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The 6th Annual Thailand POD National Conference, 28-29 July 2011,
Bangkok, Thailand
Workshop Session 1:
ICT for Quality Education
29th July 2011
Dae Joon Hwang, Ph.D.
Prof., Sungkyunkwan University
[email protected]
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Contents
 What ICT Makes Possible
 ICT in Education and Training in Korea
 Practices
 Remarks
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What ICT Makes Possible
Networking
Openness
Collaboration
Accessibility
Extended
space:
cyber
space,
ubiquitous
space
Sharing
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ICT for Education Innovation
Globalization
(competitiveness)
Address Desynchronization
Challenge to Paradigm Shift
in Education
Education
Innovation
for Global
Competitive
ness
Leverage technology
quality education
ICT, a
Catalyst for
Education Innovation
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Goals of ICT in Education
Education
Welfare
Global education
competence
Quality
Education
Equal Opportunities
for Education
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Overview of ICT in Education and Training
Systems in Korea
• Formal education system
• Primary and secondary education:
• Bridge gab divides in education between rural and urban areas
• Harness benefits from education and learning: CHLS
• Educate “Generation Y” for the 21st century: u-School, Smart education
• e-Administration and e-Financing: NEIS, EDUFINE
• Establish nation wide education information sharing environment: digital
library, Edunet
• Higher education:
• Global competence and open access: KOCW, Global Virtual Lab.
• Pedagogy innovation: Regional e-Learning Support Center, mobile campus
• More opportunity for HE and accessibility: cyber university
• Establish education and research information system: RISS
• Training: Human Resource Development
• Teacher training: National e-Teacher training system
• Government official training: Central Government Official Training Center
• Company employee training: Job training institutes
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e-Learning in Education and HRD
in Korea
• Adoption of e-Learning in education institutions in 2009: 76.8%
• Primary (83.5%), Secondary(76.6%), High(67.8%), Junior High(45.1%)
• HE: Junior college(57.6%), 4Yr University(77.5%), Cyber University(100%)
• Strategy of HRD
• Government official training: 517,000 in 2009
• Job training: 2.05Million employees in 2009
• Teacher training: 226,313 teachers in 2009
• e-Learning became a major knowledge business : Demand and supply market in
revenue USD 2.07B, USD 2.09B respectively in 2009
• Legal foundations : Primary and secondary education law, HE law, LLE law,
Presidential decrees, IPR protection law, Privacy protection law, e-Learning
industry promotion law, e-Training in labor education Law
• e-Learning quality management
• Establishment guidelines : Cyber university, e-Learning institutes
• QA guidelines : CHLS, Teacher Training Institutes, Cyber university, eLearning institutes, e-Learning products
• Certification guidelines of content and SW for education and training
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ICT Initiatives in Primary & Secondary
Education in Korea
Master
plans
Goal
MP 1: ICT literacy
Establish ICT
infrastructure
1996-2000
ICT
Development
Training
Policies
Training
Direction
• Infrastructure
building
• ICT literacy
education
• Internet portal
service
• Opening of EDUNET
ICT training for over
25% of all teachers
annually
Focus on ICT literacy
MP 2: Promotion
and stabilization of
ICT use in Education
Promotion of use
of ICT in education
2001-2005
• Development and
distribution of content
• National system for
sharing educational
contents
• Digital Library System
• Improving teaching
methods
• EDUNET Teaching/
Learning center
• Cyber Home Learning
System
• EBS lectures for college
academic ability test
ICT training for over
33% of all teachers
annually
PM 3: Advances ICT
use in education
Advances in Education
and Research
Information service
2006-2010
• Customized learning
• Develop digital textbooks
• U-Learning pilot projects
• National Teacher Training
Information Service
• Restructuring EDUNET
based on Web 2.0
• Develop Edu-fine
• Establish KOCW
• Education Cyber Security
Center
• Global consulting on
e-Learning
• Penetrate into foreign
Knowledge business market
MP 4: Creative education
Using digital technology
Creative ICT based
Education/Learning
2011-2015
• Create digital ecosystem
for learning and research
• Intensify ICT use
• Focused on side effects
of ICT
• Data and evidence
based on policy making
• Encourage stake
holder’s participation
and communication
• Promote internal
ICT use in education
Teacher training for use of ICT in education:
30 hrs(15 hrs, optional) for every 3 years
Creative HRD using ICT
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Education Information Service Platform
EDUNET
Teacher, Student, Parent
(web 2.0-based, individualized, user homepage )
User Layer
Integrated certification system/copyright
management system
NEIS
Center for
Teaching &
Learning
Cyber Home
Learning
Digital
Library
Digital
Textbook
Service Layer
Nationwide center for integrated educational
information service
Central Teaching
and Learning
Center
Central Cyber Home
Learning Center
Central DLS
Center
Education
Cyber
Security
Center
Educational information data (applied KEM/DRM), various unit service modules
(assessment tools, online discussion tools, etc)
※ Ensure interoperability through compliance with the W3C web standard and
adoption of IMS Common Cartridge
Resource
Layer
(ERSS, national
educational information
sharing system)
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National e-Administration System
National Education Information System (NEIS)
MPOEs
MOE&HRD
Statistics Admin
DB
DB
Index
DB
Civil
Education
Service
Admin
Support DB
DB
Citizens
MOE&HRD
MPOEs
Local Offices of
Education, etc.
