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===Resources created in the workshop ===
===Resources created in the workshop ===
Revision as of 07:34, 6 February 2016
For details of district programme click Assam_STF_Maths_District_Programme_2016
Objectives of the STF programme
The STF programme will aim to:
- Build the computer literacy skills for teachers
- Learning to use Geogebra for creating simulations in Algebra and Geometry
- How to use the internet as a learning resource - to create a resource library for my use and for the classroom and build digital resource libraries
- Use emails, MathsScience Subject Mailing Forum to communicate
- Develop digital literacy skills - email, internet search and downloading, geogebra, freemind
How is the programme done
A group of resource persons has been trained from 5 districts - Barpeta, Cachar, Dhemaji, Dhubri, Jorhat in two workshops.
In these workshops, the teachers have been introduced to how to access internet for their own learning, send email to other teachers and create resources using Libre Office Writer, Freemind and Geogebra. The first STF workshop for Mathematics was conducted from 19-01-2016 to 23-01-2016. The second STF workshop for Mathematics is being conducted from 02-02-2016 to 06-02-2016. The programme has been conducted in Assam Engineering Institute, Chanmari.
A technology support group has also been trained in these districts.
Together, these teachers will be training the district teachers.
Fill this Participant information form
The details of resource persons trained is available here
Technology support group information is available here
Details of the district programme
Objectives and Agenda
Mindmap in English
Mindmap in Assamese
MRP Training - Workshop 1 - Proceedings
Please click here to see the agenda for the workshop.
- Importance of Free and Open Source Environment
- Circulars on adopting Public (Free and Open Source) Software
- Public-software-posters in Bengali
- Creation of a personal digital library
- Using a text editor
See here for videos on Ubuntu, Libre Office, GIMP, Geogebra
- Handout for Freemind
- Conditional display of text
- Check boxes for input
- Construction of triangles (given 2 sides and angle, given 2 angles and side, given 3 sides)
- Construction of quadrilaterals (square, rhombus, parallelogram, give sides and diagonal)
- Construction of concurrent lines in a triangle
- Construction of Direct Common Tangent
- Area tool
- Use of input bar
- Text editing
- Participant feedback form
- Combining images and text
- Practice Geogebra
- Send Emails
- Complete resource book translation by district (use Google translate if required)
- Identify district lab and plan for training
At the workshop
Please click here for photographs from the workshop.
Resources created in the workshop
- Resources created in Assamese by the Maths teachers
- Assamese and Bengali typing tips from Easin Ali Mollah sir and Surojit Acharjee sir
- Beginners, teachers with less computer knowledge, use the Itrans typing option
- For expert computer users, who have used Ramdhenu or Srilipi typing earlier, can use Inscript typing method
- Juktakshara (joint or half letters)
- to type 'Janma' in Assamese or English, type - jnma
Concept map created by teachers on uses of mathematics software
We have purposely identified 'teacher champions' amongst the MRPs, these teachers will provide first support to other teachers
- LibreOffice - Anupam Pathak, Silchar Govt. Boys'H S School, Cachar,9864125791, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Assamese typing - EASIN ALI MOLLAH, R. B. P. H. S. SCHOOL, DHUBRI,+917896949127, email@example.com
- Bengali Typing - surojit acharjee, Niranjan paul institute, Cachar, 9435371109, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Geogebra - Deba Kr. Gogoi, Gogamukh Higher Secondary School, Dhemaji, 9613540891, email@example.com
- Freemind - Animesh Sethiya, Jorhat
- Internet - Amrit Sir (Dhemaji District) and Animesh Sir (Jorhat)
Day wise reporting has been taken up by five districts
Day 1 -
1st day’s Training Report submitted by Dhemaji District
Our 1st day training session was started at 11 O’ clock positively on 19/01/2016. At the beginning of the session our respected Resource Persons gave their introduction. After that Technical Resource Person Mr. Rakesh assisted us to fill up our personal data forms using Internet and Koer web sites. Resource Person Guru Murti and Madam Ranjani gave a lesson on free operating system Ubuntu. He also described its origin and its different useful features. At 3 P.M. half an hour break was given for lunch. After the break, we were taught how to use both hands simultaneously to write text using Tux typing software. All of we have completed 10 lessons out of forty. The day session was concluded with valuable speeches delivered by Mission Director, RMSA and Head of UNICEF, Assam Division. Teachers : Mr. Hem Ch. Kalita, Mr. Deba Kr. Gogoi, Mr. Kuntal Chutia, Mr. Diganta Borah, Mr. Amrit pratim Sandilla
Day 2 -
Second day programe was started on 10.30AM. 1St class was preparation of mathematics question paper and drawing geometrical figure in computer lab. After lunch typing of mathematics formulae are done/ Compiled by Jorhat district.
