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A STUDY OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TECHNOLOGY ENABLED LEARNING STRATEGY BASED ON MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES ON THE ACHIEVEMENT IN HISTORY AND CIVICS OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN BANGALORE

MEERA , KRISHNAPPA (2012) A STUDY OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TECHNOLOGY ENABLED LEARNING STRATEGY BASED ON MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES ON THE ACHIEVEMENT IN HISTORY AND CIVICS OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN BANGALORE. PhD thesis, Christ University.

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Abstract

Education shapes the destiny of a nation. It is the principal instrument of developing human capabilities and transforming the economy. The traditional structure of the classroom interaction has existed for thousands of years and has evolved by passing through various phases. The first phase was the Gurukul where gurus or teachers imparted knowledge to shishyas or students. Then came the second phase where the teacher taught using blackboard and chalk. In the third phase virtual /visual aids like OHP and multimedia took over the traditional system of imparting education. Now in recent years schooling is experiencing the Education Revolution where in the barriers of time and space have been eroded as Ashby (1967) predicted “Mankind is now in the midst of the 4th revolution in Education – The Age of the Electronic Media.” The Information Age, mostly driven by digital media, has made it both possible and necessary to use these digital media not only as tools for acquiring and processing information but also as a means of constructing knowledge (Kerres & De Witt, 2003). Computers and the Internet have become the technical basis for digital learning environments that challenge the traditional classroom in many ways. While there have been tendencies in the past and present of trying to replace the traditional classroom with new media, the limitations of learning and instruction solely occurring in digital environments have also become more clear.

Item Type:Thesis (PhD)
Subjects:Thesis > Ph.D > Education
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Thesis > Ph.D
ID Code:7837
Deposited By:Shaiju M C
Deposited On:18 May 2019 12:22
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