M-Lead is an ICT enabled education and teaching system developed for teachers and teacher educators of Meghalaya to build knowledge in relation to their experience, practice and skills in learning. M-Lead is a computer and network supported transfer of
skills and knowledge.
This platform refers to the use of electronic applications and learning processes. The applications and processes of e-learning include web-based education, computer-based education, virtual classes and digital collaboration. Textual content is distributed through internet, intranet / extranet, audio or video tape, satellite TV and CD-ROM. It can be done by itself or under the guidance of the instructor and its medium is text, image, animation, streaming video and audio.
1 What is M-LEAD?
It is a program launched by the Education Department to ensure students learn from home during lockdown. All students from Classes 1 to 12 will receive around 40 minutes (length of one lesson) of e-learning resources (online and offline) on a daily basis from their teachers.
2 What learning resources are provided to learners under M-LEAD?
Coded Learning Outcomes are provided to all parents and teachers, audio and video clips, readings, games, worksheets, quizzes, project-based learning assignments, experiments, art and craft activities, reading and writing activities.
3 How does Resource Pooling take place under M-LEAD?
Anyone can share resources by sending them to firstname.lastname@example.org. By following the M-LEAD guidelines and checklist individuals can create resources for all levels of schooling. Audio and video clips must be in Khasi or Garo or even English and must not be more than 5-7 minutes long. They will be reviewed by the State Resource Group members before approval and sharing by teachers.
4 What is the role of the School Principal/Head?
Principals and Heads of schools must ensure Unit Plans are developed by all teachers to cover all the learning outcomes identified in the Academic Calendar shared by the DOE. They are to create and supervise teacher teams de-constructing and transforming Learning Outcomes into Learning Objectives and Lesson Plans. They are to monitor and supervise the implementation of the Academic Calendar (shared by the DOE) and learning plans for learning at home. All assessments (formative and unit end) done by teachers must be recorded and maintained for individual students in student portfolios.
5 What is the role of the Teacher?
All Government school teachers are to prepare Learning Outcome based Unit and Lesson Plans based on the Academic Calendar shared with schools. Further, they are required to create learning activities and learning resources (text, audio, video, worksheets, assessments, etc.) for students to learn at home independently or with the help of parents, siblings, volunteers, etc. They are mandated to call five students/parents every day to ensure the learner can access the resources, like text, audio/video clips/links shared and clear any doubts that they may have related to the e-content shared.
6 What are the roles of the DSEOs, SDSEOs, BRPs, CRPs, DMs, DRGs?
The roles of the different educational personnel are as follows:
|1||DSEO||Create WhatsApp Groups for parents, share safety protocols for using WhatsApp, online classrooms|
|8||District Resource Group Members|
7 What is the platform used?
WhatsApp, Google Classroom, SMS, email
8 Where to look for the Learning Resources be available?
(1) JioTV (M-LEAD Channel), (2) Saavn, (3) DDK and (4) All India Radio (AIR), (5) YouTube (DERT Meghalaya Channel)
Annexure 1: WhatsApp Protocol for Schools
1. The class WhatsApp group is set up by the parents and class teacher, with the latter as administrator.
2. These groups are intended as a convenient way to distribute important school information to parents quickly and for parents to communicate with each other regarding class matters, e.g. homework, learning activities, resources, etc.
3. It is not necessary to respond to every post unless it is requested e.g. RSVP, request for volunteers.
4. If a message is not relevant to majority of group members, kindly consider it more appropriate to reply by way of a personal message.
5. If too many messages being posted are only relevant to a minority of group members, the group administrator may request the conversation be continued outside the group.
6. Kindly respect the time while posting. Please avoid posting in the early morning, late at night or during school holidays.
7. The group should not be used to post private or confidential messages or express personal opinions or gossip.
8. Inappropriate posts include - posting promotions, using inappropriate language, personal attacks or insulting messages, bullying of any member, voicing grievances with the school or with individual members of the group.
9. For individual concerns/issues, kindly raise directly with the parent concerned, teacher or the Principal/Head.
10. Do not use the group to discuss non-school related matters.
11. The group administrator, will have the right to restrict admission, remove or ban anyone from the group without any notification.
