1. Preface• TargetMultinational university students whonewly joined an environmental non-governmental organization(NGO)• Learning process Lecture, discussion, practical activity, and remote lesson.
1. Preface • conveys professional • finding appropriate knowledge solutions of specific environmental problems LECTURE DISCUSSION REMOTE PRCTICAL LESSONS ACTIVITIES • review • apply several feasible solutions to real world • students who cannot join can participate
1. Preface • Lecture Each environmental expert conveys professional knowledge to the learners using up-to-date technologies which facilitate learning in the lecture process. • Discussion Discussion process includes the activities of finding appropriate solutions of specific environmental problems. In discussion process, active interactions not only among members in each group but among groups are highly recommended and planned for sharing solutions. • Practical activities In the process of doing practical activities, learners can directly apply several feasible solutions to the virtual problematic situations. • Remote lessons In the process of remote lessons, students who actually be involved in the previous processes can review all of the things at home. In addition, students who cannot join in the processes because of spatial constraints also can participate in every processes at home.
2. Present situation • & Problems Global village faces a lot of serious environmental pollution. This drives collaborations beyond borders √ Many difficulties of educating people about environment and solving problems. √Problems in hard technology and soft technology
Hard technology Soft technology√ Spatial Constraint √ Instructor-centered class√ Unpredictability of the Solutions √ Lack of systematic√ Lack of Diversity of Educational curriculums Media√ Inefficient Discussion
3. Dick & Carey Model• (1) Identifying Instructional Goals There are difficulties of the environmental NGO education in aspects of hard technology and soft technology.
3. Dick & Carey Model• (2) Conducting Instructional Analysis Analyses of instructor characteristic 1) Instructor : Environmental experts. 2) Spatial background : They are far from the place where the learners are. 3) Competence : Abundant professional knowledge about environment Ability of organizing the content in the class according to the needs of learners.
3. Dick & Carey Model• (3) Analyzing Learners / Environments 1) Learner : Learners are a group of university students who newly joined an environmental organization. 2) Spatial background : Far from the place where the instructors are. Learners gather to participate in the face-to-face education program for new members. There are some learners who cannot gather because of the spatial limitations; however, they can participate in this program using technologies
3. Dick & Carey Model• (3) Analyzing Learners / Environments 3) Physical ability : Having enough basic physical abilities to perform practical activities and enough cognitive ability of getting to think practical solutions of environmental problems by applying the contents of learning. 4) Prior knowledge : Learners are the university students who have much interest in environmental problems. They have basic knowledge but do not have deep and professional knowledge about this fields.
3. Dick & Carey Model• (3) Analyzing Learners / Environments Analyses of learning environment√Spatial constraints between instructors and learners; learners and learners.√There are also technical constraints; therefore, appropriate technologies and equipment are needed.
3. Dick & Carey Model• (4) Identifying Performance Objectives√ Making NGO members receive professional and systematic education√ Promoting mutual exchange of opinions & information√ Solving problems of in efficient discussion processes.