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INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION ================================================
Objectives :
Student teachers...
1. Obtain a total perspective map of role of Information and Communication Technology in present and future. 2. Know the development of IT in education & emerging role of teacher in IT. 3. Understand Communication process and its usage in teaching-learning. 4. Get awareness of Computer usage and its importance in Education. 5. Understand computer networks & use of Internet in Teaching. 6. Acquire understanding about teaching & learning. 7. Develop micro teaching skills & skills of teaching using ICT. 8. Create attitude and interest in ICT in Education subject.

A. Skill developing technologies, Characteristics of good teaching and Maxims of teaching . Micro teaching – meaning, importance, limitation and organization patterns B. Micro teaching skills – set induction, skill of questioning, skill of explaining, skill of Black board work, skill of illustration, skill of using teaching aids, skill of reinforcement, skill of stimulation variation.

A. Educational technology – concept , need and functions of ET. B. Development of Educational Technology – transfer from teacher – centered – instruction to learner – centered – instruction in reference to following points • Material used before machines, print material, photography, recording, audio & video recording, television, computer, internet.

A. Emerging role of teacher in developed Educational technology • Presentation in direct teaching • As manager to manage teaching resources of ET • As user, facilitator and producer of teaching material based on ET B. Communication process-concept, nature, principles, functions, types of effective classroom communication • Obstacles in communication and teachers’ attempts to overcome them

A. Need and importance of computer in education • Need and relevance of information technology in modern world • Importance of knowledge of using computers by the teachers in classroom teaching

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