NEP 2020 has clearly stated in clause 24.4, the requirement of inclusion of digital tools in teaching learning and assessment process as the emergence of digital technologies and the emerging importance
of leveraging technology for teaching-learning at all levels from school to higher education is the requirement of present time. In clause NEP 2020 states 24.4 (i) Blended models of learning: While
promoting digital learning and education, the importance of face-to-face in-person learning is fully recognized. Accordingly, different effective models of blended learning will be identified for appropriate
replication for different subjects.
With the motive to enhance teaching-learning processes, different subjects require dedicated tools for exploration and knowledge construction. Hence, certain tools are designed digitally in such a manner to completely fit into the arena of learning of particular subjects. For example; tool like GeoGebra is a dynamic tool that can be used to learn or teach any subject like physics, economics, accountancy, etc. that has a mathematical background.
As an effort to leverage the understanding of teachers, students, teacher educators, and various stakeholders on the exploration and utilization of digital tools for teaching, learning and assessment for specific subjects in order to enrich the classroom experiences, CIET-NCERT is organizing a five-day online training on “Digital Tools for Teaching, Learning and Assessment of Specific Subjects” from May 23-27, 2022, as part of the online training series.
|Day & Date||Topic||Resource Persons||Banner||Video Link|
|Digital Tools for Specific Subjects: Concept, Need and Significance|| Mr. Gurumurthy Kasinathan, Director, IT for Change
Dr. Ajita Deshmukh, Assistant Professor, School of Education & Research, MIT-ADT University, Pune
Dr. Angel Rathnabai, Assistant Professor, CIET-NCERT
|Digital Tools for Teaching and Learning of Mathematics||Dr. Madhu B, Assistant Professor, RIE, Mysore||Day 2||Video|
|Digital Tools for Teaching and Learning of Science||Dr. Anand Arya, Associate Professor, RIE, Ajmer||Day 3||Video|
|Digital Tools for Teaching and Learning of English||Dr. Shruti Tripathi, Assistant Professor, RIE, Bhopal||Day 4||Video|
|Digital Tools for Teaching and Learning of Social Sciences||Dr. Nidhi Singh, Academic Consultant, CIET-NCERT||Day 5||Video|
Step 1: Registration : Register yourself by clicking the link https://forms.gle/g6SK34dW9rejuSiC8 - Or Scan the QR code-
Step 2: Watch live training sessions: Watch live training sessions: Participants have to attend training sessions, which will be live-streamed on NCERT Official YouTube channel - - http://youtube.com/ncertofficial from May 23-27, 2022 at 4:00- 5:00 pm. The session will also be telecast live on the following channels-
If you have missed the live Sessions, you can watch the recording at the given link - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcsj1x9n9h4iM55WVO5blACDge1hXi6Mi
Step: 3 Participation in Post-Session Activity and Certification: Participate in the post session quiz, score 70% & above to get a certificate.
Post-Session Quiz Link- https://forms.gle/LydSeCgpmiZT9jFXA
Opening Date: May 27, 2022 at 6:00 pm
Closing Date: June 19, 2022 at 6:00 pm
Participants are allowed to attempt the quiz only once and those scoring 70% and above in the quiz will receive a certificate of participation in their registered mail ID within 30 days of taking the post session quiz (Check in SPAM Mail if not found in the Inbox).
Step 4: Submit Your Feedback: Submit your feedback using the link - https://forms.gle/zkrU6Jm5WvzsrPLj9
This feedback form is intended to know your experiences, learning, and suggestions regarding the online training on “Digital Tools for Teaching, Learning and Assessment of Specific Subjects” organized by CIET-NCERT.
Kindly share your experiences and suggestions with us. This will help us in further improvement of the virtual training process. Confidentiality of your responses will be ensured.