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ICT-Supported Innovations in Small Countries and Developing Regions


ICT-Supported Innovations in Small Countries and Developing Regions

Perspectives and Recommendations for International Education
Educational Communications and Technology: Issues and Innovations

von: Ian A. Lubin

95,19 €

Verlag: Springer
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 11.10.2017
ISBN/EAN: 9783319676579
Sprache: englisch

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This timely analysis brings greater clarity to the question of how ICT-supported innovations are experienced in small low- to middle-income countries and developing regions with implications for international education and development. By bringing together a group of international technologists, researchers, and scholars, this book explores the building of local capacity for educational technology policy and application in such regions and ably links theory to practice to illuminate how the issues at hand play out in professional practice. The volume offers itself as an invaluable resource by offering a salient assessment of the existent methodological and ecological challenges and constraints in developing, implementing, and evaluating technology and technology research, while simultaneously providing recommendations and strategy for future policy and implementation.Among the topics covered:The research agenda for technology, education, and development.ICT curriculum planning and development: policy and implementation lessons from small developing states.New challenges for ICT in education policies in developing countries.Playful partnerships for game-based learning in international contexts.Addressing persistent ICT-in-education challenges in small developing countries.ICT-Supported Innovations in Small Countries and Developing Regions is of significant interest to educational technology researchers, policymakers, and officials with influence over resource allocation and implementation of technology innovations. It is also relevant to administrators, teachers, instructional designers, and technology evaluators interested in advancing educational communications and technology in public and private settings.
Global Forces, Local Needs, and ICT-Supported Innovations in Small Countries and Developing Regions: Overcoming the Misalignment: An Editorial Introduction.- The Research Agenda for Technology, Education, and Development: Taking Stock and Looking Ahead.- Technology for Education in Low-Income Countries: Supporting the UN Sustainable Development Goals.- ICT Curriculum Planning and Development: Policy and Implementation Lessons from Small Developing States.- New Challenges for ICT in Education Policies in Developing Countries: The Need to Account for the Widespread Use of ICT for Teaching and Learning Outside the School.- Implementing Sustainable ICT-Supported Innovation Policies: Case of Universitas Terbuka – Indonesia.- Playful Partnerships for Game-Based Learning in International Contexts.- Impatience as a Virtue: Addressing Persistent ICT-in-Education Challenges in Small Developing Countries.
Dr. Ian A. Lubin is a professional educator and research scientist specializing in learning and instructional psychology, educational technologies, and international education development. He has served as an instructional faculty and researcher at various national and international institutions. Dr. Lubin is the author of several journal articles, chapters, working papers, and other consultation publications on the design of optimal learning environments, cognition and motivation for learning, utilization of instructional technologies, teacher/faculty professional development, and education for development in international contexts. Dr. Lubin serves as a specialist advisor to international development organizations and agencies such as UNESCO and the Commonwealth of Learning. He holds undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Multimedia Instructional Design and earned his M.Ed. and Ph.D. degrees in Instructional Psychology and Technology.
This timely analysis brings greater clarity to the question of how ICT-supported innovations are experienced in small low- to middle-income countries and developing regions with implications for international education and development. By bringing together a group of international technologists, researchers, and scholars, this book explores the building of local capacity for educational technology policy and application in such regions and ably links theory to practice to illuminate how the issues at hand play out in professional practice. The volume offers itself as an invaluable resource by offering a salient assessment of the existent methodological and ecological challenges and constraints in developing, implementing, and evaluating technology and technology research, while simultaneously providing recommendations and strategy for future policy and implementation.Among the topics covered:The research agenda for technology, education, and development.ICT curriculum planning and development: policy and implementation lessons from small developing states.New challenges for ICT in education policies in developing countries.Playful partnerships for game-based learning in international contexts.Addressing persistent ICT-in-education challenges in small developing countries.ICT-Supported Innovations in Small Countries and Developing Regions is of significant interest to educational technology researchers, policymakers, and officials with influence over resource allocation and implementation of technology innovations. It is also relevant to administrators, teachers, instructional designers, and technology evaluators interested in advancing educational communications and technology in public and private settings.
Complements existing literature in educational communications and technology by offering specific research examples from diverse international contexts.Explores reflexive, experiential, and practical approaches to the application and utilization of technology.Highlights research studies that offer new insights and explicit methodological examples for interested readers.Challenges student assumptions about educational technology development and deployment, and provides strategies for students to link theory with practice.
Complements existing literature in educational communications and technology by offering specific research examples from diverse international contexts.Explores reflexive, experiential, and practical approaches to the application and utilization of technology.Highlights research studies that offer new insights and explicit methodological examples for interested readers.Challenges student assumptions about educational technology development and deployment, and provides strategies for students to link theory with practice.

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