Learning Paradigm, Based on Analogy of ABE's MIx

ID: 45097 Type: Full Paper: Conceptual & Empirical Study
  1. Toyohide Watanabe, Nagoya Industrial Science Research institute, Japan

Tuesday, June 23 2:00-2:30 PM Location: Salon Joyce View on map

Presider: Fatemeh Alipanahi, Private Researcher, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

Abstract: Our learning environment has been changed tremendously with the computer development and communication evolution. This trend affects learners’ daily behaviors and/or changes their learning styles/means. The typical phenomenon is referred as personalization and virtualization. The personalization and virtualization made individual learners isolated under given learning works as the demerits though the phenomenon helped learners perform learning works effectively as the merits. From these situations, we focus on the advanced learning paradigm in IT society. As an approach, we consider the paradigm on the basis of ABE’s Mix, promoted as one of “to break free from deflation” means in Japanese economy policy. The reason that we referred to ABE’s Mix is derived from the analogy that the similar frame is instinctively adaptable to our current learning environment with various drawbacks. The contents generated by composers and the curriculum/course-ware developed by executive-performers


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