A STUDY ON SCOPE OF SMART CLASS ROOMS IN THE GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS FUNCTIONING IN AND AROUND COIMBATORE
Author’s Name : Dr G Murali Manohari | Dr T Shenbagavadivu
Volume 05 Issue 04 Year 2018 ISSN No: 2349-7289 Page no: 5-8
Smart classrooms are basically technologically and electronically enhanced classrooms. The concept of smart classrooms does not completely do away with the traditional method of teaching. Rather it seeks to club the use of technology with conventional methods. For instance, the teacher while teaching a lesson on volcanoes will supplement the information given in books by showing a video of how a volcano erupts. Thus it has been the trend of using these interactive tools for teaching. This study is an attempt to find out the scope of the functioning of smart class rooms in state board schools. The study has been conducted by adopting survey method among the Schools in, and around Coimbatore Dist. with the help of questionnaire. The sample size of 72 respondents from the area that was chosen for the study. The scope of the study consists of the expectations and the opinion of the respondents toward the smart class. The study is based on descriptive research. Simple random sampling is used for data collection
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