Learn how integrated computer technology projects studying environmental pollution have served the diverse needs of students, including special needs children in Barugur, Tamil Nadu, South India. Workshop presenter, I. Glory Rosaline’s work received national recognition as she received the National ICT Award by the Honorable Pranab Muharji, President of India, by using software platforms to enhance and enrich the curriculum. Find out how these successful technology projects can offer ideas for your school.
About Mrs. I. Glory Rosaline…
Mrs. I. Glory Rosaline, Graduate Teacher in Physics, works at Concordia Higher Secondary School, Barugur, Tamil Nadu, South India. She received the Presidential Award from the Honorable Pranab Muharji , President of India for imparting Information Communication Technology at her school, especially for students with special needs.
She shares, “… I surrender myself to the Lord to plant seed of curiosity and motivation to know, to grow, to succeed, to fulfill children potential. At the same time I want to be a role model to inspire and make the entire dreams of each student to become true in their life. I am so passionate and love the Special Children and that’s why I took essential steps to teach them through technology.
“Though it needs lot of patience and time consuming I enjoyed and render myself for this service. I use software platforms to enhance and enrich curriculum… Jesus said in Matthew 7:15-20, but especially verse 20: “Therefore by their fruits you will know them.” These verses convicted me that my faith needed action added to it. Now the children are flourishing in the usage of software for their curriculum.”