E-learning Program for schools. - Rotary T-E-A-C-H

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E-learning Program for schools.
• The most effective Program for Basic Education & Literacy
• Prime Minister strongly recommends e-learning for schools.
• What do we offer ? PC, Projector & software
• Contents of e-learning
• Benefits of e-learning
• How to implement the project
• Cost of the project
• Role of literacy committee
• Action Plan
• Information about DVD
Rotary’s Total Literacy Mission
T-E-A-C-H Program
T-E-A-C-H
Program
Objective
• Total Literacy in South Asia by 2017
• Quality Education at affordable cost
1. Rotary e-learning Program for Schools
e-learning Contents
 School Curriculum
 SSC Syllabus 1st-10th std.
 Science Experiments
 Encyclopedia
 Spoken English
 Planetarium
 Career Guidance
 Basic Literacy Program (BLP)
Benefits of e-learning
 Quality Education at affordable cost.
 Learning is an enjoyable experience
 Reduced School Dropouts & Absenteeism by
25%
 Improved School Performance (30% to 40%)
 Improvement in Language
 Confidence
Corporate Partners
Tata
Motors
TCS
Mercedes
Benz
Piaggio
Bajaj Auto
Cognizant
ONGC
Serum
Institute
Lupin Labs
Mothers
recipe
Sustainable Project/Measurable Benefits
• Project running for 3 years
• 1000 Schools covered
• 4,15,000 students benefitted
• 2,000 teachers trained
• Investment Rs. 10.00 crores
• New states joining – Gujarat,
Rajasthan , Chhattisgarh
Project Funding
• District appoints e-learning Committee.
• Club selects schools
• Project funding – School 1/3rd,club 1/3rd, District 1/3rd
• District funds are collected through Global grant , Term Gifts, District
grant funds , CSR
• Clubs collect the funds through fun raisers, Personal Donations
• Schools collect the funds through charitable trusts, parents support
Software Demo
• Software Demo- English.mp4
Rotary Literacy Program
रोटरी साक्षरता अभियान
• Computer Based Functional Literacy Program with TCS
• Telugu, Tamil, Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Guajarati, Oria, Kannada
and Urdu
• 3R’s - Reading, wRiting and aRthmetic
• It takes about one –third the time required by conventional
methods
• Implemented in
• Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal,
Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh
Questions
ContactPDG Pramod Jejurikar,
Chairman, South Asia e learning Committee
+91 99224 29475
[email protected]
[email protected]

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