初日のキーノートについては，ゲストスピーカーとして，オンライン教育を展開する米国ミネルバ大学の創設者である Ben Nelson 氏をお招きし，遠隔接続による講演と質疑応答を行っていただきます．
|キーノートスピーチ||Ben Nelson（ミネルバ大学 創設者/CEO）|
|パネラー||Ben Nelson（ミネルバ大学 創設者/CEO）|
一昨年度より、さらにその交流を発展させることを目的として、これまでの取り組みを統合・改変し、新たに「President Talk」を開催することとしました。President Talkでは、各学協会関係者をお招きし、最新の研究動向や理論、概念の紹介、各国における教育工学の重点課題や様々なテクノロジー等を利用した教育実践事例の共有が行われます。
JSET exchanged the Memorandum of Agreement for academic partnership with the Association of Education Communications and Technology (AECT) in 2014, Chinese Association for Educational Technology (CAET) in 2017 and Korean Society of Educational Technology (KSET) in 2018. Since the establishment of these academic relationships, JSET has promoted active exchanges of ideas and knowledge with these organizations. For example, over the past years, we have conducted the “Lunchtime Seminar” with AECT members and the “President Talk in International Session” with KSET and CAET members and become to further develop our understanding of research trends in educational technology in different countries.
Two years ago, we newly organized the “President Talk” as a constructive discussion venue among the scholars from each country to enhance our international partnership. At the President Talk, we invited one scholar from each organizations and asked these three scholars to share recent trends in research, theories and concepts, discuss specific issues in the field, and share case studies with new technologies in their own country.
This year, together with the representatives from the partner associations, JSET president prof. Suzuki will participate in the President Talk and share current research trends and important issues in educational technology in Japan. We believe that it will be a great opportunity to discuss the future of educational technology research and practice from a global perspective. Please join us at the President Talk!
|Date:||Sunday, September 13th, 2020|
|Time:||9:30 - 11:30 am|
2. Presentation by Each Representative (20min×4)
- Recent Research Trends in Educational Technology
- Current Status of ICT in Education and Government Initiatives
- Issues and Challenges
- Michael Grant (President of AECT, University of South Carolina)|
- Huang Ronghuai（Vice-President of CAET, Beijing Normal University）
- Cho Eunsoon (President of KSET, Mokwon University)
- Katsuaki Suzuki (President of JSET, Kumamoto University)
|Moderator:||- Yoshikazu Takenaka (JSET international Exchange Committee, Ehime University)|
Abstract Educational technology research has a long history, and there are significant calls and pressures on our field for change. This presentation will survey current educational technology research, examining and reporting recent systematic literature reviews and commentaries from well-respected academic journals. Surveys both examine and record the features of an area to construct a plan, or description. This survey will identify and describe selected prevalent issues and topics of (a) research purposes, (b) research methods, (c) research variables/outcomes, and (d) distance education. In addition, a forecast of future issues and pressures will be considered, where forecasting is a prediction or estimate of future events. Therefore, in the presentation, a projection of issues and pressures will be outlined, including (e) emerging technologies, such as AI, big data, and machine learning, (f) issues of policy, politics and ethics, and (g) COVID-19 concerns of K-12 and higher education online learning, digital divide and equity, and teacher/faculty and student readiness for distance learning.
Abstract Educational reform, scientific and technological revolution and social transformation constitute the macro background of educational technology development. The subject development of educational technology is faced with three basic problems: field problem, talent problem and academic problem, namely, the field relationship between educational technology and educational informatization, the origin and destination of professional sons, and the construction of subject and subject knowledge system.
From the international level to the national level, a series of policy documents to promote the development of education information technology have been issued, such as China's formulation and promulgation of proprietary documents in the field of education Informatization 2.0 Action Plan, and the "China Education Modernization 2035" and other national education overall development plan to accelerate the reform of education in the information age. At the same time, the China State Council issued the "guidance on actively promoting the "Internet plus" action, the action plan for the development of big data, the development plan for a new generation of artificial intelligence development plan" and other comprehensive information development policies reflect the development of new types of education services supply, education culture big data, intelligent education of the national will.
At present, the educational development in various countries is facing great external opportunities and internal challenges, and the construction of China's "Double-First Class (First-class universities and First-class disciplines)" colleges and universities is the response of education to global development. How to build the discipline of educational technology into a world-class discipline? In the face of this problem, educators the field of education technology need to grasp external opportunities, such as education and knowledge services, and adhere to the basic principles of industry and academic cooperation to promote development, from the five aspects. which are "adaptation," "evidence," "leadership," "determination" and "mission". These aspects are to promote the subject characteristics, such as the educational technology professionals, the personnel training with strong social adaptability, the development the evidence-based discipline research, and the public discourse system in overall educational context. It would adhere to theoretical self-confidence, academic theory, research endurance, tolerance, and service conscious.
Abstract Teachers and students have been through difficult times this year due to unexpected shift to untact classes caused by Covid-19. Without enough time for preparations, teachers all over the glove were suddenly forced to use untact tools such as Zoom, Google classroom, Teams, and etc. As a result, teachers and learners have found that there is a need for a better solution to produce better online classes until they can safely deliver face-to-face classroom, or until we may turn over to more advanced untact classes for students.
Korean government has announced that educational infrastructure by digital transformation is one of the businesses of New Deal economic strategies which is needed in order to recover from the Covid-19 disaster. They are to set up high speed WiFi in all 380,000 school classrooms exclusively, 200,000 new PC & laptops for teachers, another 240,000 for classrooms, and stabilize platform service. There are also plans to build 28 regional Future Educational Center (tentative name) for training teachers and student-teachers. Estimated budget will be about $1 billion by 2025. This policy applies to higher educational institutes as well. The digitalized classrooms will be able to provide better untact lessons to students. K-EdTech know-hows with advanced technology and experiences can spread out to others. This presentation will discuss macro policies and strategies to overcome Covid-19, and to gear up K-EdTech solutions for better educational future in Korea.
Abstract If academic societies are to make contributions for the benefit of practices of the field, are we playing enough roles to suggest, support, and provide something useful, especially when the world is struggling to overcome negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic? If our field of educational technology is to be practical, are we making enough impact in helping those who need help, wondering what to do and how to do it, to keep learning opportunities without access to schools? This talk will reflect upon what we could and could not do while this pandemic, so we can better prepare ourselves for the coming “with-pandemic society.” It stresses the importance of impact and contribution we shall make to the practices of education, without which we would lose our identity, as researchers, as well as academic organizations. Information sharing and international collaboration effort among our societies will be requested to learn from each other, and to do something together to make ourselves more valuable in serving our society.
本大会では，３つのチュートリアルセッションを設ける予定です．セッション１では，本学会の取り組みについて SIG 活動のこれまでとこれからを中心に，SIG 委員会委員長がご紹介します．セッション２では，本学会論文誌への投稿と査読対応の事例を，過去に論文賞を受賞した学会員がご説明します．加えて，新たに発刊される合同英文誌 ITEL のご案内を，共同編集委員長が行います．セッション３では，本学会論文誌の査読方針および論文種別ごとの評価を，編集委員会編集長がご説明します．
いずれのセッションも動画コンテンツを大会前から視聴できるようにし，当日は Zoom によるリアルタイムセッションを実施します．
|企画セッション１||JSET Vision 2030：学会の将来構想公開討論会|
|企画セッション３||コロナ渦におけるメディア利用と変化と NHK for School|
|企画セッション４||遠隔・オンライン教育を推進する教育プラットフォーム「Microsoft Teams for Education」の活用について|