JANUARY 12-14, 2004, BEIJING CHINA SUMMIT ON EDUCATION REFORM IN THE APEC REGION.
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JANUARY 12-14, 2004, BEIJING CHINA SUMMIT ON EDUCATION REFORM IN THE APEC REGION
Report Recommendations Using ICT for Teaching and Learning KOREA AND SINGAPORE
Introduction ICT is a fundamental literacy of the 21 st Century which should be infused pervasively in education, in order to prepare our students to participate as citizens of an interconnected and knowledge-driven world.
Recommendations from 2 nd AEMM More networking and sharing of experiences: 1.Initiating exchange or attachment programs 2.Setting up a web portal to learn from experiences 3.Strengthening the outreach programs of existing centers of excellence for higher education in APEC 4.Establishing International IT Volunteer to promote the use of IT in APEC
Data from Survey and Discussion From Survey 1.Professional development Activities 2.Systemic approaches to facilitate exchange stakeholders in APEC using ICT 3.Collaborate on educational contents From Experts 1.Policies with more research 2.Community based practices 3.Enhance teaching and learning with ICT 4.Bridge the digital divide
Key Issues of ICT use for Education Access to ICT Pedagogical foundation for ICT use Encouraging innovations in ICT use Collaborative Learning with ICT
Access to ICT Access to Physical ICT infrastructure Professional Development ICT-based learning resources Stakeholders support
Pedagogical foundation for ICT use Rethinking professional development model Teachers as pedagogical ICT leaders in bringing about educational reforms Align Needs for Professional Development in ICT to curriculum needs
Encouraging innovations in ICT use Potential of Emerging Technologies Empower all stakeholders to bring about educational innovations with ICT
Collaborative Learning with ICT Rethinking the dichotomy between teacher-centered and learner- centered approaches to teaching and learning with ICT Communities of Practice
Recommendation 1 Establish communities of practice among APEC economies with ICT Enhancing existing online and onsite exchange or attachment programs Strengthening the outreach programs among educational stakeholders and APEC economies
Recommendation 2 Collaborate on Research & Development Increase synergistic R&D activities across APEC economies Move towards research driven Implementation of ICT in education