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International Exhibition and Forum for Public Education

13th~17th February , 2012, Riyadh

ICT Adapted Korea Education: Today and Tomorrow


15th February , 2012

Jeannie Pang, Ph.D. jean@keris.or.kr

Table of Contents
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History, Communications and Education 2 2 Korea Overview

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4 4

ICT Adapted Korea Education

Lessons Learned and Challenges

1. History, Communications and Education

By 20th Century, Education is to


Education is Teaching and learning how to read and write a history Searching for the most efficient way of reading and writing The transmission of what is worthwhile to those who become committed to it
Richard S. Peters, 1980

Intentional change of human behavior


Bum Mo Jung, 1971

Cultivate the growth potential of human beings


Jong Soe Kim, Young Duk Kim, Won Shik Jeong, 1993

1. History, Communications and Education

In 21st Century, Education is to


Information managing ability Cognition Knowledge construction ability Knowledge utilization ability

Problem solving ability


Self-identify Affection Self-value Self-directedness Self-accountability Social membership Social-Cultural Social receptivity

Socialization ability
Social fulfillment

Source: New Millennium Learners and Educational Performance. OECD-KERIS Joint Project (KERIS,2008).

1. History, Communications and Education

100 90 80

Global ICT developments, 2001-2011*


Mobile-cellular telephone subscriptions
Internet users Fixed telephone lines

Per 100 inhabitants

70
Active mobile-broadband subscriptions

60 50 40

Fixed (wired)-broadband subscriptions

30
20 10 0

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011*

* Estimate. Source: ITU World Telecommunication /ICT Indicators database

1. History, Communications and Education

Internet users per 100 inhabitants, 2001-2011*


100 90 80 70 Developed World Developing

Per 100 inhabitants

60 50 40 30 20 10 0

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011*

* Estimate. The developed/developing country classifications are based on the UN M49, see: http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/definitions/regions/index.html Source: ITU World Telecommunication /ICT Indicators database

1. History, Communications and Education

Internet users per 100 inhabitants 2011*


80 70 60 50 40

74.4

56.3 47.6

34.7 29.1 27.2

30
20

12.8
10
0 Europe The Americas CIS** World Arab States Asia & Pacific Africa

*Estimate ** Commonwealth of Independent States Regions are based on the ITU BDT Regions, see: http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/definitions/regions/index.html Source: ITU World Telecommunication /ICT Indicators database

1. History, Communications and Education

Paradigm Shift

Sharing
Individual Community

Openness
Knowledge Possession Sharing

Knowledge Consumer Producer

Teacher Knowledge Deliverer Facilitator

Participation

Collaboration

1. History, Communications and Education

Tomorrow Schools
Korea: SMART Education with digital textbooks, online lesson/assessment and cloud computing-based education service by 2015.
*Self-directed, Motivated, Adaptive, Resource enriched Technology embedded

UK: 3,500 secondary school reconstruction embedded smart technologies 2005~2020 Finland: Students select courses cross over school grade. Build cutting-edge schools with smart devices Singapore: FutureSchools@Singapore. Prepare students with essential skills to be effective workers and citizens in the globalized, digital workplace of the future

2. Korea Overview

Korea is..
48.6 million people in 99,000 KM 6-3-3 schools: 11,472
7 million students, 400,000 teachers
2

(107th)

2~4 year higher education: 349


3M students, 74,000 faculty

GNI per Capita: US$ 20,759

(2010)

7th in Beijing Olympic in 2008 5th in Vancouver Winter Olympic in 2010 27th in FIFA World Cup All-time rankings G20 Seoul Summit in Nov. 11~12, 2010 5th APEC Education Ministerial Meeting in May 21~23, 2012

2. Korea Overview

Korea is..
ITU ICT Development Index (IDI) : 2010 top ten countries
9

IDI 2010 IDI 2008

Rep. Korea

Sweden

Iceland

Denmark

Finland

Hong Kong, Luxembourg Switzerland Netherlands China

UK

Source: ITU Measuring the Information Society 2011.

2. Korea Overview

2009 OECD PISA - DRA

2. Korea Overview

UNESCO King Al-Khalifa Prize

UNESCO - King Kamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa Prize for the Use of ICTs in Education, January 2007 at UNESCO HQ, Paris

2. Korea Overview

National Vision Korea National Vision with ICT


Vision
Leading Knowledge-based Society with Creativity and Trust

Goal

Build Infrastructure

3 Objectives

Boost up economy thru ICT Cultivate ICT industry and Job creation Increase in export of e-Government Promote Green ICT in public sector

Strengthen government Realize the top smart Government in the globe Provide civil response service Strengthen ICT management system

Realize society harmonization Realize sound society Establish countermeasure against cyber hacking Strengthen privacy protection

