Apec2010 vorasuang

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The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference

Venue: Pusan National University, Busan, Korea
Date: November 24, 2010

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Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change: Holistic Systemic Approach for the Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth of APEC Future Education


Acknowledgement:
This work is a part of previous study which has been published in:
Duangchinda. V., Kim. Y.H., and Mekhabunchakij. K., (2010) "Mobility and e-Learning Delivery Methods: Through the Perspectives of Thailand Cyber University Project (TCU)", Asia-Pacific Cybereducation Journal, vol. 6., no. 1 (2010), pp. 30-49.
Also available online at:
http://acecjournal.org/2009/Journal_Data/Vol6No1/6-1-3.pdf

Therefore, co-Authors are:
Prof. Dr. YoungHwan Kim, Pusan National University, Korea
Dr. Kittima Mekhabunchakij, Sripatum University, Thailand

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  1. 1. The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference Pusan National University, Busan, Korea, from November 24, 2010 Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Vorasuang Duangchinda (Michael) Assistant Director, Office of Online Education, Sripatum University (Thailand) & Coordinator, ALCoB Thailand vduangchinda@gmail.com
  2. 2. Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Holistic Systemic Approach for the Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth of APEC Future Education Contents 1 Introduction 2 Research Methodology 3 Findings & Discussion 4 ConclusionVorasuang Duangchinda (Michael) The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference: PNU, Busan, Korea, Nov 24, 2010 2 of 30
  3. 3. Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Holistic Systemic Approach for the Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth of APEC Future Education 1 Introduction Terminology Problems StatementVorasuang Duangchinda (Michael) The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference: PNU, Busan, Korea, Nov 24, 2010 3 of 30
  4. 4. Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Holistic Systemic Approach for the Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth of APEC Future Education 1 Terminology TCU (1/2) • Thailand Cyber University Project • Founded in 2005 by Office of The Higher Education Commission, Ministry of Education, Thailand to be the central body of cooperative activities among universities to promote and support online distance education (e-Learning) in Thailand.Vorasuang Duangchinda (Michael) The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference: PNU, Busan, Korea, Nov 24, 2010 4 of 30
  5. 5. Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Holistic Systemic Approach for the Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth of APEC Future Education 1 Terminology TCU (2/2) • Recently, TCU has been awarded Honorable Mentions for the 2009 UNESCO King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa Prize for the Use of ICTs in Education as over 13,000 education professionals from 76 institutes have been trained.UNESCO, (2010), “2009 UNESCO King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa Prize for the Use of ICTs in Education awarded”Available online at: http://www.unesco.org/en/education/dynamic-content-single-view/news/rector_of_moscow_institute_of_open_education_and_the_jordan_education_initiative_receive_2009_unesco/back/9195/cHash/86115cd643/Vorasuang Duangchinda (Michael) The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference: PNU, Busan, Korea, Nov 24, 2010 5 of 30
  6. 6. Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Holistic Systemic Approach for the Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth of APEC Future Education 1 Terminology e-Pro (1/2) • e-Learning Professional Certificate Program • Is one of TCU flagship training courses offered by TCU since 2006. It is divided into three tracks: for e-Learning teachers, courseware designers, and project managers. There are twelve subjects on offer. Each subject is delivered in a fully online environment. Each subject is worth three credit points, spans eight weeks. Total number of students enrolled is now close to 1,000 persons. To get a certificate, students will need to pass comprehensive examination at the end (face to face)Vorasuang Duangchinda (Michael) The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference: PNU, Busan, Korea, Nov 24, 2010 6 of 30
  7. 7. Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Holistic Systemic Approach for the Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth of APEC Future Education 1 Terminology e-Pro (2/2) e-Learning Subjects Courseware Teacher Project Manager Designer 1. Principles of e-Learning Core Core Core 1. e-Learning Methods and Skills Core Core Elective 1. Monitoring e-Classroom Core Elective Elective 1. Design e-Learning Courseware Elective Core Elective 1. Designing Effective Website for e-Learning Elective Core Elective 1. Evaluation of e-Learning Courseware Elective Core Elective 1. Evaluation Methods and Techniques in e-Learning Core Elective Elective 1. e-Learning Delivery System Core Core Core 1. e-Learning Project Management Elective Elective Core 1. Organizational e-Learning Policy and Strategy Elective Elective Core 1. Innovative Technology in e-Learning Core Core Core 1. Quality Assurance in e-Learning Core Core CoreVorasuang Duangchinda (Michael) The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference: PNU, Busan, Korea, Nov 24, 2010 7 of 30
