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1 ICT Capacity building For Secondary School Teachers Experience of Industry-Educomp relevant to Rastriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA )

2 RMSA Vision The Vision of secondary education is to make good quality education available accessible and affordable to all young persons in the age group of years.

3 RMSA Objectives: in context of ICT integration
Ensure all secondary schools have physical facilities, staff and supplies of prescribed Standards. Through financial support to /Govt Schools / Local body schools/ Aided schools 2. To improve quality of Secondary education resulting in enhanced intellectual, Social and cultural learning. 3. To ensure that all students pursuing secondary education receive education of good quality. Through appropriate Regulatory mechanism in Private Schools.

4 Sec. schools & Senior Sec Schools
Types Govt. Schools Private [ Aided / Unaided ] Sec. schools 1.06 Lakhs Sen. Sec. Schools 0.53 Lakhs 41% 65% 59% 35% .

5 Statistics [2005-06] Type No. of schools (In lakh) No. of students
No. teachers Ratio Secondary Schools 1.06 250 7.57 1: 33 HS Schools 0.53 134 3.94 1:34 Total 1.59 384 11.51 NA

6 Role of ICT in Teaching-Learning Process:
Computer Literacy Make ICT an enabling and Productive tool By using computer as Research tool Communication tool Publishing tool CAL implementation Need for a holistic model to bring about a change in the way the teachers teach. Project based Learning Evaluation/Assessment

7 Key Deliverables: Infra:
Hardware Software Printers/MFD Modem Web Cam Power back ups Furniture etc Electrification Networking etc Display system – Integrated Projector/interactive board etc Faculty/facilitator Training to teachers and Capacity building Digital Content [offline/online ] Courseware/learning materialMaintenance of equipments Maintenance of equipments

8 BOOT ( Build Own Operate Transfer)Model

9 BOOT ( Build Own Operate Transfer) Model
Initial investment on entire deliverables is made by Private partner and the same is recovered on periodical basis from the govt after services are rendered. The contracted period is typically 3/5 years. Faculty/ facilitator is provided and trained periodically by the partner Teachers of the school are all trained and given all the required support to ensure CAL All equipments supplied are maintained by the private partner Team of experts are deployed to extend necessary support to ensure seamless flow of info and update on progresses made in each school The contract is in the nature of a Build – Own - Operate - Transfer (BOOT) arrangement, wherein all assets are transferred to the school at the end of the contract period. .

10 Empowering teachers through ICT
Computer Literacy Skills : Make ICT an enabling and Productive tool Minimum level Learning Child centered approach, Activity oriented learning. Class room Teaching –Learning transactions Evaluation Techniques Development & use of Teaching-Learning Material Project Based Learning Innovative T-L Methods To distinguish Quality content software Use of web in enhancing Learning and learning Methods.

11 RMSA : Setting up of computer labs in secondary schools
Educomp has successfully set up over Computer labs by providing Hardware, Software, Computer faculties, courseware, as per the needs of State govt’s., under BOOT/BOT/BOO Models RMSA may plan to look into the advantages of the same model for setting up of Computer Labs of Secondary schools

12 RMSA : Bridge Course for enhancing learning ability of students who pass out of class VIII
Educomp has expertise of providing ICT education to Govt school children & teachers in several states. Educomp is thus aware of the differences in the achievement levels of learning in different states. We also provide bridge Course in ICT at 8th level in some states so that at 9th level students are taken through the same curriculum It is thus essential to have a bridge course in ICT at 8th level to enhance the learning ability of students in ICT and to take them through for the secondary curriculum smoothly.

13 RMSA : IN- Service Training of Teachers In ICT
Educomp has been Organising ICT training, Training in pedagogy to facilitate ICT integration in Education effectively to thousands of school teachers across the country. Mainly training is organised for School faculties, School Teachers and School Administrators. Training is provided in 10 Regional Languages including Bodo, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada,Telagu etc. Hands on Experience on Computers is an essential part of training. Training Modules in Appropriate languages are prepared for each training.

14 RMSA :Distance Learning
Educomp has established Distance Learning Centers through satellite connectivity & state of art labs. At present, English learning courses for teachers/students, online training for aspiring chartered accountants have been taken up thro’ these centres The facility is also being tried out to organise on-line ICT training for school teachers / faculties together with planned ‘Hands on’ sessions. Distance Learning may be appropriately used in ICT Teacher Training.

15 Distance Learning-Online Training
Educomp has dedicated web portals to enhance ICT capacity building of secondary school teachers. WiziQ site provides free online access to teachers & helps them build their own lesson plan and to organize virtual class room on the net. Experience suggests that Teachers need help in making lesson plans, planning projects , Assessment & Remediation etc in making ICT classes successful Appropriate use of Web Technology is thus one of the ways of empowering teachers.

16 RMSA: Maintenance of Computer Labs
Some of the Steps followed are as follows. Keeping the Computers & peripherals in good working condition is done through well organized online/offline Maintenance Mechanisms . Establishing Regional, State level offices and having District level block level Coordinators to monitor the program Use of Toll free number for immediate feed back & redressal. Training the Faculties on essential maintenance skills Frequent Power cuts, non-availability of maintenance personnel in remote rural areas ,Breakdown or Slow internet connectivity etc. have to be addressed.

17 Models implemented so far
Procurement of various equipment and resources from their sources/OEM’s: Accountability with the purchaser PPP BOT : BOO : BOOT : PPP model is proving to be the best model so far implemented. Scalability and financial viability is very high incase of BOOT. Accountablity with the Private partner assuring better outcomes. Impact is visible

18 Educomp’s partnerships in ICT projects
Educomp’s partnership with govts: Partnering with 14 state govts. and implementing computer Education and Computer Aided programmes in over Govt. schools. Educomp’s partnership with Pvt. Institutions: Over 15 years of partnership with hundreds of Pvt schools across the country. Currently It’s CAL initiative called “Smart Class” an integrated CAL programme for schools, implementing in over schools under BOOT model. Smart Class is a holistic model empowering teachers to teach a hard concept so effectively. Thanks to Delivery model created by Educomp Impact of ICT programmes in Govt Schools thru Educomp’s flagship Division “Edureach” – committed for ICT programmes in govt schools. Documentary showcasing Impact of ICT in Rural India

19 Thank you

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