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Bookmarks, downloading pages, downloading files (videos, photos),
  
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# Inserting links and images in text resources
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# Create your own video, add your script by using Screencasting tools like Kazam
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# Use different video editor tool to refine your created/OER videos
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# Geogebra, Robocompass for mathematics
 
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# PhET, Kazium and Stellarium  for Science
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# Kgeography, Marble and stallarium for Social science
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# H5P, Khangman, Indic anagram for Language teaching
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# Geogebra, Robocompass for mathematics
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# PhET, Kazium and Stellarium  for Science
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Revision as of 12:35, 7 March 2019

Objective of the workshop

  1. Possibilities of Integrating ICT in teaching and learning process.
  2. Introduce students to possibilities of blended learning using LMS platforms.
  3. Using and creating Open Educational Resources by using FOSS tools for classroom teaching.

Participants information

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Agenda for the workshop

Theme Session Time Structure Objectives / Outcomes
DAY 1
Participant registration Hands-on To register in workshop with participant information on Google form
Introduction

- Objectives of the workshop

– Overview of the workshop

First half Presentation and discussions
  1. Understanding the objectives of the workshop
  2. Agenda familiarisation and shared understanding of workshop flow
  3. Sharing participant expectations
Technology for connecting and learning (Internet as a learning resource) Second half Presentation and Hands-on
  1. What is the internet (GDL)?
  2. How to use it for accessing resources?
  3. How to download resources from the internet?
  4. Familiarization of browser, downloads and saving resources on your computer (Ubuntu interface)
DAY 2
Technology for connecting and learning (Internet as a learning resource)- Personal digital library First half Presentation and Hands-on
  1. Demo of resource folders created (folder structure, organizing) to create a personal digital library (PDL). File and folder naming
  2. About Open educational resources
  3. Importance of OER and its types
  4. Creating personal resource libraries

Bookmarks, downloading pages, downloading files (videos, photos),

Checking for OER to download, non OER for direct reading

Technology for creating (text resources)

- Text Editing

-Concept map

Second half Presentation and Hands-on
  1. Typing English and other Indic languages in text editor and Concept map
  2. Formatting Text resources
  3. Inserting links and images in text resources
DAY 3
ICT for generic resource creation Full day Presentation and Hands-on
  1. Create image resources by using different FOSS tools
  2. Create your own video, add your script by using Screencasting tools like Kazam
  3. Use different video editor tool to refine your created/OER videos
Connecting and Learning

- Participating in the emailing forums, community forums

DAY 4
ICT for subject specific resource creation - 1 Full day Presentation and Hands-on
  1. Geogebra, Robocompass for mathematics
  2. PhET, Kazium and Stellarium for Science
  3. Kgeography, Marble and stallarium for Social science
  4. H5P, Khangman, Indic anagram for Language teaching
DAY 5
ICT for subject specific resource creation - 2 Full day Presentation and Hands-on
  1. Geogebra, Robocompass for mathematics
  2. PhET, Kazium and Stellarium for Science
  3. Kgeography, Marble and stallarium for Social science
  4. H5P, Khangman, Indic anagram for Language teaching
Wayforward

Workshop resources

Other online resources

Workshop feedbacks