Spectrum of LCM Implementation

Explore diverse examples from outside the SWAYAM arena that showcase the integration of LCM components in various subjects. From STEM to humanities, these resources offer a view of how educators are integrating LCM elements into their courses. These examples provide valuable insights into the adaptability and effectiveness of the LCM model across disciplines.

These LbDs are created by Dr. Kiran Lata Dangwal, Dr. Kavita Batra, and Dr. Narinder Swami, as part of the online course titled ‘Alternative Assessments’ – for teacher trainees, offered during the OE4BW Mentoring Program (2022- 2023) displays usage of various tools to create LbDs and encourage Joyful Learning as recommended by NEP 2020. These LbDs create a participative environment throughout the course. 

This LeD titled ‘The Responsibilities of a Press Core member’ created by Abhishek Kadiyala is part of the online course ‘Model Diplomacy in a Chaotic World’ offered as part of the OE4BW Mentoring Program (2022-2023). A special mention of this course, developed under Youth Hub, highlights how people with diverse backgrounds can integrate LCM components.

This LeD titled ‘Unique Structure of Human Teeth’, created by Dr. Ilavenil Karunakaran, is part of an online course ‘Gateway to Health: Essential Oral Hygiene and Habits for a Healthy Smile’ offered to the general public as part of the OE4BW Mentoring Program (2022- 2023). This resource showcases how a concept is represented optimally in a bite-size chunk. 

This LeD titled Electrophilic Addition Reaction, created by M.R.Sudarshan, presents the versatility of the application of LCM principles by showcasing its integration in a face-to-face traditional classroom for teaching Organic Chemistry. This example highlights the universal applicability of LCM principles beyond MOOCs.

This LeD on designing Doodles, created by Kaumudi Sahasrabudhe, exemplifies Art Integrated Education and is part of a course on usage of Arts for Social Emotional Learning. The special mention of this LeD is because it is created in Hindi in line with NEP2020 vision, thus reiterating that language is not a barrier to incorporating LCM components in a course.  

This LeD on ‘Addressing people in French’ was created in English/French by Dr. Natasha Gomes and Dr. Shashank S.Maktedar, as an example for a course on Contrastive Grammar. The resource is a product of collaboration between faculty from different disciplines. It exemplifies comparison between local languages spoken by the learners with a foreign language.

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