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Forum Ministériel Africain sur

l’Intégration des TIC dans l’Education et la Formation

African Ministerial Forum on

ICT integration in Education and Training

Smart media in education: Is it a blessing or a curse? Peck Cho

Distinguished Professor, Dongguk University KOREA [email protected] 9 - 10 - 11 Décembre 2013 Hotel Ramada Plaza, Gammarth, Tunis, Tunisie

Korea today…

The same place back in the 50’s

1940’s

During Japanese Occupation

34 years of devastation Goods and cultural heritage shipped away to Japan

1940’s

During Japanese Occupation

Women trucked to military camps as sex slaves

1940’s

During Japanese Occupation

Goods Goods and and cultural cultural heritage heritage shipped shipped away away to to Japan Japan

1950’s

During the Korean War

2.7 million million military military casualties casualties 2.5 million civilian casualties casualties 3.2 million million refugees refugees 100 thousand orphans orphans UN forces from Africa Ethiopia South Africa

Success Story: The “Miracle of Han River” From one of the poorest nations to one of the most dynamic economies. This change in just one generation.

US$24,000

GNP per capita

US$67

1960

1980

2000

2020

Success Story: The “Miracle of Han River” Korea is 9th nation w/ US$1 trillion in export UK France

Germany

China

Japan

US US$24,000

Netherland Korea Belgium Italy

GNP per capita

1960

1980

2000

2020

Success Story: The “Miracle of Han River” Korea is 9th nation w/ US$1 trillion in export UK France

Germany

China

Japan

Netherland Korea th Korea is 7 Belgium Italy US

US$24,000

in GDP pc US$20,000 & 50M pop

Germany France Korea Japan

1960

US

1980

UK

Italy

GNP per capita

2000

2020

Success Story: The “Miracle of Han River” Korea is 9th nation w/ US$1 trillion in export UK France

Germany

China

Japan

Netherland Korea th Korea is 7 Belgium Italy

Korea is

US

5th

Italy

US US$24,000

in GDP pc US$20,000 & 50M pop

Germany France Korea

nation to host all 4 major sports events Japan Germany

UK Japan

Italy France

GNP per capita

Korea

JapanSUMMER UK Italy

1960

1980 WINTER

2000

2020

Success Story: The “Miracle of Han River” By land size (km2)

By population

Key to success is: Education

NATIONAL CONSENSUS on the importance of education

PARENTAL WILLINGNESS to invest in the future of children

Key to success is: Education

3W learning US$24,000

GNP per capita

1960

Whenever Wherever Whoever

Whenever Whenever 1980 2000 Wherever Wherever Whoever Whoever

2020

Key to success is: Education

learning 3S3Slearning

3W learning

1960

Whenever Wherever Whoever

Same time 1980 2000 Same place Same age

2020

Key to success is: Education

learning 3S3Slearning

3W learning

11,000 schools 483,000 teachers 11,000 schools 483,000 teachers 199 four-yr. colleges

US$24,000

GNP per capita

US$67

132 two-yr. colleges

0 four-yr. colleges 1960 1945 1980 2000 29 two-yr. colleges Whenever Same time Wherever Whoever

2020

Same place Same age

© 2013, Peck Cho

Key to success is: Education

learning 3S3Slearning

3W learning

100% attend K-6 11,000 schools 99.8% move onto 7-9 483,000 teachers 99.6% move onto 10-12 US$67

1960

97.9% literacy rate 1980 2000

Whenever Wherever Whoever

Same time Same place Same age

2020

Key to success is: Education

90

3W learning

3S learning

No. of students per teacher K-6 7-9 10-12

Low birth rate

GNP per capita

US$67

1960

Whenever Wherever Whoever

1980

2000

Same time Same place Same age

2020

Key to success is: Education

3W learning

3S learning

2013 PISA result: (Program for Int’l Student Assessment)

Korea is the best among 34 OECD nations in Math, Science and Reading US$67

1960

Whenever Wherever Whoever

1980

2000

Same time Same place Same age

MATH Rank

1. Korea 2. Japan 3. Switzerland 4. Estonia 5. Finland K-6 6. Canada 7-9 7. Poland 8. Belgium 9. Germany 10.Austria 11.Australia 12.Ireland 13.Slovenia 14.Denmark 15.New Zealand 16.Czech Republic 17.France 18.United Kingdom 19.Iceland 20.Luxembourg

2020 © 2013, Peck Cho

Key to success PBS April 14, 2009 is: Education

3W learning

3S learning

ICT GNP per capita

US$67

1960

Whenever Wherever Whoever

1980

2000

Same time Same place Same age

2020

Key to success PBS April 14, 2009 is: Education

3W learning

3S learning

ICT GNP per capita

US$67

1960

Whenever Wherever Whoever

1980

2000

Same time Same place Same age

2020

e-learning (ICT 1.0)

Internet Computer TV & AV

e-learning (ICT 1.0) Helps to show Complexity

e-learning (ICT 1.0)

Helps to explain difficult concepts

e-learning (ICT 1.0)

smart media (ICT 2.0)

It’s mobile and ubiquitous.

www.teacherville.co.kr

26

smart media (ICT 2.0) is a great enabler!

Accessibility Social impact 20 yrs in class 4,000 students

2 wk online 4,000

1 yr online

40,000

Key to success is: Education

3W learning

3S learning

3A learning

ICT 2.0

GNP per capita

US$67

1960

Whenever Wherever Whoever

1980

2000

Same time Same place Same age

2020

Anytime Anywhere Anyone

e-learning (ICT 1.0)

Internet Computer TV & AV

smart media (ICT 2.0)

Smart Mobile Ubiquitous

smart media (ICT 2.0)

Smart Mobile Ubiquitous

smart media (ICT 2.0)

Smart Mobile Ubiquitous

smart media (ICT 2.0)

smart media (ICT 2.0)

5 TV channels dedicated to learning General audience Elementary school children Middle school students College preparatory English Education 1997

‘ICT in education’ is more than about teaching kids with technology. It’s about building future society now. ‘ICT in education’ is about promoting ‘lifelong learning’ & creating a ‘learning society’.

