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  1. 1. •Why Technology? •Evolution of Technology •by Pratima nayak,PGT(Maths),KV
  2. 2. 21.12.2012 Present job Scenario
  3. 3. Railway
  4. 4. Medical Science
  5. 5. Research Work
  6. 6. Mass Media & Animation
  7. 7. Employers need students with 21st century skills such as 1. innovation 2. oral and written communication 3. teamwork and collaboration 4. critical thinking and problem solving 5. Technology 6. leadership. (Sources: The Partnership for 21st Century Skills, en Gauge, and SCANS Report highlight different skills and call them “21stCentury Skills.”).
  8. 8. Can our chalk and talk method be able to develop the required skills?
  9. 9. How to develop 21st century skills?
  10. 10. Research says the solution is „Use of Technology……
  11. 11. Mathematics, to most, is a complex and difficult subject. Technology has changed whole world New fields in have been generated which need technology.
  12. 12. In designing learning environments: to help students learn an abstract idea, provide them with more tangible visualizations. Jean Piaget (1896–1980) ,the great psychologist
  13. 13. 2. 3 Use of technology makes Ideas tangible. Technology makes abstract ideas tangible. With help of technology teachers can  build upon students‟ prior knowledge and skills.  ƒ emphasize the connections among mathematical concepts.  ƒ Connect abstractions to real- world settings. (Bransford, Brown, & Cocking, 1999; Roschelle et al., 2001;diSessa, 2001):
  14. 14. Don Knezek, the CEO of the International Society for Technology in Education
  15. 15. Signal Processing Crypto- Mathematics Control graphy theory Operation Research
  16. 16. What is technology? Procedure s
  17. 17. 3. 1. When we started use of technology The abacus ( Chinese) around 2600. B.C
  18. 18. History of Technology in Mathematics Education
  19. 19. 1650 – The Horn-Book
  20. 20. 1870 – Magic Lantern
  21. 21. 1880 –the slate Used throughout the 19th century in nearly all classrooms, a Boston school superintendent in 1870 described the slate as being “if the result of the work should, at any time, be found infelicitous, a sponge will readily banish from the slate all disheartening recollections, and leave it free for new attempts.’
  22. 22. 1890 – Chalkboard
  23. 23. 1925 – Film Projector
  24. 24. 1925 – Radio
  25. 25. 1930 – Overhead Projector
  26. 26. 1940 – Mimeograph
  27. 27. 1957 – Skinner Teaching Machine
  28. 28. 1958 – Educational Television
  29. 29. 1965 – Filmstrip Viewer
  30. 30. 1970 – The Hand-Held Calculator
  31. 31. 1980 – Plato Computer
  32. 32. 1985 – CD-ROM Drive
  33. 33. 1985 – Hand-Held Graphing Calculator
  34. 34. 1999 – Interactive Whiteboard
  35. 35. 2005 – I-Clicker
  36. 36. 2006 – XO Laptop
  37. 37. 2010 – Apple I Pad
  38. 38. The availability of technology has changed enormously during the last 20-30 years. This broad definition of ICT includes such technologies as radio television video DVD, telephone (both fixed line and mobile phones) satellite systems computer and network hardware and software videoconferencing, e-mail and blogs. Digital games
  39. 39. The slide show was developed and presented on occasion of Ramanujan’s Birthday at NCERT,New Delhi by Mrs.Pratima Nayak (PGT,Maths,KV,Fort William,Kolkata and Snehasis (Class –VIII) 2012
  40. 40. We acknowledge : • The-Star-Trek-style-classroom-future-replacing-blackboards-books 2012 http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2236967/The-Star-Trek-style-classroom-future-replacing- blackboards-books.html?ito=feeds-newsxml Royal Academy of Engineering, ICT for the UK's future: the implications for the changing nature of Information and Communications Technology. 2009, London: Royal Academy of Engineering. Evolving Classroom(2001) http://www.pbs.org/kcet/publicschool/evolving_classroom/technology.html • Why should a teacher use technology in his or her mathematics classroom? http://education.ti.com/sites/UK/downloads/pdf/Research%20Notes%20- %20Technology%20in%20Class.pdf(Prepared for Texas Instruments by the Center for Technology in Learning, SRI International, December 7, 2007) • Teaching with Technology 2006 http://cte.uwaterloo.ca/teaching_with_technology/ ƒ  Research Report of NCERT 2009 http://www.ncert.nic.in/new_ncert/ncert/rightside/links/pdf/focus_group/educational_technology.pdf • Research Findings and Implications for classroom Practice.(Texas Instruments) http://education.ti.com/sites/US/downloads/pdf/CL2872.pdf

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