Day 3 -
At the very beginning Honourable Gurumurthy Kasinathan sir greeted all of us and then he gave us 15 minutes to practice previous days lesson and then he started teaching Geogebra and handed over to Honourable Ranjani madam for further trainning. Ranjani madam started discussion on the following topics of the Geogebra.
- Plotting a point on the cartesian plane.
- Construction of line segment between two points.
- Construction of a line.
- Construction of a ray.
- Construction of perpendicular lines.
- Measuring of angle
- Construction of parallel lines.
- Construction of traversal of two lines.
- Measurement of perpendicular distance between two parallel lines.
- Construction of a rectangle and measuring its sides and angles.
- Construction of triangles and measuring its sides and angles.
After lunch Honourable Rakesh Gundari sir started discussion on the following topics -
- How to save a file.
- How to create a folder.
- How to cut and paste a file into the folder.
- How to convert Ubuntu language to other language.
- How to shutdown a computer.
Prepared by teachers from Barpeta District.
Day 4 -
In 4th day of the ICT Programe, We have been taught the following activities by using Geogebra, a public open mathematics learning software.
- How to draw angle using line segments and measure the angle.
- How to draw angle using one line, one given angle and a ray.
- How to draw circle using one point and given radius.
- How to draw two tangents to the circle from an external point.
- How to draw perpendicular bisector on the chord of a circle and check whether it divides the chord eqully or not.
- How to practice Geogebra using Assamese Language.
Day 5 -
The class started at 10.05 am. Our teacher gurumurty sir encouraged us to ask questions related to ict. he answered and explained nicely to all. After tea break we were encouraged to upload and enrich teaching learning related materials in assam maths subject teacher forum and explained how to use open education resources for better teaching learning process. he also gave some homeworks to all district wise. Above all a very informative training programme. we are hopeful that it will enlight the teachers and students of Assam. a great thanks to RMSA, UNICEF, ITfC faculties and all others those who are related to the training programme. (report is upto lunch). Report is submitted by teachers of Cachar district, Assam.
Workshop home work
Each district has been given home work to make a short 1/2 to 1 page user manual on following topics. The district team leader name is also mentioned.
- Tux typing – Jorhat – Bipul Bora
- Ubuntu File and folder making- Barpeta – Baharul Islam
- Free mind- Dhubri – Easin Ali Mollah
- Text editing- Cachar – Surojit Acharjee
- Geogebra -Dhemaji – Hemchandra Kalita
Objectives of the workshop
Second maths workshop agenda Click here
At the workshop
- Click here to see Bilal Hussain sir, Barpeta with his NEW LAPTOP.
- Click here to see other photos of Maths Workshop 2
Please click here to fill participant feedback form.
Learning about Assam and learning Assamese
Assamese is written in the Assamese script, a version of the Bengali script, a syllabic alphabet in which all consonants have an inherent vowel which has two different pronunciations or which may be silent. The Assamese alphabet contains 11 symbols for vowels and 54 for consonant+vowel syllables plus other symbols. Click here to learn more about the Assamese alphabet.