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Mythili Ramchand

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ICT Interests

My interests in IT pertains to developing courseware/training classroom teachers for effective use of computers. Most schools in India (atleast in Southern India) have been provided with computers - but thier use is being limited to imparting computer skills to students.

Recent Projects

Preparedness for Multicultural Science Teaching and Level of Scientific Literacy Among Student Teachers and Practicing Teachers of Science – A Survey

Publications

• Mythili R & D. Raja Ganesan (1999). Nobel Laureates in Physics – An Analysis for Science Policy Implications in our Country. University News, 37(41) • Mythili R & D. Raja Ganesan (2000). Mentoring – A Study Among Nobel Laureates in Physics. University News. 38(35) • Mythili R (2001). Level of Scientific Literacy Among Student Teachers of Chennai – A Survey. A paper presented at the HBCSE-CASTME-UNESCO’s International Conference Science, Technology & Mathematics Literacy, Goa, Feb 20-24, 2001 • Mythili R (2002). Preparedness of Future and Present Teachers of Science for Multicultural Science Teaching. Paper accepted for presentation at the IOSTE’s International Science Education Conference held at Brazil, July 29-Aug 2, 2002. • Mythili R (2003). Understanding of the Nature of Science and Technology among Pre-Service and Practicing Teachers of Science. Paper accepted for presentation at the IOSTE’s International Science Education Conference held at U.S.A., May 30-June 3, 2003


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