THEMATIC BASED DIGITAL COURSEWARE

G. Saraswathi, Dr. S. Leo Stanly

Abstract


In this paper we consider thematic based digital courseware management systems from a pedagogical perspective, with
the goal of aiding educators in effectively utilizing thematic based digital courseware in teaching and learning. The
modern world demands a better learning experience that is personalized to individual and delivered on demand in a flexible format.
Thematic based instruction is a newer concept in pedagogy. Thematic based teaching proved to be a powerful instructional method for integrating
various concepts in curriculum by daily life examples and experiences. Thematic based instructional strategies tackle real-world scenarios
holistically from different subject areas perspective. This method entails a rich learning experience, which is relevant to learner's lives


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