mo: 9422707468, 9423714682.
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Mr. Sadanand Ashokrao Kulkarni
(M.Sc., M. Phil. (Computer Science), M.A.(English), B.Ed.)
Web Site: prakalpsharda.org
Mo: 9422707468, 9423714682
The above figure says that the information in the form of packets sent through the mail, communications sent over a network are broken down into small packets and wrapped with shipping and assembly instructions, called protocols.
Thus, rather than considering ICT, education and development as separate pillars required to support the knowledge society. One may view education and development as interrelated drivers for development. In this view, ICT is the enabler for both innovation and education – without which a knowledge society cannot be realized. This is visually captured in the following figure:
Fig. ICT as an enabler of the innovation and education required for development and sustenance of a knowledge society
It will become increasingly easy to create educational environments where the online world is integrated with the physical campus. The students will face a new set of educational challenges. To learn skills of using ICT in education, the professional role of teachers as mentors, able to impart the wisdom that only experience can provide, will grow in importance.
Following an overview of a few key ways in which educators will need to be able to mentor and guide learners in this environment.
Education systems are faced with a need to provide formal instruction in information, visual, and technological literacy as well as in how to create meaningful content with today’s tools. However, it is important to consider expanded definitions of these literacy’s that are based on mastering underlying concepts rather than on specialized skill sets. Education systems need to develop and establish methods for teaching and evaluating these critical literacy’s at all levels of education.
The skill of Complex Communication
Information Communication Technology used well in classrooms, enhance the learning process, in the following ways: