By Subrata Sarkar, Sanjay Mohapatra, J. Sundarakrishnan
This e-book illustrates ways for imposing ICT in basic schooling. via diversified projects and case experiences, the publication exhibits assorted techniques for profitable implementation of ICT. whereas it provides info of theoretical suggestions with regards to ICT, it additionally presents reside examples from various tasks as to how literacy could be completed via custom-made implementation approach. The ebook illustrates diverse ICT regulations which were carried out with various measure of luck. It additionally demonstrates diversified ways that might be of curiosity to practitioners.
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A high level implementation plan/strategy should be informed by this need. Success lies in leveraging the government system, embedding the program within the same and thereby moving up the value chain. This will make us invisible as we are part of the overall mechanism influencing policy formulation and implementation. In helping the existing government systems make this transition we as program implementers undergo a metamorphosis—a change in role from a time teller to a clock maker—fine tuning the overarching system so as to achieve sustainability.
7 % students are in E grade. 99 3 6 12 66 479 State LAT Report Card, Odisha DE Program-2013 Class VI (Treatment II) Fig. 5 indicates that; Given the total of 547 students from Class VI and from total marks of 75 (25 Marks for each subject -Science, Maths and Geography). 3 % of the students are in E grade. 2 Key Findings 37 Fig. 6 indicates that; Given the total of 178 students from Class VI and from total marks of 20, none of the students are in A, B, and C grade, 1 % are in D grade and 99 % are in E grade.
Fig. 89. 90 Fig. 24 indicates that; Class VI: Out of the total of 237 students from 10 schools for the district, 114 are in Grade E, 65 students are in Grade D, 50 are in Grade C and 8 students are in Grade B. There are no students in Grade A. 52 3 Learning Achievement Tracking I: Baseline Study Class VII: Out of a total sample of 244 students, 105 are in Grade E, 34 students are in Grade D, 43 are in Grade C, 44 students are in Grade B and 18 students are in Grade A. Treatment II Fig. 29 Fig. 26 indicates that; Out of a total sample of 30 students taken from each of the classes for the district; Class VI: All 30 students are in Grade E.