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Emergence of Smart e-Learning and Education Zhu Zhiting

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Emergence of Smart e-Learning and Education Zhu Zhiting

  1. 1. Emergence of Smart e-Learning & e-Education Zhu Zhiting At EFQUEL Innovation Forum and International LINQ Conference 2014 Creta Panorama Hotel (Greece), 2014-05-08
  2. 2. Contents: 1. Emergence of Smart e-Education 2. Construction of Smart e-Learning Environment 3. Developing Smart e-Learning Applications in China 4. Challenges of Facilitating Smart e-Education
  3. 3. • IBM brought up the concept of Smarter Planet in 2008 (S. J. Palmisano, A Smarter Planet the Next Leadership Agenda) • IBM’s vision of Smarter Planet is to build a new global development model with advanced technology. • With the support of new technologies, anything in the world could be instrumented, interconnected and infused with intelligence • Smart education as an emerging domain Emergence of Smart e-Education Palmisano .S.(2008).A Smarter Planet:the Next Leadership Agenda[EB/OL]. http://www.ibm.com/ibm/ideasfromibm/us/smartplanet/20081106/sjp_speech.s html,2012-09-01.
  4. 4. Smart Education as imaged by IBM IBM, 2009, Education for a Smarter Planet: The Future of Learning
  5. 5. Smart education program in Australia https://www.ibm.com/smarterplanet/global/files/au__en_uk__cities__ibm_smarter_education_now.pdf
  6. 6. Smart education starts in South Korea
  7. 7. Ecology of smart learning: • self-paced e-learning • virtual classrooms & webinars(Web-Based Seminar • mobile learning • collaboration based learning • social learning • simulation based learning • game based learning 资料来源:MarketsandMarkets咨询公司:全球智慧教育与学习市场预测报告,2012-06-01 Possibly, …
  8. 8. Learning analytics as underlying methods for smart e-learning
  9. 9. SoLAR:Open Learning Analytics: an integrated & modularized platform, 2011-07-28 Dashboard as smart e-learning analytics tools
  10. 10. Comprehending Smart, Intelligence and Wisdom: A Chinese perspective Wisdom 智慧 Smart 灵巧/机智 Intelligence 智能/智力 Smarter Education Doing things rightDoing things rightly Doing right things
  11. 11. Enriching meaning of Smarter (1): Multiple Intelligences Gardner, Howard (2000). Intelligence Reframed: Multiple Intelligences for the 21st Century. Basic Books Inc. ISBN 978-0-465-02611-1.
  12. 12. Enriching meaning of Smarter (2) : Advanced to Wisdom • Wisdom: The ability to use your knowledge and experience to make good decisions and judgments (Cambridge Dictionary). • According to Confucius, wisdom can be learned by three methods: reflection (the noblest), imitation (the easiest) and experience (the bitterest) (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wisdom)
  13. 13. Enriching meaning of Smarter (3): Wisdom as advanced intellectual traits
  14. 14. The essence of smarter education is to create intelligent environments by using smart technologies, so that smart pedagogies can be facilitated as to provide personalized learning services and empower learners, and thus talents of wisdom who have better value orientation, higher thinking quality, and stronger conduct ability could be fostered. ( Zhu Zhiting, 2012) A preliminary definition of Smarter Education as proposed
  15. 15. If you don’t quite agree upon with the definition of smarter education, then let’s first find evidences of stupid education… • Solely emphasizing book-based knowledge while neglecting development of practical abilities • … • High costs but low performance in developing educational informatization in schools
  16. 16. • It advocates personalized learning, on-demand service, and open & democratic educational environment • It is facilitated by perception technology, mobile technology, wireless technology, cloud technology and big data technology Smart e-learning is becoming a new paradigm for developing educational informatization
