• Ideas for you_Build innovative environment in classroom with ICT

    @MUHAM0c0c5f87f6 Integrating digital tools and platforms can enable more interactive, engaging, and immersive learning experiences around sustainability topics. Things like educational games, simulations, and virtual field trips can bring the subject matter to life.
    ICT can facilitate more collaborative, project-based learning where students work together to research, analyze, and develop solutions to sustainability challenges. Cloud-based tools make it easier to share information and coordinate group work.
    Classrooms are increasingly using online resources, digital textbooks, and e-learning modules to teach about sustainability, climate change, renewable energy, and other environmental topics. This provides more dynamic, up-to-date course materials.
    Teachers can use data visualization software, sensors, and smart devices to collect and analyze real-world environmental data with students. This hands-on, data-driven approach can yield valuable insights.
    Video conferencing and virtual learning platforms enable guest speakers, virtual field trips, and cross-school collaborations on sustainability initiatives - exposing students to diverse perspectives.

  • @Antonia
    Thank you dear for spending time to view my post and watch the activities in my post. Many more thanks for your kind review for my post too. Your positive feedback means a lot to me. I truly appreciate your support.

  • @MYLOG47799627c6
    Hello Logeswari,
    As we have digital kids nowadays, students will certainly find to learn science concepts and other subjects via interactive websites. It is a guidance for those students whi are absent. Do you update the website frequently?

  • @Ana_moderator My most preferred approach is project based learning

  • @Ana_moderator said in Ideas for you_Build innovative environment in classroom with ICT:

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    Project-based learning (PBL) is an excellent approach that can be well-supported by various EdTech tools. Here are some recommendations for effective EdTech tools to integrate with project-based learning:

    1. Collaboration Platforms:

      • Google Workspace (Docs, Sheets, Slides, etc.) for real-time collaboration on project documents, presentations, and data analysis.
      • Microsoft 365 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) can also facilitate group work on projects.
      • Online whiteboards like Miro, Jamboard, or Padlet enable brainstorming, mind mapping, and visual organization of project ideas.
    2. Research and Information Gathering:

      • Digital libraries and ebook platforms like Sora, Epic, or OverDrive provide access to a wide range of research materials.
      • Search engines like Google Scholar help students find relevant academic sources for their projects.
      • Online reference tools like Wikipedia, Britannica, or LexisNexis allow students to gather background information.
    3. Multimedia Creation:

      • Video creation and editing tools like WeVideo, Adobe Spark, or iMovie allow students to produce multimedia project presentations.
      • Audio recording and editing apps like Audacity or GarageBand can be used for podcast or audio-based project deliverables.
      • Image editing software like Canva, Pixlr, or GIMP enable the creation of visual aids, infographics, and project assets.
    4. Project Management:

      • Tools like Trello, Asana, or Microsoft Planner help students organize project tasks, deadlines, and collaborative workflows.
      • Online calendars and scheduling apps facilitate coordinating team meetings and milestones.
      • Cloud storage platforms like Google Drive, Dropbox, or OneDrive enable centralized file sharing and version control.
    5. Presentation and Demonstration:

      • Slideshow tools like Google Slides, Microsoft PowerPoint, or Prezi allow students to create engaging project presentations.
      • Interactive display tools like Buncee or Nearpod make it easy to incorporate multimedia and formative assessments into project showcases.
      • Virtual meeting platforms like Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or Google Meet enable remote project demonstrations and client/stakeholder interactions.

    The key is to select EdTech tools that foster collaboration, research, creativity, and project management to support the PBL process and empower students to take ownership of their learning.

  • I agree with the above-mentioned ideas that ICT is a powerful tool used in the teaching process, but the main goal of every teacher is to have a highly motivated audience. Tons of materials can be used, and the whole lesson can be delivered with the help of ICT, but if the students are bored and are not integrated into the process, then the teacher hasn't reached her or his goal and the lesson is in vain. So we as teachers should be very cautious while planning the lesson and using this or that approach or tool.

  • @Housna

    certainly. The lessons in students time table will change automatically once the teacher upload the new lesson every week, because the timetable created using google drive. So, all the changes made by teacher will upgrade in students timetable link immediately..

