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Welcome!. Main Menu. ICT Programme at a Distance and On-line for GMS. ICT Programme at a Distance and On-line for GMS. Graduate Diploma Programme in ICT for the GMS. Certificate of Achievement in Teaching Computers. 1 Purposes 2 Target Groups 3 Programme

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Welcome!

Main Menu

ICTProgramme

at a Distance

and On-line for

GMS

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ICT Programme at a Distance and On-line for GMS

Graduate Diploma Programme

in ICT for the GMS

Certificate of Achievement

in Teaching Computers

1 Purposes

2 Target Groups

3 Programme

4 Details of the Courses

5 Instructional Media

6 Academic Semester(STOU)and Study Plan

7 Registration

8 Student Learning and Advising

9 Facilities and Equipment

10 Examinations

11 Grading System and Course Evaluation

12 Awarding the Certificate

13 Program Management

1 Purposes

2 Target Groups

3 Programme

4 Instructional Media

5 Academic Semester(STOU)

and Study Plan

6 Registration

7 Student Learning and Advising

8 Examinations

9 Grading System and

Course Evaluation

10 Awarding the Certificate

11 Program Management

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Graduate Diploma Programme

in Information & Communication Technology (ICT) for the GMS

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Purpose

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1. To jointly develop a one-year graduate diploma programme in ICT for the GMS.

2. To collaborate in offering the graduate

diploma by distance/online education.

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Target groups

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Target group are the bachelor’s

degree graduates in any fields

from public or private sectors.

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Programme

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  • The programme consists of
  • five courses, each worth 5 credits:
  • Foundation (15 credits)
  • Specialization (10 credits)
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Details of the courses

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  • Foundation in ICTcomprising 3 courses and
  • worth 15 credits
  • - Fundamentals of ICT (5 credits)
  • - Object Oriented: Theory & Practice (5 credits)
  • - Multimedia and Internet Development (5 credits)
  • Specializationcomprising 2 courses and worth 10 credits (concentrating upon special professions such as Law, Education, Business)
  • - Individual Study in ICT (5 credits)
  • - Practical Experiences in ICT Applications (5 credits)
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Instructional Media

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Printed media/CD-ROM

  • Instructional materials
  • A study guide

Computer-based Tutorials

  • Computer-based tutorials involve presentations by tutors.
  • Each module should have at least one tutorial presentation
  • by the tutors.

Supplementary media

  • Satellite broadcasting
  • Audio tape
  • Video tape
  • VCD
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Media

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Printed-based Material

Satellite

Computer-based

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Media

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Computer-based

ICT Supporting

Information and Communications Technologies

  • Web-based tutorial
  • Audio & Video on Demand
  • Communication
  • Email
  • Web board
  • Chat
  • Conference
  • White board
  • Electronic Homework
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Media

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Computer-based

Multimedia

  • Text
  • Images
  • Animations
  • Audio Clips
  • Video Clips
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Academic Semester (STOU) and Study Plan

1st Semester

1 July - 31 October

2nd Semester

16 December - 30 April

Students must take a minimum of one course and

a maximum of three courses per semester.

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Registration

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Students will register at

participating universities before

the semester starts. Student pay

fees as specified.

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Registration

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Yunnan

Non GMS

Myanmar

Internet

GMS

Internet

Lao PDR

Thailand

Vietnam

Cambodia

STOU

Web Server

Students will register

via the worldwide web.

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Student Learning and Advising

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1. Students study instructional materials

by themselves.

2. Computer-based tutorials could be provided

at home or at the study centers located at

participating universities.

3. VDO presentation could be provided through

the DLF satellite. Satellite receivers should be

installed at the study centers located at

participating universities. Internet will be

used for student advising.

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Facilities and Equipment

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Satellite

VDO Broadcasting

  • Yunnan
  • Thailand
  • Laos
  • Cambodia
  • Vietnam
  • Myanmar

Channel

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Univ. A

Univ. B

Production

Univ. C

Univ. D

Univ. E

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Facilities and Equipment

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Computer Support

Each participating university will provide computers

for students at the study centers.

Receivers

Providers

A

A

B

B

University

Universities

/Students

C

C

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Examinations

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At the end of the semester students must

take an examination. The examinations

will be organized at the participating

universities. The staff at the participating

universities will serve as proctors of the

examinations. Examination papers will be

sent to the institution offering the course

for grading.

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Grading System and Course Evaluation

A = 4.0

B+ = 3.5

B = 3.0

C+ = 2.5

C = 2.0

D = 1.0

F = 0.0

Pass Grade

Examination

50%

40%

Course A

Course B

Assignments

50%

60%

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Awarding the Certificate

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  • A Graduate Diploma Certificate of achievement
  • in GMS ICT will be awarded upon completion of
  • the course requirements as specified in the
  • programme.
  • A Certificate of achievement for the individual
  • courses will also be available for students who
  • do not wish to pursue the entire programme
  • but would like to take a particular course.
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Program Management

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A Steering Committee representing

the stakeholders should be set up

to oversee the operation of the

programme.

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Certificate of Achievement

in Teaching Computers

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Purpose

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To develop the proficiency in

computers of school teachers and

their ability to teach computers.

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Target groups

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Target group are in-service school

teachers teaching computers at the

basic level.

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Programme

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  • The programme is worth 6 credits,
  • with the following modules:
  • Principles and Components of Computers
  • Computer Programmes
  • Application of Computer Programmes
  • Computer Teaching Methodology
  • Measurement and Evaluation
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Instructional Media

Main Menu

Printed media/CD-ROM

  • Instructional materials
  • A study guide

Computer-based Tutorials

  • Computer-based tutorials involve presentations by tutors.
  • Each module should have at least one tutorial presentation
  • by the tutors.

Supplementary media

  • Satellite broadcasting
  • Audio tape
  • Video tape
  • VCD
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Academic Semester (STOU) and Study Plan

1st Semester

1 July - 31 October

2nd Semester

16 December - 30 April

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Registration

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Students will register at

participating universities before

the semester starts. Student pay

fees as specified.

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Student Learning and Advising

Main Menu

1. Students study instructional materials

by themselves.

2. Computer-based tutorials could be provided

at home or at the study centers located at

participating universities.

3. VDO presentation could be provided through

the DLF satellite. Satellite receivers should be

installed at the study centers located at

participating universities. Internet will be

used for student advising.

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Examinations

Main Menu

At the end of the semester students must

take an examination. The examinations

will be organized at the participating

universities. The staff at the participating

universities will serve as proctors of the

examinations. Examination papers will be

sent to the institution offering the course

for grading.

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Grading System and Course Evaluation

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A = 4.0

B+ = 3.5

B = 3.0

C+ = 2.5

C = 2.0

D = 1.0

F = 0.0

Pass Grade

Examination

50%

40%

Course A

Course B

Assignments

50%

60%

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Awarding the Certificate

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  • A Certificate of achievement for the individual courses will also be available for students who do not wish to pursue the entire programme but would like to take a particular course.
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Program Management

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A Steering Committee representing

the stakeholders should be set up

to oversee the operation of the

programme.

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