  17. 17. A Framework for Smarter Education (Zhu Zhiting, 2012) Smarter Education 智慧教育 Smart Environment 智慧环境 Smart Pedagogy 智慧教学法 Smart Talents 智慧人才 Smart device、 Smart classroom, Smart campus, Smart Lab, Smart cloud Class-differentiated instruction、 Flipped classroom, Personalized learning, Collaborative Learning, Contextualized learning, Ubiquitous learning, … Goal-setting, Studying &Exploring, Collaborating &Creating , Criticizing &Reflecting, Solving complicated problems… Educational goals advanced Ideology Technological innovation Significant influences Methodological Innovation Expectation raised
  18. 18. Contents: 1. Emergence of Smart e-Education 2. Construction of Smart e-Learning Environment 3. Developing Smart e-Learning Applications in China 4. Challenges of Facilitating Smart e-Education
  19. 19. 2. Construction of Smart e-Learning Environment • Technological architecture of Smart Learning Environments • Smart Learning Space e- Learning m- Learning u- Learning s- Learning
  20. 20. Tri-tier architecture of Smart Computing Environment Cloud Computing Fog Computing Swarm Computing
  21. 21. And also, SDN technology matters
  22. 22. Smart Computing facilitating smart e-learning
  23. 23. Context awareness Resource pooling Situation Identification Learning data Intelligent decision Multimode Select Toolkit Learning activities Push Service Multiple evaluation Search Identify Resource Delivery Supporting devices Select Process Record Selectively activate Feedback Support Data mining and analysis Push Role Participate Adapt Smart e-learning system as proposed Association rules
  24. 24. Structures of Smart e-learning Environments • Smart Device • Smart Classroom • Smart Lab • Smart Campus • Smart Educational Cloud • Online Personal Learning Space (VPLS)
  25. 25. Components Resources Toolkits Services Relations Ext’ns 个 人 信 息 标识 偏好 兴趣 能力 学 习 记 录 活动 类 结果 类 分析 类 扩 展 Device accessing 装备 信息 位置 信息 …… Personal info. Activity recordings Learning analytics Context awareness Modeling PLS and developing standards in China
  26. 26. PLS as a personal cloud in the ecology of educational clouds PLS
  27. 27. Smart e-Education Solution as proposed by HUAWEI
  28. 28. Contents: 1. Emergence of Smart e-Education 2. Construction of Smart e-Learning Environment 3. Development of Smart e-Learning Applications in China 4. Challenges of Facilitating Smart e-Education
  29. 29. 105 BC 1041 AD 2010 AD eSchoolbag & eTextbook: An emerging technological revolution in education Page-making Movable type printing 1145 969 E-Textbook & e-Schoobag
  30. 30. Our research: Designing e-schoolbag as a smart learning platform Cloud-based resource Online education providers Formal Learning Connection Informal Learning Learning service platform Learning resource Analysis Digital classroom ubiquitous learning Personal ized learning Context model Source: Yu Xiao Hua, 2011 Online community
  31. 31. Tools (Individual learning) Services (local) Platform Terminal e-Publishing e-Learning E-Textbook e-Books 3rd party tools 3rd party service extensive Optional Kernel Kernel Optional Extensive Functional framework of e-Schoolbag systems (Zhu Zhiting, 2012)
  32. 32. 总 体 标 准 ( 指 导 类 ) 虚拟学具 标准 学习服务标准 学习终端标准 电子课本 标准 服 务 质 量 与 管 理 教育应用规范 A profile of e-Textbook & e-Schoolbag Standards Learning service standards e-Textbook standards Virtual toolkit standards e-Device standards Application standards Qualityofserviceandmanagement Architecturestandards
  33. 33. Proposal on e-Textbook Standards approved by ISO IEC/JTC1 SC36 in 2012 Draft TR on e-Textbook is available
  34. 34. Prototyping standard-based e-Textbooks
  35. 35. e-Textbook editor in developing
  36. 36. 课后作业 学生在电子书包上做 作业 支持语音作业、手写 作业、试卷作业,以 及作业的附件上传等 e-Schoolbag used as personal smart learning platform
  37. 37. 学生做作业 老师布置作业 家长查看孩子的作业 e-Schoolbag supports handwriting work
  38. 38. Application case of e-Schoolbag The Minhang District (闵行区) of Shanghai started pilot using e-Schoolbags in K12 • 80 classes in 40 schools (4000 students) 2012 • 160 classes in 80 schools(8000 students) 2013 • Planned to full coverage (150000 students) 2014
  39. 39. Collaborative mechanisms for the Minhang pilot project 电子书包 应用 教育行政部门 (政策规划主体) 公司企业 (技术服务主体) 实验学校 (实践主体) 教育科研机构 (专业引领主体) 创 设 环 境 创 设 环 境 专 业 支 持 技 术 服 务 反 馈 反 馈 反 馈 反 馈 Educational Adm. Research force in educational tech. Schools Companies e-Schoolbag applications.
