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The Quality Requirements of Google Generation Today

The Quality Requirements of Google Generation Today

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Published by Dr Dheeraj Mehrotra
By: Dr. Dheeraj Mehrotra, Author & Innovator, Six Sigma In Education towards Quality Literacy For All.
By: Dr. Dheeraj Mehrotra, Author & Innovator, Six Sigma In Education towards Quality Literacy For All.

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Published by: Dr Dheeraj Mehrotra on Feb 19, 2014
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The Quality Requirements of Today !



Dr. Dheeraj Mehrotra * (National A ardee!

Google Generation,

the ultimate of Classroom Scenario is a provoking the teachers to take a larger step today towards promoting themselves in a big way. Scratching heads and making the designs with the pen or the pencil in the class is actually a common sight in a classroom of today if it is not mounted and reflected by the sense of e-effect, the electronic fur in the classroom. The distraction in the classroom otherwise is expected to roll out with particular launch of the spectrum towards working or phasing out the teaching and learning environment. hat evaluates out of this methodology is the systematic approach towards working for the better to deliver the good out of the best. !s a matter of fact, the very use of technology in classrooms is changing everything from the way pupils learn and the way teachers teach, to the way parents and teachers communicate. There has to be an updated broadband connection to the "nternet in order to make it possible for growing schools to provide the #uality $ase and "nformation of %earning with a comic effect which

further details the information towards the liking of the children in particular. The emphasis is on the re&uirements which promotes the Smart %earning 'nvironment which offers the students and the staff access to all the resources, online storage and communications tools they could ever need - not (ust during the school day, but beyond it too. !s a matter of fact, further the )ew technologies go way beyond paper-and-pencil to enable children to express themselves textually, graphically, numerically, aurally or visually but also to allow children to discover new ways to collaborate and learn. !s a matter to observe and ponder over, in a national survey, teachers say they believe that using digital games in the classroom helps students maintain concentration and enthusiasm for learning, while making it easier for teachers to differentiate instruction and assess students. The survey of 505 teachers who use digital games in their K-8 classrooms aims to identify what teachers think about gamebased learning and how digital games affect students beyond academic achievement. t offers a mi! of "ualitative interviews with "uantitative data to offer a more rounded picture of teacher opinions.

!s we are not well outdated and unreferenced with the tab that *igital natives and digital immigrants are terms coined by the !merican futurist +arc ,rensky to distinguish between those who have grown up with technology and those who have adapted to it, there is an urgent need and analysis of when and how we need to change ourselves to the existing scenario and get to the bargain price of Changing with the environment and the opportune moment otherwise. There is a heavy need for perfection bound to produce our existence otherwise with a tag of -ld Generation buddies otherwise like that of a civili.ation hence.

The re&uirements in addition, as we know of observation, the overall, learning today is much more interactive than it used to be. -n priority, the very %earning

has had become significantly richer as students have access to new and different types of information, they can manipulate it on the computer through graphic displays or controlled experiments in ways never before possible, and they can communicate the results of their efforts to teachers through a variety of media. e need to involve them, make them a learning partner and above all explore their creativity further. )ew ways of obtaining and presenting information have given students powerful new ways of analysing and understanding the world around them, and research also shows that children who use technology to support their learning are more motivated and engaged. ith clarity and congestion, practically, 'ducation is increasingly infused with media content, which can distract students by leading them into too many conflicting directions at once, discouraging their commitment to any one path. Teaching ethics and international relations in the classroom without borders is a commitment to our growth as human beings in a world in desperate need of humanity during a time of moral crisis. Classrooms today are more diverse than ever before. The same cannot be said about text books, curriculum, and lesson plans. Teachers must design lessons that are accessible to all students and reflect their diversities. -ne has to as well, explore different approaches to traditional learning systems and find out how to implement new strategies to engage students in lessons. The teachers of the new age of *emand and %iking need to be open to !*!,T")G, $eing /isionary towards perfection, Collaborating of choice and energy with sharing of routine operations towards betterment at ease and fraternity keeping the audience in mind. 0e or she needs to be having a modeling behavior, must be leading, open to taking risks and above all keen to learn. "n addition the #uality 'ducator also models tolerance, global awareness and reflective practice, whether it is the &uiet, personal inspection of their teaching and learning process or through blogs, twitter and others.

"t is &uite alarming to note and analy.e of the fact that, according to researchers we are in the midst of a sea change in the way that we read and think. -ur digitally native children have wonderfully flexible minds. They absorb information &uickly, adapt to changes and are adept at culling from multiple sources. $ut they are also suffering from internet-induced attention deficit disorder.

The &uality culture today demands with perfection the art and artistic attitude of the teachers which in flash to make the best of efforts and pride culture within the classrooms in a big way. There is an urgent need to answer the google generation today and for this one has to be more ")1-2+'* and calculated towards knowledge these days.

3*G+, 456. S.Chand 0arcourt, )ew *elhi www.sch.co.in

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