Smart Education Strategies for Teaching and Learning: Critical Analytical Framework and Case Studies

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2022-09
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Isaacs, Shafika
Mishra, Sanjaya
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UNESCO Institute for Information Technology in Education
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Information and communication technologies (ICT) have led to the reconsideration of global public policies. In this regard, the creation of universal frameworks has mobilized networks of powerful public, private, and civil society players to scaffold a global agenda on ICT in Education (ICTE), which often combines contradictory rights-based, social justice, and economic objectives. In addition, the shift towards the digitalization of education led to the necessity for the development of national public ICTE policies, which could encompass the unprecedented changes in teaching and learning. The analysis of policy texts and case studies gives a better understanding of this sector and helps to develop the tools necessary for the successful implementation of smart education. // The Publication comprises the following: Overview of the field of smart education and the use of digital technologies in teaching and learning. Conceptual framework and the methodology adopted for the research Analysis of 10 selected national and related supranational policy texts on information and communication technologies in education and smart education policy (China, Egypt, India, Mauritius, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, the UK, and the USA) 15 case studies of selected policy-informed implementation projects A policy template and monitoring and evaluation questions.
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Smart Education, Technology-Enabled Learning (TEL), Teaching and Learning Methods, ICT in Education
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Russia, China, Egypt, India, Mauritius, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, United Kingdom, United States of America
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Global
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