  40. 40. Top-level design of the Minhang pilot project 电子课本 电子书包终端 学习策略 库 管理系统 学具集 资源库 标配软件 无线网络 电子课桌 教学呈现设备 Physical env. E-Desk Wireless Display Software env. Delivery interation Management Digital resource e-Textbook E-Resource E-Toolkit Application pattern Teaching model Facilitating strategy
  41. 41. An implementation plan of the Minhang pilot project
  42. 42. Instructional applications of e-Schoolbag
  43. 43. 案例来源: 上海市闵行区第二中学 Extending learning dimensions: Wikipedia created by students
  44. 44. 案例来源: 上海市蔷薇小学 What an amazing school蔷薇小学走进国际视野 Extending learning dimensions: Towards a smart campus
  45. 45. Smart device for psychological testing Smart e-Laboratory designed by ECNU Smart laboratory of Geography
  46. 46. Mobile learning from ECNU
  47. 47. Contents: 1. Emergence of Smart Education 2. Construction of Smart Learning Environment 3. Developing Smart Learning Applications in China 4. Challenges of Facilitating Smart Education
  48. 48. My expectations on smart e-education • Smart e-learning environment could decrease learners’ cognitive load, and thus enable learners focus on sense making and facilitate ontology construction. • Smart e-learning environment could deepen and extend learners’ learning experience, and thus help learners development in an all-round way (affectivelly, intellectually, physically). • Smart e-learning environment enable learners learning flexibly and working collaboratively, and thus it could foster the development of personality and collective intelligence. • Smart e-learning environment could provide better learning support tailored for learners, so that it could improve learners’ expectation
  49. 49. New challenge of digital education “Wasting time is new divide in digital era”
  50. 50. Self-regulated learning to be facilitated Self Regulated Learning Principles Source: © Mohan Kumar 2012
  51. 51. Reflection:value-orientation is crucial to smarter education • 96% interpersonal communication • 93% collaboration/teamwork • 92% creative problem solving • 88% critical thinking • 78% technical skills Source: Apollo Group, Inc. In-Demand Skills Survey, December 2004 Companies’ in-demand skills
  52. 52. More challenges • Challenges to pedagogical theory • Challenges to educational technology leadership • Challenges to teachers’ learning leadership: changing roles from a lecturer to a coach • Challenges to educational structures • Challenges to educational ideology • ……
  53. 53. To meet the challenges, National Project for Advancing Teachers’ Competencies in pedagogical use of ICT is initiated by MOE in China in 2013 • Developing competency standards (mainly undertaken by expert team from ECNU) • Developing a diversity of training courses (27 modules proposed) • Combining honest self-assessment with online workshop • Fulfilling 50 hours of training for each K12 school teachers (14 million teachers totally) • Bigdata based evaluation of training quality (Province-based conduction)
  54. 54. Enhancing Classroom Instruction Facilitating Learning Innovation Technology Literacy Planning & Preparation Organization& Management Assessment &Diagnosing Professional Studies The framework of National Standards for advancing teachers’ competencies in pedagogical use of ICT in China
  55. 55. Zhu Zhiting, professor of educational technology and lifetime professorship owner, dean of School of Open Learning and Education, director of e-Education Engineering System Research Center of East China Normal University (ECNU). He is also the director of China e-Learning Technology Standardization Committee, vice chairman of Steering Committee for e-Education in Beijing, member of Shanghai Municipal Expert Committee of Urban Informatization, vice director & expert-in-chief of UNESCO-APEID Association Center at ECNU, and member of editing boards of several international journals. Prof. Zhu Zhiting School of Open Learning and Education East China Normal University 3663 N. Zhongshan Rd., Shanghai, China 200062 Email:ZTZHU@dec.ecnu.edu.cn Thank you very much for your attention

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