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THECHNO-PEDAGOGIC CONTENT

KNOWLEDGE ANLYSIS-MATHEMATICS

MANJU.M.S
MATHEMATICS
REG NO:18014351003

WELCOME

CONCEPT OF STUDENT TEACHER


GENERATED DIGITAL TEXT BOOKS

DIGITAL TEXT BOOKS


A

digital text book is a digital book or ebook intended to serve as the text for a
class .
Digital text books may also be known as
e-text books or e-text.
Digital text books are a major component
of technology- based educational reform.
They may serve as the texts for a
traditional face to face class, an online
course or degree or a massive open
online course(MOOC).

IMPLEMENTATION:
Digital

text books offer lower costs, make it


easier to monitor students progress, and are
easier and cheaper to update when needed.
The transition to e-text books is costly,
complex and controversial.
Many interconnected factors, from device
access to digital literacy, to teaching
methods affect the implementation of digital
text books in the classroom.
Issues of overall value, book quality, privacy
and property have yet to be resolved.

DEVICES:
Digital

text books must be accessed


through an electronic devices, such
as a laptop or e-reader, schools and
colleges must determine how to
provide access to all students.
Not all students devices may be
compatible with the digital text
books require for a class and the
devices may not be able to network
with each other.

INTERACTIVITY:
A

major selling point of digital text books


is that they offer the opportunity for
students to access multimedia content,
such as embedded videos, interactive
presentations and hyperlinks.
Digitization also promises to offer
improved access to text books for
student with disabilities.
The creation of interactive and
customizable content is an important
part of digital text book development.

OPEN VS. CLOSED:


Schools,

teachers or professors may


design their own open text books by
gathering open access scholarly articles
or other open access, resources into
one text or one curriculum.
Text book publishers may offer digital
text books or digital curriculums that
are standardized across classrooms,
easier to update, and compliant with
national standards, teaching methods
or goals.

ADVANTAGES:
Speed

of delivery
Easy portable
Easy search
Highlighting
Copy and paste
Audio
Cheaper
Environmentally friendly
Quick updates
Font adjustments and night time
reading

DIGITAL TEXT BOOKS AND


STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
The

inclusive nature of digital text books


has the potential to powerfully meet the
diverse learning needs of students who
re exceptional.
Digital text books are being developed
using a universal design for learning
(UDL) approach.
Complex content is presented using
simpler language with supportive
hyperlinks to definitions of cognitively
difficult key vocabulary and concepts.

DESIGNING OF STUDENT
TEACHER GENERATED DIGITAL
TEXT BOOKS BY ADAPTING
FREE DOWNLOADABLE
DIGITAL RESOURSES IN
MATHEMATICS BASED ON THE
PRINCIPLES OF CURRICULUM
CONSTRUCTION

DIGITAL TEXT BOOK


The

media used to create mathematical


texts has advanced from clay tablets to
digital ink but this change in the way texts
are packed is not always paralleled in the
content of the text.
Many digital mathematics text book are
simple adaptations of paper texts with the
quality of the digital text dependent upon
the printed text.
Digital texts can provide different
affordances and constraints to learning
mathematics.

A DIGITAL TEXT BOOK PROGRAM


The

limitations of traditional
paper text books are well known
in terms of their expense , weight
and rigidity of format, the
strengths and limitations of using
electronic text books for
mathematics content need to be
articulated.
The digital text books are used
on a tablet PC with input from a
stylus and the keyboard.

USING TOOLS WITH DIGITAL


MATHEMATICS TEXT BOOKS
Identifying

the types of tools


used to support mathematics
learning is important in the
design of effective digital
mathematics text books.
The development of a digital text
book is predominantly a technical
challenge. Software such as d
book can help in addressing the
technical challenge.

Digital

mathematics text books


clearly create opportunities to
harness the interactivity possible
with computers to support
student learning.
Digital mathematics text books
need to address the challenge of
supporting the representational
tools that students use to give
meaning to mathematics.

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