9 Tasks

2. Korea Overview

ICT Embedded Education, Science and Technology Vision


Cultivate ICT-based Creative Learners

Cultivate Sound, Creative Digital Learners

Advance R&D Capacity

Build a Leading Country In Education, Science and Technology! Through Digital Learning-Research Eco System
Create Trusty Education Culture Build Infrastructure Sustainability

2. Korea Overview

ICT Adapted Education Master Plans


Major Pillars of Master Plan I, II, III, IV
(+ SMART Education)

Advance school ICT infrastructure


Provide periodic teacher re-training Develop educational content Develop & operate educational information systems Practice ICT embedded curriculum Develop & operate e-Administration Develop & operate Research DB Operate education cyber security center Enhance capabilities of organizations Advance laws & regulations Share resources with global communities

3. ICT Adapted Korea Education

Teachers Skill
Number of Teachers with ICT certificates: 2010
(1,000 people)
Total teachers Certified teachers

primary school

middle school

high school

Source: KERIS(2010). Current Status of ICT Adapted Education at Elementary and Secondary Schools

3. ICT Adapted Korea Education

Students skills
Number of Students with ICT certificates: 2010
(1,000 people) Total students Certified students

primary school

middle school

high school

Source: KERIS(2010). Current Status of ICT Adapted Education at Elementary and Secondary Schools

3. ICT Adapted Korea Education

Teachers/Administrators Training
Program
Area Leadership Course 21C school development
Leading school changes in the knowledgeinformation society Advanced Creative instruction design using smart devices Teachers for 21C learners

Hour 15
15 30 30

Target School principal Supervisor


Teacher

Year 2006~ present

2002 ~2008 2008~ present

Thinking skills enhancement using smart devices Basic Problem-oriented learning using smart devices
Curriculum for the future Getting started Peer coaching Peer coaching in using smart devices

45 30
30, 60 30 30 School principal Supervisor Teacher

2006~ present
2002~ 2009~ 2006~ present

Source : MEST & KERIS(2010). Adapting Education to the Information Age

3. ICT Adapted Korea Education

Educational e-Portal: EDUNET

Integration of educational resources


Teacher Central Regional Knowledge Warehouse

Integrated search
Student
K12 College Special

Teachers Head teachers Librarians Libraries

EDUNET
Parents
Children Ed. Life-long Ed.

Community

Administrator
Principals Supervisors Policy makers

School

Quality content service

Collaboration

Facilitate cooperative learning (class to class, school to school)

3. ICT Adapted Korea Education

Learning Support Service: CHLS


Cyber Home Learning System
Internet-based learning service Support self-directed learning
1:1 Learning Management Community

DLS
Cyber Teacher Customized learning

Student-centered Home connected Online Curriculum-based Customized learning

Major Services

KEM LMS LCMS


Career counseling

Q&A

Level Diagnoses

ERSS

Self-directed learning after school hours

Cyber learning incorporated with class

3. ICT Adapted Korea Education

Multimedia Content

Hall of Science

Digital material of the national library

DB of the Press hospital Teaching-Learning Center & Cyber home learning

DB of educational institute

Home

Experience studying Taking lessons

Digital DB of The national museum

3. ICT Adapted Korea Education

e-Administration: NEIS
General Affairs(Payroll, Audit, Budget, Accounting, HR Mgmt. for staffs, etc.)

Officers / Staff

Teachers/staff Students grade/record School accounting, etc. Statistics

General Affairs

Academic Affairs

NEIS 16 Metropolitan/Provincial Offices of Education

Civil Service Students school activity Issuance of certificate Parents/Citizens/Colleges administrators


NEIS

Code, Index

Statistics

MEST

3. ICT Adapted Korea Education

Research Support Service: RISS


Users: 2 million Daily users: 32,000 Daily page view: 2,118,000
Univ. Libraries NII, Japan CALIS, China OCLC, USA Univ. Institutes Academic Societies (January 20 , 2012)
th

Union Catalog & Inter-Library Loan

Professors

Thesis & Dissertation

Korea Open CourseWare

Students

RISS 2.0
Video Lectures & Syllabus Foreign Research DB

Librarians
Researchers & Others
Foreign Universities Utilize

Journal Articles

MEST, KEDI, KRIVET, ect.


e-Learning Support Center

Produce

Collect & Process

Cost-saving Effect

Enhancing Research Capacity

4. Lessons Learned & Challenges

Essential to Top management leadership Enhance teachers competencies Balanced Approach in Human-HW-SW Wise use of smart device Learn from the success and failures of others Update lessons with new learning experience Transfer more knowledge quickly and strategically

throughout the nation to avoid the same mistakes

4. Lessons Learned & Challenges

Challenges

Cyber Security & Copyright

Evidence of Outcomes

Develop Vision & Policy

Cultivate Competencies

Constant Shift Society Learners Technology


Involve Parents & Communities Upgrade Technology Infrastructure

Secure Multi-Year Funding

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ITU (2011). The World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators Database.


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