  8. 8. Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Holistic Systemic Approach for the Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth of APEC Future Education 1 Terminology Mobility (1/2) • Using portable computing devices (such as laptops, tablet PCs, PDAs, and smart phones) with wireless networks enables mobility and mobile learning, allowing teaching and learning to extend to spaces beyond the traditional classroom. http://www.educause.edu/ELI/LearningTechnologies/MLearningandMobility/12397Vorasuang Duangchinda (Michael) The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference: PNU, Busan, Korea, Nov 24, 2010 8 of 30
  9. 9. Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Holistic Systemic Approach for the Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth of APEC Future Education 1 Terminology Mobility (2/2) • Within the classroom, mobile learning gives instructors and learners increased flexibility and new opportunities for interaction. Mobile technologies support learning experiences that are collaborative, accessible, and integrated with the world beyond the classroom. http://www.educause.edu/ELI/LearningTechnologies/MLearningandMobility/12397Vorasuang Duangchinda (Michael) The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference: PNU, Busan, Korea, Nov 24, 2010 9 of 30
  10. 10. Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Holistic Systemic Approach for the Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth of APEC Future Education 1 Terminology EMM • e-Learning Maturity Model • A quality improvement framework based on the ideas of the Capability Maturity Model (CMM) and Software Process Improvement and Capability dEtermination (SPICE) methodologies.Marshall, S., Mitchell, G., and Beames, S. (2007), “Benchmarking for quality improvement: The e-Learning maturity model”, Poster in Proceedings at ASCILITE Singapore 2007.Marshall, S., and Mitchell, G., (2006), “Assessing sector e-learning capability with an e-learning maturity model”, Proceedings of the Association for Learning TechnologiesConference, 2006, Edinburgh, UK.Marshall, S., (2005), “Determination of New Zealand tertiary institution e-learning capability: an application of an e-learning maturity model: report on the e-learningmaturity model evaluation of the New Zealand tertiary sector”, report to the New Zealand Ministry of Education,Available online at: http://www.utdc.vuw.ac.nz/research/emm/documents/SectorReport.pdfMarshall, S., and Mitchell, G. (2004), “Applying SPICE to e-Learning: An e-Learning Maturity Model?”, In Proceedings of the Sixth Australasian Computing EducationConference (ACE2004), Dunedin. Conferences in Research and Practice in Information Technology, vol. 30. R. Lister and A. Young, Eds. pp: 185-191.Vorasuang Duangchinda (Michael) The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference: PNU, Busan, Korea, Nov 24, 2010 10 of 30
  11. 11. Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Holistic Systemic Approach for the Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth of APEC Future Education 1 Terminology IDM • One of four Program Delivery Methods in Extension Education. IDM gives opportunities for learners to discuss, clarify, or to gain better understanding of the study content, and therefore effective learning can take place.Duangchinda. V., Kim. Y. H., and Mekhabunchakij, K., (2010) "Mobility and e-Learning Delivery Methods: Through the Perspectives of Thailand Cyber University Project(TCU)", Asia-Pacific Cybereducation Journal, vol. 6., no. 1 (2010), pp. 30-49.Also Available online at: http://acecjournal.org/2009/Journal_Data/Vol6No1/6-1-3.pdfRichardson, J. G., Jenkins, D. M., and Crickenberger R. G., (1994), “Program Delivery Methods in Extension Education”, North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service,Available online at: http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/resources/education/sd6/Vorasuang Duangchinda (Michael) The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference: PNU, Busan, Korea, Nov 24, 2010 11 of 30
  12. 12. Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Holistic Systemic Approach for the Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth of APEC Future Education Program Delivery Methods in Extension Education - Integrative Methods Delivery Modes1. Conference 7. Symposium 13. Brainstorming 19. Computer networkMeetings of small or large group Assembly that small number of A turn-based discussion. Linkage of 3 or more computersof people within same interest experts making short connected for members to sharefor formal presentations to the presentation to audiences. ideas or exchange information.entire group.2. Convention 8. Colloquy 14. Audience reaction team 20. Satellite conferencingAssembly of a large number of Gathering of experts to discuss in A group of 3 selected members to respond Teleconferencing via cable orpeople with similar interests, front of audiences who may ask to specific information. satellite.which may be more than one questions until the issue isgroup at a time. resolved.3. Seminar 9. Dialogue 15. Listening team 21. Personal visitMeetings of group with specific Discussion of 2 persons in front A pre-presentation process where a few Face to face exchange ofsubject