Six Thinking Hats

Introduction
‡ Six Thinking Hats is a simple, effective parallel thinking process that helps people be more productive, focused, and mindfully involved. And once learned, the tools can be applied immediately! ‡ Any individual and Team can learn how to separate thinking into six clear functions and roles

‡ By mentally wearing and switching "hats.‡ Each thinking role is identified with a colored symbolic "thinking hat. ." you can easily focus or redirect thoughts. the conversation. or the meeting.

Six Thinking Hats Strategy !! .

What is it? ‡ Six Thinking Hats is a strategy devised by Edward de Bono which requires students to extend their way of thinking about a topic by wearing different thinking hats: White hat thinking identifies the facts and details of a topic Purple hat thinking examines the negative aspects of a topic Yellow hat thinking focuses on the positive aspects of a topic Red hat thinking looks at a topic from the point of view of emotions and feelings Green hat thinking requires imagination and lateral thinking about a topic Blue hat thinking focuses on reflection. and the need to understand the big picture. . metacognition (thinking about the thinking that is required).

.What is its purpose? ‡ Students learn to reflect on their thinking and to recognize that different thinking is required in different learning situations.

Education Online Satellite Center .

Objectives ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ To start a centre for Satellite Online Education To establish a Design training centre To contact ISRO for Satellite Communication To create awareness To provide similar kind of education what IITians and IIM graduates get To start courses on Evolution of Technology To understand the customers To diversify the market Superior Infrastructure Aesthetic décor .

Major Challenges and Need for it ‡ A major challenge for educators in India. is to provide access to high -quality instruction in key subject areas. . meanwhile. especially in rural and remote areas ‡ India faces a significant shortage of qualified teachers ‡ Its aim should be to connect urban and rural educational institutions throughout India to provide a formal educational infrastructure and also to help spread knowledge about health and other related issues to more remote areas of the country.

of the nation s 190 million children aged six to 14. . ‡ There is only one teacher per 71 students. The satellite will enable distance education to take place throughout India by interfacing with video from each school. and up to 87 percent of the students ultimately drop out of school. only 150 million are in school.Major Challenges and Need for it ‡ According to India s Ministry of Education.

ii. v. iii. iv. Server Room Medium (DTH Service) Transmitter and Receiver Functional crafts Professors Time Scheduling ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Duration of one year Link with all schools and colleges to remote classrooms five states in what government officials called a precursor to a nationwide Setup in Bangalore Indra Nagar Create awareness Estimated Space Required 1200 sq feet (Server Room) Estimated workforce 15 20 members Hiring & training team of talent .Agenda ² YEAR1 ‡ Initial venture into Satellite Online Education i. vi.

using the Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (SITE) to beam programs related to hygiene and family planning to a large number of Indian villages.Agenda-Year II ‡ The satellite program should cover all the schools in Karnataka Region ‡ India first used satellites to distribute educational programs in the mid-1970s. .

using a streaming video card over the satellite. such as beaming local language instruction programs to address illiteracy ‡ one program will allow students to send video questions to any teacher in any connected classroom. The satellite also will be used in teacher training. The satellite will use multiple regional beams to cover different parts of India . The teacher then will responds to these questions through Satellite. anywhere in India.Agenda-Year II ‡ The satellite will be used for learning in many ways.

and training for rural development.Agenda-Year 3-5 ‡ To introduce the use of one-way video twoway audio teleconferencing interactive networks for education and training. ‡ Expanding into 3 major areas-distance education. training/continuing education. .

Market Study ‡ Analyze the pitfalls ‡ Understanding and Designing the business structure well ‡ Study Market scenario ‡ Convey ideas and discuss with professors ‡ Link with schools and colleges ‡ Competition Market analysis and survey ‡ Keeping updates on developments ‡ Contacting ISRO for satellite communication .

Satellite online education centers in Bangalore ‡ EDUSAT from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota.Bangalore ‡ SJBIT. a tiny island in the Bay of Bengal ‡ The Social Welfare Department-Bangalore ‡ HughesNet Global Education.Bangalore .

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Thank You!! Ankit Grover .

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