PCF5:CYP - Innovation in curriculum and assessment: improving school quality
Title of session
Innovation in curriculum and assessment: improving school quality
- Date: 15 July 2008
- Time: 14.00
- Room: Nunn Hall
- Prof. Ram Takwale, Creating Mass movement for quality school education for all (566)
- Mr. Narendra Deshmukh. Resource based quality school education(808)
Key Issues that arose in the session
- How to design and use a large techno-social system in the public-private partnership that will accommodate large number of learners to solve problems of life and work in the context of globalization.
- Using a model of virtual school and learning homes how education can be transformed from teacher-centric and content centric to learner-centric and from learner centric to learning-centric education and from development perspective to a transformation perspective of education.
- Creating OERs which can provide information space, interaction space, and creative space for a learner and make the learner use learning tools and technology for better learning.
Points for future action (Policy, recommendations, commitments etc.)
- More emphasis needed on Public-Private partnership and Consortium approach to any effort to provide quality education to all with the TECH-MODE approach.
- Qualitative aspect of education is to be taken care of in the efforts to provide education for sustainable development.
- OERs need to be designed and developed with specific provision for learner space rather than merely producing the learning resources without context.