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1 G1:1 A global network of researchers for fostering international collaboration in 1-to-1 technology enhanced learning

2 What is 1:1 TEL? 1:1 Technology Enhanced Learning –learning in which every student is equipped with at least one wireless portable computing devices

3 Why 1:1 TEL? Seamless learning space –with respect to place (physical & virtual) and people (real & virtual) Integration of all TEL subfields –cognitive tools –intelligent learning environments –computer supported collaborative learning –mobile & ubiquitous learning –game & toy based learning

4 Why use the term “1:1”? Arousing society’s attention of the imminent technological innovations in education –e.g. MIT $100 computer initiative for solving digital divide problem The “1:1” term will not make sense after tens of year

5 What is G1:1? G1:1 is not offering any thing at the moment! A social network, not a formal organization At the core, G1:1 consists of some leading research groups and labs conducting significant 1:1 research across the globe

6 What is G1:1? Initial idea by Marcelo Milrad at WMTE2002 Members having extensive connectivity to Kaleidoscope, ISLS, APSCE, IEEE, AIED, IAML, etc. Past events were directly or indirectly supported by EU, NSF of USA, and NSC of Taiwan

7 Events in 2003 to 2005 1 st G1:1 Workshop (2003) –Taiwan –6 international participants –called Global Public-Private Partnership Platform (G4P) meeting 2 nd G1:1 Workshop (2004) –Taiwan –more international participants –prior to WMTE2004

8 Events in 2005 1.3rd G1:1 Workshop (prior to CSCL), Taiwan (Jeremy Roschelle, Charles Patton) 2.G1:1 Panel in CSCL, Taiwan (Tak-Wai Chan, Ulrich Hoppe) 3.G1:1 Panel in IEEE ICALT, Taiwan (Kinshuk) 4.Panel in Kaleidoscope Symposium, Germany (Nicolas Balacheff, Ulrich Hoppe)

9 Events in 2005 (cont’d) 5.Panel in Knowledge Building Summer Institute, Canada (Marlene Scardamalia, Mary Lamon) 6.4th G1:1 Workshop (prior to mLearn), South Africa (Mike Sharples, Charles Patton, Tom Brown, Herman van der Merwe) 7.5th G1:1 Workshop (prior to WMTE), Japan (Kinshuk, Hiroaki Ogata) 8.G1:1 Panel in ICCE, Singapore (Chee-Kit Looi, Michael Jacobson)

10 Events in 2006 1.G1:1 workshop, USA (prior to AERA) –Sherry Hsi, Jeremy Rocschelle 2.G1:1 workshop, Taiwan (prior to ITS) –Ulrich Hoppe 3.G1:1 workshop, Canada, (prior to MLearn) –Mohamed Ally, Rory McGreal 4.G1:1 Panel, Greece, (WMUTE) –Kinshuk “Agenda for Global Collaboration in WMUTE Research” “Is Global Collaborative Research on 1:1 TEL Possible?”

11 The 1 st Mission: Stimulating high quality 1:1 research debating and critiquing what high quality research looks like setting or attempting to set high standards for research outcomes raising next directions of globally-important learning challenges Ubiquitous learning, digital game based learning, brain & learning proposing an international research agenda exploring seamless learning space integrating various TEL subfield

12 The 2 nd Mission: Informing global 1:1 movement Anticipating and preparing for the future –scenario-based planning to identify some trends and uncertainties in 2015 digital learning games & peer tutoring will become prevalent access of digital resources will be a part of human right having a bigger voice if researchers speak together globally promoting best practices of 1:1 TEL addressing development and practice issues composing an open letter

13 The 3 rd Mission: Fostering 1:1 international research collaboration complementing research strength exploring learning with similar technologies across multiple cultures exchanging graduate students enhancing each other’s research initiatives

14 Example: A global network of learning labs

15 The 4 th Mission: Establishing a global collaborative research community a long term goal and evolving process sharing and exchanging research outcomes beyond research papers possibly focusing on graduate student community providing interaction opportunities for researchers, teachers, and industry in different parts of the world to interact

16 Summary Workshops and Panels in various conferences Research inventory web-page Scenarios-based planning for 2015 –Jeremy Roschelle Mission Statement Paper –Tak-Wai Chan, etc. Open letter to OLPC –Mike Sharple, etc. Bilateral international collaboration Component Exchange Community –Kinshuk, Oscar Lin, etc. Network of learning labs http//

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