  • @Antonia Absolutely, integrating Information and Communication Technology (ICT) into special education can indeed be transformative. Tools like interactive whiteboards, educational apps, and devices such as tablets or laptops offer numerous benefits. They can enhance engagement through interactive lessons, cater to various learning styles, provide personalized learning experiences, and even facilitate communication and social skills development. For educators specializing in special education, these technologies can be invaluable in creating inclusive and effective learning environments tailored to meet the diverse needs of their students.

  • @Ana_moderator
    Warm greetings from Armenia.
    The 21st century is the century of information and scientific knowledge, and that's it
    means that the educational system must solve a fundamentally new, global problem:
    prepare the generations for new life conditions and activities
    in the information and mobile world. Therefore, at this stage of society's development
    there is a need to create such an educational space in the school where
    students will develop qualities that meet the requirements of the 21st century:
    knowledge, abilities and skills.
    Media literacy is a skill of the 21st century, we need to develop it from an early age, for this I use ICT tools in almost all fine arts classes in the form of games (quiz, learning app), slides, videos. And how do you use ICT tools? Let's share our effective experience here.

  • @Samar-Mohamed
    Hello,

    You proposed the Nearpod apps, I normally embed it in the classroom. Indeed, it is a useful tool that promotes student's participation. It is also helps in formative assessment. Nearpod facilitates the teaching and learning process. I highly recommend to use it.

  • @Housna Thank you for the feedback and recommendation. I appreciate you sharing your experience with using Nearpod in the classroom.

  • @Ana_moderator you have explained it very well. The digital tools play essential role in understanding of students. When they perform or simulate the reality based scenario then their learning improves efficiently

  • You have explained it very well, these tools generate virtual environment mimicking reality based scenarios. This way students can learn very efficiently

  • @Bousl2336873cb4 The potential of using ICT is way beyond our imagination. The tools like PhET, ChemCollective, and other simulations based learning platforms play a crucial role in developing the enhanced learning of students. When students are exposed to reality based scenarios then learning methodology shifts towards on spot exposure of topic or scene.

  • Dear @Housna ,
    Thank you for sharing your experience, this platform was really new for me, I will try to study and will definitely use it in my classes.

  • ChatGPT

    Using ChatGPT and other generative AI

    1. Personalized Learning Assistance:
      Tutoring: ChatGPT can provide explanations, answer questions, and help with understanding complex concepts in real-time.
      Feedback: It can review assignments and provide constructive feedback to help improve learning outcomes.
    2. Interactive Learning:
      Simulations and Scenarios: Generative AI can create interactive scenarios for subjects like history, science, or languages, making learning more engaging.
      Role-playing: It can simulate conversations in different languages or scenarios, helping with language practice and social skills.
    3. Resource Creation:
      Content Generation: AI tools can generate quizzes, flashcards, summaries, and study guides tailored to specific topics or learning needs.
      Visual Aids: They can create diagrams, charts, and other visual aids to support understanding of complex subjects.
    4. Research Assistance:
      Information Retrieval: ChatGPT can help find and summarize relevant information from vast resources quickly.
      Bibliography and Citations: It can assist in generating and formatting bibliographies and citations for research papers.
    5. Skill Development:
      Coding Practice: AI can offer coding exercises, debug code, and explain programming concepts.
      Writing Improvement: It can help improve writing skills by offering grammar checks, style suggestions, and content enhancements.
    6. Accessibility:
      24/7 Availability: Unlike human tutors, AI tools are available round-the-clock, providing assistance whenever needed.
      Inclusive Learning: They can support learners with disabilities by offering customized learning experiences, such as text-to-speech or speech-to-text features.
    7. Motivation and Engagement:
      Gamification: AI can incorporate gamification elements into learning, making it more fun and motivating.
      Goal Setting: It can help set learning goals and track progress, encouraging continuous improvement.
    8. Collaboration and Communication:
      Group Projects: AI tools can facilitate collaboration by providing a platform for brainstorming and project management.
      Communication Skills: They can simulate conversations and debates, helping learners develop communication and critical thinking skills.
  • @Ana_moderator Thanks a bunch for gtreat ideas

    Contacts:
    Shakhnoza Khamrayeva
    Sehriyo School, Tashkent
    WhatsApp: +998881585511
    hamraeva.s@gmail.com

  • @Ana_moderator Adapting to technology is crucial right now.

    I prefer using interactive video technology due to its characteristics and advantages in presenting the lesson, achieving the goals, and maintaining the interaction and activity of the students, in addition to reducing the cognitive load on the students.