In previous two blogs, we have talked about What is an ICT Lab and what are the benefits of ICT Lab for schools, teachers and the students. In this blog, we are going to look at most pertinent challenges which have emerged while setting up and managing ICT labs in government schools across the country.
In one of the earlier blogs, we have written about what is the meaning of the ICT Lab and how it has transitioned from when they were introduced in our classrooms to how progressive they look today. In this blog, we are going to put forth some of the benefits of the typical ICT Lab
What is an ICT Lab? ICT stands for Information and Communication Technology and was first introduced in India in 2004. The education department then revised the ICT policy in 2010 giving secondary students an opportunity to learn better using computer aided learning. The Ministry of Education had recently once again revised the policy, about which
This blog is written by our team member who has drawn inference from his real life experience to highlight a very important component which CSR, NGOs and State Governments should consider while designing a digital learning project. That’s me training a group of girl students, most of whose parents are factory workers in a village
I probably was in my 3rd or 4th standard. The science teacher asked us to do a home experiment wherein we had to germinate seeds. I was super-excited. After reaching home, I couldn’t wait to collect all the materials that were required. I set the seeds in some water-soaked cotton in a small plastic container.