Key to success is: Education

3W learning

3S learning

$$ 1960

Whenever Wherever Whoever

1980

3A learning

$$ > GNP per capita

2000

Same time Same place Same age

2020

Anytime Anywhere Anyone

Key to success is: Leapfrogging

3W learning

3S learning

3A learning

GNP per capita

1960

Whenever Wherever Whoever

1980

2000

Same time Same place Same age

2020

Anytime Anywhere Anyone

Key to success is: Leapfrogging

3W learning

3A learning

GNP per capita

1960

Whenever Wherever Whoever

1980

2000

Same time Same place Same age

2020

Anytime Anywhere Anyone

Key to success is: Educational Leapfrogging

3W learning

3S learning

3A learning

1.

$$ ICT In

Classroom

2.

Curricular Reform

3.

Reform in Teacher Ed

GNP per capita

4.

1960

Whenever Wherever Whoever

1980

Leadership

2000

In Education

Same time Same place Same age

2020

Anytime Anywhere Anyone

Key to success is: Leapfrogging

1. ICT in Classroom

2.

We must embrace technology and integrate it into our education

3.

We no longer need to invest heavily in building “traditional schools.” Instead, invest in ICT.

4.

Technology is expensive, but cheaper than building schools.

The teacher teaches!

The dumbest use of smart media

No creativity!

The world map as we know

World according to creativity (IP)

Creators of ICT Consumers of ICT

Creativity fluency

originality analytical mind

synthetic mind self-directed

divergent thinking open-minded judgment slack imagination inclusivity

professionalism introspection

resiliency

flexibility

170 concepts!

complexity

exploration

dedication confidence

flow

tolerance

perseverance decisiveness patience positivity passion Internal motivation

curiosity concentration

risk-taking

independence vision

drive

cooperation

Creativity blind trust in ‘the’ answer

fear of failure

“slack” basic fuzzy knowledge thinking

positive mindset

curiosity

adventure

ability to

accommodate & assimilate new thoughts

Information Age

Pre-information Age

blind trust in ‘the’ answer

fear of failure

“slack”

Fear of failure

basic fuzzy knowledge thinking

positive mindset

curiosity

adventure

The answer Fuzzy thinking

“textbook

curiosity

knowledge

adventure Positive mindset

Information transfer! Just do it. No questions asked! Don’t even think about it! Fear of failure

The answer Fuzzy thinking

“textbook

curiosity

knowledge

adventure Positive mindset

All it does is do the same more & faster! Just do it. No questions asked! Don’t even think about it!

ICT 1.0

Just more & faster

All it does is do the same more & faster!

ICT 2.0 2.0 ICT

ICT CBT IBT TEL

Fear of failure

The answer Fuzzy thinking

“textbook

curiosity

knowledge

adventure Positive mindset

Just more & faster

All it does is do the same more & faster! Oh, God. He says only one word…“next, next”

ICT 2.0 2.0 ICT

ICT CBT IBT TEL

Just more & faster

Blessing

Curse?

PISA Rank

1. Korea 2. Japan 3. Switzerland 4. Estonia 5. Finland 6. Canada 7. Poland World TOP 8. in Belgium 9. Germany technological proficiency 10.Austria & academic achievements 11.Australia 12.Ireland 13.Slovenia 14.Denmark 15.New Zealand 16.Czech Republic 17.France 18.United Kingdom 19.Iceland 20.Luxembourg

Dead LAST in student happiness

Curse? School dropout

Cyber bulling Game addiction

Dead LAST in student happiness

The most advanced form of smart media reinforcing the worst form of teaching. 1. ICT In Classroom

2.

Curricular Reform

3.

Reform in Teacher Ed

4.

What good is smart media if… all it does is do the bad education more and faster? ‘ICT in classroom’ must be accompanied by ‘Curricular Reform’ & ‘Reform in Teacher Ed’ (Emphasis on the hardware aspect of ICT is not good enough.)

fear of failure

blind trust in ‘the’ answer

Cognitive domain

“slack” basic fuzzy knowledge thinking

positive mindset

curiosity

adventure

Affective domain

basic knowledge

Cognitive domain fuzzy thinking

IQ

curiosity

EQ

slack positive mindset

Affective domain adventure

We need to focus on both aspects of e-learning: electronics

emotion

hardware technology empowerment

software heart experience

e-learning: electronics

emotion

hardware technology empowerment

software heart experience

ACCESSIBILITY & CONNECTIVITY to between information teachers & & knowledge students

For teachers to become enablers, they need to learn to design… not just academic curriculum but learning experience, too. content methods procedure process material COGNITIVE DOMAIN

doing creating changing cooperating dreaming AFFECTIVE DOMAIN

more & faster better & smarter

Smart media (ICT) in education: Is it a blessing or a curse? 1. ICT In Classroom

2.

Reform in Teacher Ed

3.

Curricular Reform

4. Leadership In Education

It depends on whether we have ‘LEADERSHIP’ in education

PRIORITY

(Values, Political will)

Decision was made by leaders 50 years ago…

Build national consensus B Education as dream-making E S Success through technology Teachers are Nation Builders T Whether to make the change or not

In memory of a great teacher… It always seems impossible until it’s done. - Nelson Mandela