ET611Tx: 'Pedagogy for effective use of ICT for school teachers'


About the course

There exists research-based evidence which shows that lecturing or mere demonstrations with Information & Communication Technology (ICT) tools are not effective for student learning, especially for higher order thinking skills. Instead, students learn effectively when they do carefully designed activities in class with the technologies get feedback on their work immediately, and when the assessment is aligned to these activities.

In this context, the goals of this 4-week course are:

  • Facilitate transition from teacher-centric to student-centric while teaching with ICT.
  • Identify relevant ICT tools for teaching-learning goals.
  • Design student-centric activities and aligned assessment using ICT tools.
  • Develop a collaborative community of teachers to share best-practices and experiences.

Publications

  1. Banerjee, G. & Walunj, S. (2019). "Exploring in-service teachers’ acceptance of Augmented Reality". In 2019 IEEE Tenth International Conference on Technology for Education (T4E). IEEE.
  2. Menon S. & Banerjee G. (2019). "Evaluating effectiveness of a Teacher Training MOOC: Industry Perspective". In 2019 IEEE Tenth International Conference on Technology for Education (T4E). IEEE.
  3. Shah V., Banerjee G., Murthy S. & Iyer S. (2018), "Learner-centric MOOC for teachers on effective ICT integration: Perceptions and experiences", Proceedings of IEEE Ninth International Conference on Technology for Education (T4E).
  4. Banerjee G., Warriem J. , and Mishra S. (2018), “Learning experience interaction (LxI): Pedagogy for peer-connect in MOOCs” , in Yang, J. C. et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 26th International Conference on Computers in Education. Philippines: Asia-Pacific Society for Computers in Education.

Further information

Course handout

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