"CAI - PowerPoint"
Innovative Methods Computer Assisted Instruction [ CAI ] Dr.S.Rajasekar, Add Corporate Professor of Education, Logo Annamalai University Here Email: email@example.com Website: www.sekars.net After listening to my lecture, you will be able to know the following:- •List of Innovative methods •Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) •Web based Instruction (WBI) •Use and Requirements Innovative methods • Programmed Instruction (PI) •Computer assisted Instruction (CAI) •Web based instruction (WBI) •Power Point based instruction and so on. Innovative methods • Innovative methods – (situational) • Quick learning • More learning • Longer retention Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) Terminology • Use of computer in education is referred by many names such as • Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) • Computer Aided Instruction (CAI) • Computer Assisted Learning (CAL) • Computer Based Education (CBE) • Computer Based Instruction (CBI) • Computer Enriched Instruction (CEI) • Computer Managed Instruction (CMI) Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) New Terminology • Web Based Training (WBT) • Web Based Learning (WBL) • Web Based Instruction (WBI) Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) Computer-based education (CBE) and computer-based instruction (CBI) are the broadest terms and can refer to virtually any kind of computer use in educational settings. Computer-assisted instruction (CAI) or Computer Aided Instruction (CAI) is a narrower term and most often refers to drill-and-practice, tutorial, or simulation activities. Computer-managed instruction (CMI) Computer-managed instruction is an instructional strategy whereby the computer is used to provide learning objectives, learning resources, record keeping, progress tracking, and assessment of learner performance. What is CAI ? • A self-learning technique, usually offline/online, involving interaction of the student with programmed instructional materials. • Computer-assisted instruction (CAI) is an interactive instructional technique whereby a computer is used to present the instructional material and monitor the learning that takes place. • CAI uses a combination of text, graphics, sound and video in enhancing the learning process. • CAI refers to the use of the computer as a tool to facilitate and improve instruction. CAI programs use tutorials, drill and practice, simulation, and problem solving approaches to present topics and they test the student's understanding. Origin of CAI ? • After the development of a small commercial computer in U.S.A to process census data – around 1960 • Development of PLATO (Programmed Logic for Automatic Teaching Operations) - around 1964 • Development of computerized tutorials in arithmetic and reading for elementary school children by Patrick Suppes of Stanford University in 1966 and infact he was considered to be the father of CAI. Basic assumptions of CAI • CAI is suitable for all type of teaching and learning activities. • As the learners’ performance is going to be recorded automatically in the computer memory, immediate feedback can be provided to the learners by the teachers and also the teachers can use the data in making the best teaching strategy for the learner in future. • CAI can be provided simultaneously even for 4000 students and thereby it facilitates individualized instruction. Typical CAI provides • Text or multimedia content • Multiple-choice questions • Problems • Immediate feedback • Notes on incorrect responses • Summarizes students' performance • Exercises for practice • Worksheets and tests. CAI programmes • Drill and Practice • Simulation • Instructional game • Tutorial • Discovery • Problem solving Advantages of CAI • one-to-one interaction • great motivator • freedom to experiment with different options • instantaneous response/immediate feedback to the answers elicited • Self pacing - allow students to proceed at their own pace • Privacy helps the shy and slow learner to learn • multimedia helps to understand difficult concepts through multi sensory approach • self directed learning – students can decide when, where, and what to learn Limitations of CAI • A poor substitute for actual experience • Software limitations • Restricted Text displays • Learning becomes too mechanical • Hardware limitations Web based Instruction Giving Instruction with the help of web /websites It requires the following:- •Computer based skills •Web Designing skills Web based Instruction Steps involved in web based Instruction •Preparation of story board •Preparation of web layout •E-content creation Web based Instruction Preparation of story board •Arrangement of segmented content •Necessary animations / transitions •Additional clues / links / help •Required audio / video •E-resources •Duration of each frame Web based Instruction Preparation of web layout •Horizontal •Vertical •Single page Web based Instruction E-content creation • Development of content by using the story board • converting into web pages • Registering for domain • Web hosting Sample e-content clip •Importance of Training colleges •Objectives of training colleges •Quality in teach education Sample e-content clip Sample e-content clip Power Point based instruction •use of hyperlinks •Getting the required slide •Use of blank slides •Use of mobile in navigation •Power point auto run software To Conclude PEDAGOGY CAI INNOVATIVE METHODS WBI POWER POINT BASED INSTRUCTION QUESTIONS ? 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