led by a recognized of audiences. audiences are invited to preview the information at least 2 personsbody. presentation and suggest how the usually at the location of persons presentation should be. receiving the information.4. Panel 10. Institute 16. Interview 22. Office visitDiscussions within small group Series of in-depth presentation Face to face meeting for exchanging facts. Face to face exchange ofof knowledgeable members of for those who share common information at least 2 personsexchange of ideas without interest. usually at the location of personsformal presentation. providing the information.5. Forum 11. Buzz group 17. TeleconferenceGroup discussion that allows Discussion between 5-8 persons 3 or more persons at different locationsmembers to participate during a for topic raised by larger group engaged in audio or video discussionperiod of time. assembly. through electronic means.6. Meeting 12. Discussion group 18. Telephone conversationGroup of people meet together Informal gathering for discussing Voice Communication between two (modified fromfor common purpose. a topic of mutual concern. people who are at different places through Richardson, Jenkins,Vorasuang Duangchinda (Michael) The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference: PNU, Busan, Korea, Nov& Crickenberger,of 30 24, 2010 12 1994) electronic means.
  13. 13. Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Holistic Systemic Approach for the Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth of APEC Future Education 2 Problems Statement • Today’s students are no longer the people our educational system was designed to teach (Prensky, 2001) • Future cannot be seen only with knowledge from the research and theory. In order to see it, we need to practice knowledge continuously with patience and passion (Kim, 2007) • Rapid changing societies require continuously and effective renewal of knowledge (Nishinosono, 2003) • Education in Thailand needs a big chance to cope with learning of the new era (Sombuntham, 2008a; Sombuntham , 2008; and Yoshida, Lavansiri, Sombuntham, 2005)Vorasuang Duangchinda (Michael) The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference: PNU, Busan, Korea, Nov 24, 2010 13 of 30
  14. 14. Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Holistic Systemic Approach for the Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth of APEC Future Education Online Education Higher Education Policy, ICT & Systemic Pedagogical Change ApproachesVorasuang Duangchinda (Michael) The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference: PNU, Busan, Korea, Nov 24, 2010 14 of 30
  15. 15. Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Holistic Systemic Approach for the Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth of APEC Future Education 2 Problems Statement Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Higher Change Education Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Pedagogical ApproachesVorasuang Duangchinda (Michael) The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference: PNU, Busan, Korea, Nov 24, 2010 15 of 30
  16. 16. Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Holistic Systemic Approach for the Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth of APEC Future Education 2 Problems Statement Research Question • What modes of Integrative Delivery Methodology are suitable for Mobility in Thai Education? Expected Contribution • It is expected that Educational institutions in Thailand can refer to the assessed modes of Integrative Delivery Methodology with Mobility for successful implementation of their e-Learning.Vorasuang Duangchinda (Michael) The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference: PNU, Busan, Korea, Nov 24, 2010 16 of 30
  17. 17. Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Holistic Systemic Approach for the Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth of APEC Future Education 2 Research MethodologyVorasuang Duangchinda (Michael) The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference: PNU, Busan, Korea, Nov 24, 2010 17 of 30
  18. 18. Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Holistic Systemic Approach for the Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth of APEC Future Education Research Methodology • Utilizes qualitative survey research methodology using online survey form. • Research population includes all fourteen teachers of the e-Pro, who are lecturers from various universities around Thailand. And have had hand-on experiences in teaching the program since 2006Vorasuang Duangchinda (Michael) The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference: PNU, Busan, Korea, Nov 24, 2010 18 of 30
  19. 19. Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Holistic Systemic Approach for the Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth of APEC Future Education 3 Findings & DiscussionVorasuang Duangchinda (Michael) The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference: PNU, Busan, Korea, Nov 24, 2010 19 of 30
  20. 20. Findings & Discussion Which Integrative e-Learning Delivery Method have been used by TCU e-Pro teachers? Number of Teachers Integrative Delivery Modes have used? have NOT used? Person - % Person - %1. Conference 8 57% 6 43%2. Convention 5 36% 9 64%3. Seminar 9 64% 5 36%4. Panel 3 21% 11 79%5. Forum 6 43% 8 57%6. Meeting 6 43% 8 57%7. Symposium 1 7% 13 93%8. Colloquy 2 14% 12 86%9. Dialogue 5 36% 9 64%10. Institute 3 21% 11 79%11. Buzz group 6 43% 8 57%12. Discussion group 14 100% 0 0%13. Brainstorming 12 86% 2 14%14. Audience reaction team 3 21% 11 79%15. Listening team 2 14% 12 86%16. Interview 4 29% 10 71%17. Teleconference 5 36% 9 64%18. Telephone conversation 9 64% 5 36%19. Computer network 5 36% 9 64%20. Satellite conferencing 1 7% 13 93%21. Personal visit 0 0% 14 100%
