Class III ICT Activity – Dance forms

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Students of class III made a PowerPoint presentation on ‘Dance Forms’ as part of their ongoing Unit of Inquiry on Festivals under the transdisciplinary theme ‘How we express ourselves’. Students learnt the important ICT skills of investigating, creating and organizing while doing this activity. They also developed learner’s profile attributes of thinkers, knowledgeable, reflective and open-minded when they reflected on their understanding about various dance forms, their costumes and famous exponents of that dance form.

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Author: ictatdpsg

As an ICT educator I aspire to tap the potential of technology in teaching learning practices and pedagogy. I wish to use blogging as a tool to showcase the work done by my students of grade 2 and 3, besides finding out various ways in which I can make difference in building ICT skills in my young brigade and make them empowered learners.

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