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December 2012

Learning Practices in the 21st Century: Technology Challenges and Digital Insights

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The Internet and a wide variety of emerging communication and simulation technologies have enhanced the learning process and experimental or real-world problem solving skills for students. Schools are not just adopting technology, but more diverse and innovative ways of teaching and learning. The session expresses viewpoints on blend of technology and education to overcome these challenges.

Simi Kher, Country Coordinator, Tony Blair Faith Foundation Our education system today would feel irrelevant unless there is a bridge between how students live and how they learn.

K Renuka Raju, Founder, Correspondent, Lotus Learning Systems Society Every child and teacher must have the skills that are required to make them job-ready. These have to be evaluated as a part of the curriculum and also reported in the National Certificate for Workplace Preparation.

Nageswara Rao, Principal, Sanghamitra School If we blend technology and classroom teaching, we can give better education to the children. Harnessing technological advancements can turn the world around for a student who considers studying as a compulsion.

Rupesh Kumar Shah, CEO and Co-Founder, Inopen Technologies Our objective in teaching computer science is to develop clarity and stepwise execution of any task. We want to develop confidence in solving complex problems. We should use this as a vehicle to mould the next generation technology users.

Lt Col A Sekhar, Principal, Atul Vidyalaya The right blend of technology is needed in teaching. Quality and access to education are the major challenges that need to be addressed.

Satheesh Kalyansundaram, Senior Sales Engineer, Websense Security is a serious issue in education and needs to be looked deeper into.

Mathewhzacharias, Principal, Global Indian International School To achieve quality in education, we need to involve our student community in brainstorming. Charles Darwin said that what we think today is not the best thing in the next generation. We have to put things in perspective

G Kumar Naik, Secretary, Primary and Secondary Education, Government of Karnataka Schools have changed drastically in the last 15 years. To overcome the barriers in the education, we have to move from the first level of ICT to the second.

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