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ICT: Learning By Doing

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Loy Theng

on 10 September 2012

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Transcript of ICT: Learning By Doing

Bright and colourful pictures coupled with suitable animations (http://nlvm.usu.edu/)
Sounds like explanations and animation sounds helps the students stay focused on the topic of learning lets the student participate by doing.
Touch and participation (linoit)
Monitor the progress of learning Support of Learning by doing by ICT Strategies & Problems Possible Problems:
Limitation of resources available
Some students not very participative
The lesson must be properly structured
Distracted by the manipulative
Constantly monitor the lessons and provide appropriate scaffold Topic: Equivalent fractions
Students broken up into groups
Manipulatives /fraction discs
Fraction (e.g. 1/2), students to join 2 quarters
Teacher ask students to put both fractions side by side and compare
Students present findings to the class
More examples can be carried out
Form a Conclusion Learning By Doing ICT provides a platform whereby the student will be able to learn better through multiple modes of engagement: Sights, sounds and touch. Learning by doing develops critical thinking process of learners through the use of sight, sound and touch.
Learners are more likely to retain 75% of knowledge.
A sense of achievement leads to more confidence and higher self-esteem.
Low ability learners likely to be involved actively
rather than be spectators. Benefits Learning by doing is the process whereby learners are engaged in “hands on” activities which facilitates the acquisition and development of knowledge and skills through direct experience.
NOT mere spectators
Begin With The End In Mind The use of Raz-Kids to encourage students to be active readers is an excellent example of learning by doing. Adopted from fellbaum.blogspot.sg - student using Raz-kidz in a classroom Another example of learning by doing is learning to keep fit by participating in aerobic lessons which are conducted on a regular basis. Adopted from YMCA - A young girl learning gymnastics Adopted from 2012 World News Inc - Gabrielle Douglas Gold Medal London 2012 At the Gymnastics Adopted from enstarz.com - Gabby Douglas Beam Fall Adopted from Asiaone - Learn by doing in specialised schools Adopted from: How are your critical thinking skills? Adopted by: How are your critical thinking skills? Benefits:
digital manipulatives help children that do not have access to manipulatives at home.
Children may not be able to visit the library on a regular basis. With ICT like raz-kids, books are brought to the child.
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