ITfC launches “Technology integrated learning” course

June
2017

Centre for Education and Technology, IT for Change has launched a “Technology integrated learning” course for students and faculty of the Bachelors in Education course at Vijaya Teachers College, Bengaluru. This is the first B.Ed. course based on the National ICT Curriculum, 2013 of Central Institute of Education Technology (CIET), NCERT.

About the course

ICT syllabi in school education and teacher education have in the past largely focused on the learning of few popular proprietary software applications. This has had little impact on the learning processes or outcomes.

The National ICT Curriculum pioneers a new approach to ICT learning and ICT based learning, with the six themes of “Connecting with the World”, “Connecting with Each Other”, “Creating with ICT”, “Interacting with ICT”, “ICT and teaching-learning” and “Reaching Out and Bridging Divides”. The curriculum broadly attempts to build ICT competencies in teachers, to strengthen their professional capacities and to use ICT tools in their teaching. It enables students to acquire digital literacy and vocational skills and improve their subject learning.

The Centre for Education and Technology has developed the syllabus and course content for the students of the B.Ed program being offered by the Vijaya Teachers College for the 2017-19 batch. The Technology integrated learning course is being offered on the Free and Open Source Learning Management System Moodle.

The course for teacher educators will also be open to the faculty of other teacher’s colleges in Bengaluru. Interested teacher educators can contact itfc@itforchange.net for more information on registering for the course.

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