12. By accepting a request to join the group, participants by default agree to these WhatsApp group rules. Kindly
NOKONI SKIE RA.ANI
Skigiparang/Ma·a Paarang/Skie on·giparang/Bi·sarang –na Mesoke Dilani
Skie Ra·ani Bak : Chananiko Skie Ra·ani
Gadang: Nursery-oni – Kass 1-ona
Skie Ra·anina Ka·dongsoanirang - 1.M.LO2.1
Bosturangko jakkale 1-9 ona channa sapa
Pensil, ripakani & reprokani
Chatgipa chin dakani pen
Rong nonganirang/dingtang dingtang rong nongani pensilrang
Rong gnanggipa lekka do·rengni lekka
Jakkalgimin botolrangni kakrang, botamrang, ripokrang,me·su bitchilrang, rong·srekrang,bol bijakrang, chongipa tin/botolrang,paikanao jakkalgipa dol·gimin lekka,robolrang
NOMBORANGKO NIE MA·SIANI ARO CHANANI
Dake Niani 1 – Skie ra·giparangna chanaiko skiani git
Miksongani: Skie ra·giparang nomborrangko minge channa changgen, nombor-ni sulsul ong·aniko u·igen aro niroke channa changgen
Five little monkeys( chongipa makkre mangbonga)
Peter works with five hammers/Peter ge·bonga turiko jakkale kam ka·a
Ten little Indian boys/girls ( Sak chikung Indian bi·sarang)
Dake Niani 2 – Tre-rang/botolrangko ma·ate donani
Miksongani: Skie ra·enggiparang channa changgen,dingtanggrikate bosturangko biaptangtango donna changgen
Dingtang dingtang bosturang jekai botol kakrang, botamrang,ripokrang,me·su bitchilrang, rong·srekrang aro uandakgiparangko channa change aro uarangko ma·ate donna tarigimin tre-rango aro botolrango donna u·ia.
(Ja·pang : https://theimaginationtree.com/sort-and-count-maths-bottles)
Noksa 1: Botolrangko Ma·ate donani
Dake Niani 3: Nombor, Rong aro Dal·a Chonako Niroke Ma·atna U·ia.
Mksongani: Skie ra·giparang nombor, rong aro dal·a chonako niroke ma·atna u·ia.
Jakkalgni Bosturang: Botol kakrang, ripokrang, rong·srekrang, go·olrang, bol bijakrang aro uandakgiparangko skie ra·giparang changen.
Bi·sarang rong·srekrang/go·olrangko chimmonge uarangko apsan dondimgen
Ma·a-Paarang/Dakdilgiparang nombor (1-9) ona lekkao see dongen
Ma·a-Paarang/Dakdilgiparang bi·sa saksako nomborko nie aganchina ge·etgen
Uni ja·mano ua bi·sa rong·srekrang/go·olrangko chanjoljole nomborni kri lekkao see donsogimin nomborni kosako donna nanggen
Skie ra·enggipa bi·sa ka·mao mesokatenggipa noksao gita rong, bimang aro dal·a chonani kri ma·ate dongen
Noksa 2: Ma·ate mesokani
Dake Niani 4: Gol·chokrang Plastik botolrangko rate tarigimin Gitilatani
Miksongani: Skie ra·giparang kal·grikroroanichi nomborrangko channa changgen
Gol·chokrangko goe kal·anichi an·ching skie ra·enggipa bi·sarangna 1-9 ona channa skina man·gen
Noksa 3: Plastik botolrangko ratonge tarigimin bosturang /Gol·chokrang
Jakkalgni bosturang: Jakkalgimin tin/botolrang/paikanao jakkalani dol·gimin lekka/ robol Ka·dilani NIam:
Tarigimin botolrangko( paikanao jakkalani dol·gimin lekka/plastic botolrang/tinrang) tebil kosako donbo
Uarangko ( ge·sani kosako ge·sa dake kosakoni so·onchokbana gita) pyramid gita tarie donbo
Skie ra·enggipa bi·sako robolko ra·e dongimin botolrangko chel·aoni gotatchina aganbo
Badita ge· botolrang ga·akaha bi·sako chanchina ge·etbo.
Bi·sako ga·akgimin botolrango mai nomborrangko tapa uarangko minge mesokchina aganbo
Dake Niani 5: Salgimin Noksarang
Miksongani: Bi·sarang salgimin noksarangko nie nomborrangko minge mesokna man·gen (Flash Cards)
Matburungrang, robolrang, aro uandakgipa noksa ba salgiminrang noksarangko (nombor sa-oni sku-ona) paksao sale, pakgipino nomborko see, an·ching bi·sarangko nomborrangko aro bimangrangko channe mesokchina skina man·gen.Paksao segimin nomborko uamangna mingtaichina ba ong·e mingchina mesokna man·gen.
Noksa 4: Salgimin Noksa (Mikkang aro Janggil)