  21. 21. Findings & Discussion What are the e-Pro teachers opinions if mobility can improve the Integrative Method? Will/Does Mobility Integrative Delivery Modes for each mode Total of 70 Avg of 5/Rank1. Conference 62 4.43 42. Convention 54 3.86 T9*3. Seminar 58 4.14 T7*4. Panel 50 3.57 T14*5. Forum 64 4.57 T2*6. Meeting 50 3.57 T14*7. Symposium 54 3.86 T9*8. Colloquy 49 3.50 179. Dialogue 54 3.86 T9*10. Institute 46 3.29 19*11. Buzz group 60 4.29 512. Discussion group 67 4.79 113. Brainstorming 64 4.57 T2*14. Audience reaction team 52 3.71 T12*15. Listening team 45 3.21 2016. Interview 47 3.36 1817. Teleconference 59 4.21 618. Telephone conversation 58 4.14 T7*19. Computer network 52 3.71 T12*20. Satellite conferencing 50 3.57 T14*21. Personal visit 36 2.57 2122. Office visit 35 2.50 22 Average 53 3.79 ~13
  22. 22. Findings & Discussion Top and Bottom Fives: Improvement of Mobility in e-Pro classes in each Integrative Delivery Mode Will/Does Mobility Integrative Delivery Modes for each mode Total of 70 Avg of 5/Rank12. Discussion group 67 4.79 15. Forum 64 4.57 T2*13. Brainstorming 64 4.57 T2*1. Conference 62 4.43 411. Buzz group 60 4.29 516. Interview 47 3.36 1810. Institute 46 3.29 191. Listening team 45 3.21 2021. Personal visit 36 2.57 21
  23. 23. Findings & Discussion Selective combination of teachers’ perceptions Will/Does Mobility Have teacher Integrative Delivery Modes for each mode used? Avg of 5/Rank12. Discussion group 4.79 1 100%5. Forum 4.57 T2* 43%13. Brainstorming 4.57 T2* 86%1. Listening team 3.21 20 14%21. Personal visit 2.57 21 0%1. Office visit 2.50 22 21%
  24. 24. Findings & DiscussionPerceptions of the experts on How will Mobility improves the Delivery ModesIntegrative Delivery Modes (IDM) that the experts believe will be improved by Mobility Top 11 Bottom 111. Discussion group T12. Audience reaction teamT2. Forum T12. Computer networkT2. Brainstorming T14. Panel4. Conference T14. Meeting5. Buzz group T14. Satellite conferencing6. Teleconference T17. ColloquyT7. Seminar 18. InterviewT7. Telephone conversation 19. InstituteT9. Convention 20. Listening teamT9. Symposium 21. Personal visitT9. Dialogue
  25. 25. Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Holistic Systemic Approach for the Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth of APEC Future Education 4 ConclusionVorasuang Duangchinda (Michael) The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference: PNU, Busan, Korea, Nov 24, 2010 25 of 30
  26. 26. Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Holistic Systemic Approach for the Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth of APEC Future Education Conclusion (1/4) • This study serves as a preliminary finding of Integrative e-Learning Delivery Methods, based only on the teachers in e-Pro certificate program of Thailand Cyber University Project (TCU).Vorasuang Duangchinda (Michael) The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference: PNU, Busan, Korea, Nov 24, 2010 26 of 30
  27. 27. Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Holistic Systemic Approach for the Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth of APEC Future Education Conclusion (2/4) • Although the Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) and TCU are credible, but it would be interesting to see comparison of this study with at least two more Thai Universities who offer online courses at similar level.Vorasuang Duangchinda (Michael) The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference: PNU, Busan, Korea, Nov 24, 2010 27 of 30
  28. 28. Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Holistic Systemic Approach for the Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth of APEC Future Education Conclusion (3/4) • The results can then be analyzed and generalized more convincingly. In addition, further research could be applied at international levels, whereby universities of different economies in APEC region or outside may be compared as well.Vorasuang Duangchinda (Michael) The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference: PNU, Busan, Korea, Nov 24, 2010 28 of 30
  29. 29. Higher Education: Policy, ICT & Systemic Change Holistic Systemic Approach for the Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth of APEC Future Education Conclusion (4/4) Full Reading: Duangchinda. V., Kim. Y.H., and Mekhabunchakij. K., (2010) "Mobility and e-Learning Delivery Methods: Through the Perspectives of Thailand Cyber University Project (TCU)", Asia-Pacific Cybereducation Journal, vol. 6., no. 1 (2010), pp. 30-49. Also available online at: http://acecjournal.org/2009/Journal_Data/Vol6No1/6-1-3.pdf Or Shortened URL at http://goo.gl/AzpZkVorasuang Duangchinda (Michael) The 6th APEC Future Education Forum & the 8th International ALCoB Conference: PNU, Busan, Korea, Nov 24, 2010 29 of 30
  30. 30. Vorasuang Duangchinda (Michael)Assistant Director, Office of Online Education, Sripatum University (Thailand) & Coordinator, ALCoB Thailand vduangchinda@gmail.com

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