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Maha Shikshak Training Training Literature Module: IC - Integration of ICT in Study Teaching and Evaluation Integrative 


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 Through which the siege of the hunt can be accomplished.  * The present time is full of technology and knowledge.  Where every day person is connected with technology.  At present the student can get education through internet himself. Today's education is full of technology.  In which every day the student has finished studying with technology.  



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The classroom also uses technology.  Learning Objectives: Description of Information and Communication Technology.  Understanding the benefits of Y ICT.  Contextual Study - Identifying appropriate teaching resources for teaching strategies. 



 * Identification and presentation of the use of ICT tools in evaluation.  * Introduction to ICT in Education: There are three basic concepts in information and communication technology.  Information, communication and related technical information means precisely arranged facts or understanding of a matter.  


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Communication is the act of conveying information from one place to another or from one person to another in its original sense in written, verbal or other non-verbal sense. The third concept is to apply scientific knowledge for a specific purpose.  The term ICT is often used as a synonym for IT (information technology). But really IT is the use of ICT, so ICT includes IT.  But apart from that it has a much wider field.  ICT is a broader and more accepted term in education.  


* What is ICT?  : ICT stands for Information Communication Technology / Information: Information is the product of processing data.  


Communication: Communication is the social communication that takes place through messages.


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Technology: Technology is the process of improving and enriching human life by developing new tools, devices and methods with the help of scientific principles and techniques.  


Concept of ICT: Information can be digitally stored through ICT.  Y ICT can bring many changes in education,Effectiveness of study can be increased *We can use slide show, messenger and many other means for education .



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ICT in teaching-learning including Artificial Intelligence,
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Quiz: Activity  How does ICT help in teaching and evaluation?  Open the given link and read the activity given in it and respond.  Subject Matter - Inclusion of Pedagogy and Technology: 


Subject Matter - Pedagogy (Technology) Technology Integration: In view of the progress of the digital world, teachers themselves need to be equipped with the necessary professional skills to use ICT for teaching and learning.  Integrating ICT into the teaching-learning process means not only using the Internet and digital tools but also as a means of achieving the objectives and learning outcomes of the subject to be taught and learned.



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