Schools
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Cyber Home Learning System
 National e-Learning system to supplement primary and secondary education
Provide students with personalized learning after school
Provide equal opportunity for participation
1:1 Learning
Management
Community
DLS
Cyber Teacher
KEM
LMS
LCMS
Customized learning
 Student-centered
Tailored Services
 Home connected
 Internet-based
 Curriculum-based
Customized
learning
Q&A
Self-directed learning
after school hours
Level
Career
Diagnoses counseling
ERSS
Cyber learning
incorporated with class
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Digital Library of Higher Education
Institutions
• Provide emerging searching technologies: web 2.0, web 3.0, semantic search engine
• Common place for sharing and exchanging knowledge and culture
Web
applications
Space Service Planning/
Consulting
• Create future IT models
• Integrate construction
design
• UX Service, design concept
design
Space/Furniture
Design
• IT infrastructure & space
arrangement plan
• Space efficiency and
increases value
• Digital furniture production
UX Service
Integrated
Management System
• UX Service planning
• UX Service design /
development
• Device, System, Contents
centralized management
system
• Use/Management optimum
system design
Organic integration of
IT, space and design
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Education Cyber Security Center
External
Organizations
Unit
Organization
Support System for Responses
to Incidents of Infringement
MEST
Sub-Organization
Direct Security
Control
Integrated Security
Management System
Security Data
Management System
Top N, Event
Data
Collection of
Cyber
Infringement
Data
CERT of Education Office
S&T SEC
Comprehensive
Analysis System
신규위협
Threat Management
보호대책
System
Information Sharing
and Joint Responses
•Detect and
Responding to
infringements and
•Issue predictions
and warnings
•Analyze threats
and establishing
the protective
measures
Security Information
Management System
Cyber Safety
Support System
Collect CERT data
and logs of suborganizations
Incident Response
and Issuance of
Warnings
National Cyber
Security Center
International CERT
Sharing infringement
cases and response
measures
KISA (KR CERT)
•ECSC website
•Accident
report and
responses
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Overview of Teacher Training
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Teacher training programs designed for ICT literacy, ICT use, and ICT leadership
Operation of teacher training institutes(175)
– Government run TTIs(4), University attached TTIs(84), MPOE run TTIs(16), eTeacher Training Institutes(71)
Number of teacher trained in 2009: 226,313 teachers
– e-Teacher training Institutes(37%), MPOE run TTIs(29%), Government run TTIs(27%),
University affiliated TTIs(7%)
Scope of teacher training: in-, and pre-service, capacity
Types of teacher training
– e-Learning: 55.1%,
– Blended : 29.1%
– Offline : 14.6%
Overall satisfaction on e-Teacher training is high: 82.61%
Teaching community:
– Operated by voluntary communities: Namosam(the web community for primary school
teachers’)
– Purposes: social networking, sharing and exchanging digital subject materials and
experience in pedagogy and particular topics
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Goal of Teacher Training for ICT use in
Education
Innovation in Teaching and Learning by Enhancing Teachers’
ICT Capabilities
ICT
Policies
Policies to enhance
ICT use in education
ICT teacher-training
Development
programs
National Teacher
Training Information
System,
EDUNET-Teaching
and Learning Center
Support for selfdirected effort to
improve ICT
abilities
Supportive environments
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Digital Library System: dis.edunet.net
Regional Offices of Education
Library administrative
assistant service
Digital Library
System
inter-organizational
information exchange
Reading assistant
service
Index service
Internet-based One-Stop Library Service
Library
Index
development &
operation
Support class
materials, Reading
assistance
Search,
problem
solving
Librarian
Student
Teacher
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Teacher Training Programs Based on
Career Stages
Training Level
ICT Literacy
Course
Advanced ICT
Use Course
Basic ICT Use
Course
ICT Leadership
Course
• Creative lesson
• Basic ICT Skills
(eg) Information
search, use of ICT
tools, etc.
