Effects of extracurricular programs based on Smart Learning for enhancing competency of university students.

대학생 핵심역량 증진을 위한 스마트러닝기반 비교과교육의 효과

  • 김현우 (삼육대학교 스미스교양대학) ;
  • 강선영 (숙명여자대학교 교육학과)
  • Received : 2018.01.22
  • Accepted : 2018.03.20
  • Published : 2018.03.28


The purpose of this study is to design smart learning based extracurricular program of the university and to analyze the effect of core competencies. This program was formed by 10 teams with S and K University in Seoul, and run a daily camp format to use smart devices and apps. As a result, the participating students, communication skill, self-directed and creativity increased significantly. In addition, the educational effects of this program was positive changes in the areas of 'communication', 'self-directed', 'cooperative learning', 'problem solving' in the focus group interview. And the students responded that the use of smart devices and apps help to immerse in the program and increase their interest. The purpose of this study is to suggest new models and implications for the extracurricular program. In the future, we hope to develop the various smart learning based extracurricular programs for enhancing the competencies.


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