Development of a Promotion Model on the Digitization of Education in K-12 —A Report on the Progress at a University-Affiliated Elementary School—

ID: 37627 Type: Brief Paper
  1. Takeshi Morishita and Yoshinori Higashibara, Shinshu University, Japan

Friday, October 12 11:55 AM-12:15 PM Location: Salon Hemon View on map

Presider: R Hubbard, Center for Management Communication Marshall School of Business, USC, United States

Abstract: This paper is a progress report on the digitization of education in a Shinshu University-affiliated elementary school. We became a promoter and set up a promotion team, studied the trends related to the digitization of education, listened to teachers, and designed and installed network and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) hardware. In addition, we set up a project and completed the infrastructure for education using ICT for a short term of about three months. The last aim of this study is to develop a model for the digitization of education in schools. We will practice in an open class using ICT based on the network infrastructure and ICT hardware described in this paper by the end of this year.


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