• ICT-based,
problem-based
education
planning
• Developing thinking
skills
• Teacher Training for
21st Century Learners
• Building 21st century
• schools
• Lead Innovation
Peer coaching course on ICT use
Target Groups
School Teachers
School CEOs
Teachers’ Career Stages
(from induction to retirement)
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National Teacher Training Information Service
Training
Information
Comprehensive Training
Information System
Training Application
Training offered by:
• MPOEs
• Private companies
• Universities
Linked analysis of training
info & diagnosis results
Taking Training Courses
Attendance
Self-diagnosis and
Prescriptions
By position and rank
• Professional competence
• Common competence
Training Outcome
Analysis
Field Test
Outcome Evaluation
Course Feedback
Distance
Expert Consulting
Training Path &
Quality Assurance
Individual
training
path
Quality assurance
Training Training
course institutes
National Training
Statistics Management
Consulting on:
• Professional competence
• Common competence
• Class lessons
• Student guidance
National Education Information System (NEIS)
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Development of ICT Indicators in
Education

Index for assessing the utilization of ICT in education
Index
Main contents
Target
ICT literacy
assessment
tools for
students
Focus : Assessing the ability to resolve the given
problematic situation effectively
Utilization : Apply to the revision of the
information education system
Domain :
- Content domain: Computers networks and ,
Expression and logic of Information, Algorism
and modeling, Information society and ethics
- Ability : define, Access, Evaluate, Create,
Manage, Communicate
Primary school
students(1-2,
3-4, 5-6grade),
Secondary
school
students
(middle school
and high
school
students)
ICT Skill
Standard
for Teacher
(ISST)
Focus : Assessment of ICT skill depend on role of
teachers
Utilization : Use in the teacher training courses
Domain : Information gathering, Information
processing, Information exchange, Information
ethics
Teachers,
Executive
teachers, CEOs
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E-learning Quality Assurance Systems: EQAS
 Education institutions
– Primary and secondary education institutions: cyber home learning
system
– Higher education institutions: university, cyber university, junior
college
– Life-long education institutions
 Training institutes
– Teacher training institutes: MEST, KERIS
– Corporation employee training institutes: Ministry of Employment and
Labor, Ministry of Knowledge Economy, Labor education institutes,
KRIVET
– Government official training institutes: Ministry of administration and
Security, Government officer training institutes
 E-learning product: instruction design, content, infrastructure
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Cyber University in Korea
• Types of Cyber University
• Undergraduate program (31,125/110,485)
• Cyber University (18/20, 90%, 29,225/105,489)
•BA (16/20, 80%) : 27,525 /102,985
•Diploma (2/20, 10% ): 1,700/2,500
• Life Long Education Facilities classified as Cyber University (2/20, 10%, 1,900/5,000)
•BA (1): 600/2,400
•Diploma (1): 1,300/5,000
• Graduate Programs of Cyber University (8, 598)
• Hanyang Cyber Univ. (3, 290): MBA cluster (5,185), Human service (2, 65),
Real estates cluster (1, 40) graduate schools
• Kyunghee Cyber Univ. (2/140): Hotel and tourism (2, 60), Creative industry (2,
80) graduate schools
• Wonkang Digital Univ. (1/48): Wellbeing culture (1, 48) graduate school
• Seoul Cyber Univ. (2/120): Human service (1, 60), Counseling psychology (1,
60) graduate schools
*Source: MEST, Summary of Cyber universities in 2011, Reformulated by Dae Joon Hwang , July 2011.
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Holistic Approaches and Coordination of Key
Components of ICT in Education
Policy , Laws and
Education System
Korean’s High Drive for
Education
Financing & Budget
Allocation
ICT Infrastructure
Curriculum Redesign &
Evaluation
Cooperation among
Private, Pubic, and
Government Sectors
Government Initiatives
Teachers Training
Success of ICT in
Education in Korea
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Remarks
 Collaboration and coordination among private-public-company
 Government leadership, initiatives, and investment
 Develop performance management system
 Provide training opportunity to stake holders
 Encourage education institutions to leverage ICT for education innovation
 Motivate parents to participate to experience what ICT would bring to education
 Common framework approach to ICT initiatives in education
 Create ubiquitous space for integrating spaces for learning, education, and living
 Pay more attention to information ethics and protection of privacy
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The 6th Annual Thailand POD National Conference, 28-29 July 2011,
Bangkok, Thailand
Thank You
감사 합니다
Dae Joon Hwang, Ph.D.,
Prof., Sungkyunkwan University
[email protected]
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