Teachers Community of Learning Bangalore South Block 3, Computer teachers workshop

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Objectives of the workshop

  1. Familiar with the digital literacy curriculum
  2. To transact digital literacy curriculum in class rooms
  3. To help computer teacher acquire more knowledge about ICT
  4. Introducing teachers to different technological(FOSS) tools for self learning.
  5. Helps computer teachers to support in schools technology related to administration related work

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Agenda for the workshop

Particulars Timings Objectives Session details Participant work Resources
Day 1
Introduction to the workshop and overview of the program 10.00 – 10.30 Participant information

over view of the TCOL program Workshop objectives and agenda

Introduction to FOSS and overview of Ubuntu 10.30 – 11.00 1. Introducing to the FOSS world

2. To get familiar with basic Ubuntu features and the overview

1. Introduce to FOSS and the importance of it in schools

2. Go through Ubuntu platform – Applications and places

3. Go through Ubuntu files and folder introduction.

Learn Ubuntu
Introduction to DL curriculum 11.15 – 11.45 1. Introducing the ICT curriculum,

ICT textbook and teacher handbook

2. Introducing to the Explore an application portal

1. Go through the ICT curriculum – printed copy and html

2. Read the Preface of the book to understand the objective of the curriculum (KN and EN)

3. A proposed abridged DL curriculum for the schools based on the NCERT curriculum & ICT book

1. Participants will go through ICT text book

2. Participants will read preface

3. Will go through abridged DL curriculum page

Interacting with the ICT environment – 1 11.45 – 12.45 1. Basic digital literacy – nature of ICT

2. Introduction to Ubuntu, familiarization with the general ICT environment

3. Getting introduced to Kannada typing with text editor

ICT in Education

1. Basic digital literacy

2. ICT and Society

3. ICT in Education

4. What is the nature of ICT

Student textbook

1. ICT student textbook/Introduction

2. What is the nature of ICT

Level 1, Level 2, Level 3

1. Working with Ubuntu

2. Creating folders and documents

LUNCH 12.45 – 1.30
Data representation and processing

ICT for creating – 2

1.30 – 3.30 1. Creating resources with concept map tool (from activities in the student textbook)

2. Creating formatted text documents – Language set up, formatting and Kannada typing.

3. Working with spreadsheet and the data set images to understand the data

Teachers hand book

ICT for generic resource creation Student textbook Data representation and processing Level 1, Level 2

1. Create text document of the analysed pictures- using LibreOffice

2. Read different kinds of data create

3. Use libre office Calc to analyse the data - Sorting, filters, Charts and Pivot table - Use different formulas - Type local languages like Kannada, Hindi - Use auto fill, auto correction words

4. Concept map of that

5. Saving and exporting map into different formats

ICT for creating – 3 3.30 - 4.30 1. Understanding the power and possibilities of creating with ICT in multiple ways

2. Introduction to image viewing and editing tools and resource creation - Screenshot, TuxPaint to view and edit images, Image viewer to edit, view images

Student textbook

Communication with graphics Level 1, Level 2, Level 3

Teacher handbook ICT for generic resource creation

Teachers to create their own image resources and using Image Viewer to display as a slide show Communication with graphics
Familiarization with the textbook 4.30 – 5.00 Teachers will read the textbook and practice the activities given 1. ICT Student Textbook

2. ICT Teacher Handbook

DAY 2
Recap session and Familiarization with the textbook 10.00 – 10.30 1. recapping of the day 1 tools by practicing it

2. Ubuntu Installation demo

Detailed Ubuntu installation

- along side, upgrade and erase and install - Data back up

Learn Ubuntu
ICT for creating – 4 10.30 – 1.00 1. Understanding the possibilities of ICT in education

2.Resource creation with Geogebra

3. Introduction to Kanagram

4. Using simulations for science teaching

Student textbook

1. Educational applications for learning your subjects

2. Exploring maths with Geogebra Level 1 Level 2

3. Building vocabulary with Indic anagram

4. Learning science with different technology tools

5. Your desktop atlas with Kgeography

Teacher handbook

1. ICT for subject specific resource creation

2. Educational applications

3. Learning science with simulations

Teachers are familiar with resource creation with Geogebra, PhET and Indic anagram. Videos and screenshots of resources created
Ubuntu basic trouble shooting 1.30 – 2.30 To get familiar with Ubuntu basic troubleshooting Ubuntu software center

Network configuration Language pack setting User account creation Familiar with File systems

Use system setting to

- Connect projector,

- External storage partitions

Will practice all the functions individually and Learn Ubuntu
ICT for creating – 5 3.00 – 4.30
  1. Introduce to LO presentation software

2. Getting familear with GDL access and the browsers

3. Use Google features to make data collections and drives

1. Working with Libreoffice Impress

2. create a presentations using simple features from impress

3. Use basic animation features

4. Use firefox to access GDL, Downloading Images, videos.

5. Use different browser shortcuts to access resources easily

7. Use google features like google drive, youtube, photos etc as school resource repository

Working with

1. Libreoffice impress

2. Firefox

Workshop resources

  1. Student ICT textbook - Online
  2. Abridged ICT textbook for your school - Year 1
  3. ICT Teacher handbook
  4. PDF version of the ICT textbook - to read it offline
    1. Student textbook - English
    2. Student textbook - Kannada
    3. Teach handbook - English
  5. Explore FOSS digital tools for learning and teaching
  6. Install ubuntu in your lab or personal computer
    1. Download Ubuntu ISO from this link
    2. Download Ubuntu installation manual

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