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The Role of Technology in Improving the Quality of Education. Abraham Tharakan General Manager, NIIT Ltd. Changing paradigms. Space. Time. Speed. Communication. Media. Learning. Society. Highly specialised. Becoming specialised. The fount of all knowledge.

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the role of technology in improving the quality of education

The Role of Technology in Improving the Quality of Education

Abraham Tharakan

General Manager,

NIIT Ltd.

changing paradigms
Changing paradigms

Space

Time

Speed

Communication

Media

Learning

slide4
Highly

specialised

Becoming

specialised

The fount

of all

knowledge

No one knows anything anymore...

All knowledge

through

technology?

1800

1900

TODAY

2000 +

slide6
Not the strongest

Not the most intelligent

Those most responsive to change

Charles Darwin

slide8
Learning Design and Technology Differed Waves

enabling technology

Change of personal attititudes & models

Changing Paradigms

  • Levels of collaboration ( )

  • Interactivity( )

••••••

NewMillenium:

Collaborative Technology

objectives

Growth of abilities & Knowledge

•••

90s

Hypertext Technology

••

Transfer of rules/ facts/ procedures

80s

Multimedia Technology

60s: Behaviourist

70s-80s: Cognitivist

90s-00s: Constructivist

models

ncf recommendations on ict
NCF Recommendations on ICT

Equipment Driven Programs Do Not Work

slide11
The Learning

Ecosystem

the pillars of education
The Pillars of Education

Curriculum

Learning of Individual Teachers

Experience of Individual Teachers

slide17
World Wide Web

School

Home

Ecosystem

Child

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