Paper - Non-Refereed

Managing the submission, marking and the return to students of assignments is a difficult and time-consuming process. Although the problem has always existed and several papers have addressed it, there is still no universally applicable solution. A system that brings benefits to both the academic staff and the student is described. The implementation uses standard office automation products to execute the collection and acknowledgment of assignments and to manage the marking process. Then it executes the feedback of results, general comments and comments specific to the student.
Using the frameworks of First steps methodology students created powerful narratives that can be interpreted through sound and visuals. They worked with the music specialist to investigate the way sound can heighten the power of narratives so that the audience is touched, moved and inspired. Using a variety of software eg powerpoint and i-Movie they added another dimension to their narratives. Habits of Mind and high order thinking skills became the umbrella from which all learning is constructed. Students will share the process.
Project ‘Bhartiyavidya’ with an aim to blend Information Technology and School Teaching in a unique yet simple way right inside the Class Room. This application of technology, during its design & development, as well as when deployed right inside the classroom, respects the typical boundary conditions of classroom teaching-learning.
This presentation explores the integration of useful websites and online tools to enhance teaching and learning in the classroom. By embedding the use of ICT across a range of curriculum areas purposefully, the use of the Internet is necessary and effective. Ideas will be shared that encourage successful teacher pre-searching in order to facilitate more effective student re-searching and exploration. Streamlining student access to the Internet using a picture based web page will be explored.
ACCE Partners
ACCE Partners
ACCE Partners
ACCE Partners