This workshop is a joint initiative of the Knowledge Incubation TEQIP III (KITE), Parimal and Pramod Chaudhari Centre for Learning and Teaching (PPCCLT) and Teaching Learning Centre (TLC) at IIT Bombay, under ‘Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya National Mission on Teachers and Teaching’ (PMMMNMTT), through Ministry of Education, Government of India. IIT Bombay will conduct a series of pedagogy workshops on various subjects. We will use our MOOC platform IITBombayX and some video conferencing tools for live interactions.
In this workshop, we deal with the pedagogy for effective teaching of programming basics. The syllabus comprises of following two distinct components:
- Revision of the topics of procedural programming using C++. These topics are: Introduction; Sequential and Conditional Execution of Programs; Iterative solutions; Functions; Arrays and Matrices; Sorting and Searching; Strings; Pointers; Structures; Files
- Understanding the pedagogy of teaching this course in online/blended mode.
Participants will attend live sessions explaining the suggested method of revision, for under
pedagogy for a few selected topics, and for conducting an online assessment.
Who should attend
The workshop is targeted towards faculty members engaged in teaching Basic Computer Programming, from any Institute, College, University, Polytechnique, and Junior college. It is to be noted that the focus is NOT on the subject matter, which the participants are expected to know. It is on the pedagogy of how to teach the course in blended mode.
- Start of Registration: December 3, 2020
- Last date of Registration: December 15, 2020
- To download the full schedule: Click Here
Dr Kalpana Kannan
Sr. Project Manager, ESOS Project
Department of CSE, Kanwal Rekhi Building, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai – 400 076
Tel.: +91-22-2576 4989
Mahendra Parmar (M) – 9833594905
Email: [email protected]
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