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Courses : B.Ed.,/B.Ed(SE).,/M.Ed(SE).,/PGPDSE & PGPCSE – DECEMBER 2015
Date posted :Nov-23-2015
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B.Ed Syllabus (Distance Mode) :
COURSE TITLE : INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY AND
COURSE CODE : ED 001
COURSE CREDITS : 3+1
At the end of the course, the student – teacher will be able:
** to explain the nature and structure of the Instructional System.
** to employ the meaning of Systems Approach and its implication in teaching learning process.
** to describe the recent developments in the individual and group instructional procedures.
** to discuss the modern methods of teaching.
** to explain teaching as a complex communication skill.
** to define Educational Technology and demonstrate the approaches to teaching process.
** to distinguish the knowledge on Electronic Technologies in learning like CD-ROM, LCD’S Digital Libraries, and Internet.
BLOCK 1 INSTRUCTIONAL PROCESS
UNIT 1 Instruction – Meaning and Scope – Principles of organisation of learning experiences – Analytical approach to teaching – Learning process.
UNIT 2 Meaning and scope of Systems Approach – Systems Approach to teaching- Learning Process – Teachers, learner and group – Controlled Instruction.
UNIT 3 Instructional Tactics – Strategies and Techniques / Methods – Skills – Micro- Teaching.
UNIT 4 Meaning and scope of Individualised Instruction- Modules – Multimedia packages – Group Instruction – Team Teaching- Seminar, symposium and workshop.
BLOCK 2 COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES
UNIT 5 Teaching as Communication – Classroom Communication – Types of Communication skills required for teachers – Speaking, listening, understanding, observing, writing, and reading.
UNIT 6 Theories of classroom Communication – Flanders’ Instruction Analysis Category System (FIACS) – Barriers in communication.
UNIT 7 Meaning of Educational Technology – Scope of Educational Technology – Technology in Education and Technology of Education.
UNIT 8 Components of Educational Technology – Hardware and Software – Evaluation of Educational Technology.
BLOCK 3 MODERN METHODS AND APPROACHES
UNIT 9 Self Instructional Methods (SIM) – Objectives and principles of SIM – Programmed Learning – Personalised System of Instruction – Language laboratory.
UNIT 10 Electronic and Satellite Technology in learning – Computer Assisted Instruction – Video Assisted Instruction, CCTV, VCD Player, Tele and Video- Conferencing- Video Text and Tele Text.
UNIT 11 Emerging E-Technologies in learning – CD-ROM, ICTs, Digital Libraries, Internet in Education.
UNIT 12 Technologies in Open Schooling System (OSS) – Need, Emergence and Features of the OSS – Information Technologies in OSS.
BLOCK 4 CURRICULUM ORGANISATION & EVALUATION
UNIT 13 Meaning and objectives of Curriculum – Selection of aims, goals and objectives – Selection of learning experience, process, content – Modern concept of syllabus and curriculum.
UNIT 14 Curriculum Organization- Curriculum process and its models of Curriculum Development.
UNIT 15 Types of Curriculum- Learners centered – Teacher-centered – Subject-centered Curriculum – Basic considerations in Curriculum planning.
UNIT 16 Curriculum Evaluation – Need and Importance – Sources of Curriculum Evaluation – Teachers, Subject experts – Aspects of Curriculum Evaluation – Outcome of Curriculum Evaluation.
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About us :
The Tamil Nadu Open University was established by an Act (No.27 of 2002) of the Legislative Assembly of the Government of Tamil Nadu to benefit those who have been deprived of and/or denied the access to higher education especially destitute, physically challenged, working men and women, economically weaker sections of the society, and those who discontinued education for various reasons, etc. In the main, it aims to reach the hitherto unreached.
The University offers many Programmes in various disciplines. Given the geographical extent, population and actual need of Tamil Nadu, the setting up of Tamil Nadu Open University by the Government of Tamil Nadu is the right step. We appreciate the Government of Tamil Nadu for having taken this bold and knowledgeable step. This step of the Government of Tamil Nadu shall prove a boon for women, physically challenged, rural poor and marganalised sections of the society and we are committed to support it academically as well as financially. In a short period of six months, Tamil Nadu Open University has done a remarkable work.