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The Trends and Prospects of ICT based Education (ICT를 활용한 교육의 동향과 전망)

  • Woo, Hyun-Jeong;Jo, Hye-Jeong;Choi, Yool
    • Informatization Policy
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    • v.25 no.4
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    • pp.3-36
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    • 2018
  • This article discusses the possibilities and limitations of ICT education by reviewing the previous research on its various aspects including educational goals, contents, methods, and evaluation. First, when it comes to its educational goal, the prior studies suggest that ICT education aims to nurture digital citizenship among students and to enable them to participate in different sectors of our society. ICT education characterizes the core capacities of its future learners as 'lifelong learners,' 'information producers/consumers,' and 'local/global citizens.' Second, in regard to the educational content of ICT education, researchers investigate SW education importantly: They develop the educational programs and examine the effectiveness of those programs. However, to ensure the relevancy of the educational contents to the future society, institutional support is imperative including facilitating educators' capacities and synchronizing ICT education with subject education. Third, as the educational methods, various ICTs such as flipped learning and augmented reality (AR) are being applied to actual classroom teaching. Research on the educational methods, which is the most vibrant area in the ICT education scholarship, is expected to improve the previous educational methods and to lead the qualitative development of ICT education. Fourth, the previous discussion on the educational evaluation focuses on computer-based evaluations. Educational evaluation using ICT will enable educators to assess the characteristics and achievement of an individual learner accurately and to lead them to apply a teaching-learning process effectively, which will ultimately enhance the effectiveness of educational evaluation. Along with the overall review on the possibilities of ICT education, this article discusses the limitations of the current ICT education and its implications for educational inequalities.

A Study on the Consciousness Level on the Preservation of Environment for the Disaster Prevention (재해방지를 위한 환경보전 의식도 조사 연구)

  • Hwang, Eui Jin;Ryu, Ji Hyeob;Lim, Ik Hyeon
    • Journal of Korean Society of societal Security
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    • v.2 no.3
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    • pp.31-38
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    • 2009
  • The findings of this study on the Consciousness level of the citizens of Kwang Ju City are as follows; Firstly, the level of knowledge on the environment problems is high and the knowledge is acquire through mass media. Secondly, the citizens of Kwang Ju city consider their environment as sever and it's immediate steps should be taken. The third,n. The thpdiate steps shoenvironment educsteps and lectudia on environmental polluteps should be gehpdheo the citizens and economic development should be made without destroying environment The foudth, the citizens pdifer to live in in small medium citiia rsther than in metropolitan citiia, and their attitude toward futudi is pessimistic, and they have a high level of participateps in evvitonmental problems. In cita of movements that they have pdifer to move to small and medium citiia. It repdiatnts that they pdifer to live in an adia with no tr polluteps while enjoying a cultudal life. The expect thetr city to provide thematlves gdien adias supr as forest and fiildsheo take a rest Thwalk on. The have a passimistic view that thetr city in the futudi will be polluted seveadly. The consciousness level of participateps in e thpdiate steps shoenvironment ia relsterey high, but in reality it is estimated to be low.

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Is a social enterprise academy program correlated with changes in social entrepreneurship? A case study of S social enterprise academy (사회적기업 교육과 사회적기업가 정신과의 상관관계 연구 : S 사회적기업 아카데미를 중심으로)

  • Han, Chang-Keun;Park, Eun-Young;Oh, Danny
    • Korean Journal of Social Welfare Studies
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    • v.44 no.1
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    • pp.33-60
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    • 2013
  • This study aims to examine the extent to which a social enterprise academy program influences social entrepreneurship. This study also examined changes in self-concept, civic consciousness, and welfare attitudes as key covariates of social entrepreneurship. This paper used a case study of a social enterprise academy program which was held for two months in S social enterprise academy in 2012. Survey questionnaire with socio-economic characteristics of participants, social entrepreneurship, self-concept, civic consciousness, and welfare attitudes was developed and implemented at the first and last weeks of the program. In total, 55 respondents participated in the two surveys. Key findings suggest that program participants have no positive changes in social entrepreneurship, self-concept, civic consciousness, and welfare attitudes. In particular, interests in new market as a measure of social entrepreneurship have decreased significantly during the study period. In addition, welfare attitudes have been changed in a negative way. This paper concludes by discussing future directions of social enterprise academy program.

A Study on Searching for Cultural Contents of Citizen Participation - Focusing on the Project of Book Publishing of Namyangju City (시민 참여 문화콘텐츠 발굴사업 사례 연구 - 남양주시의 책자 발간 사업을 중심으로)

  • Eum, Yeong-Cheol
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.14 no.8
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    • pp.122-129
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    • 2014
  • The idea of global cities were widespread in the 20th century, but now in the 21st century the paradigm has changed into creative cities. They are trying to develop the creative contents in which economy and culture are connected to promote their global competitiveness. This thesis focuses on the three main points represented in the projects of publishing journals of Namyangju city. Firstly, the project held 'community-based lectures of humanities,' and 'literary contest' to induce participation of the citizens. The results of the events, however, were not successful because of the narrow extent of creative groups of the city and not enough campaign of the city. Secondly, there was the education of citizens to promote their participation, as they are so much the main parts of publishing journals that theory and practice of reporting on their own is essential. Thirdly, the project committee established citizen publishing committee and encouraged them to do their parts at each department. As a result, citizens succeeded in building cultural infrastructure for shaping the creative city and had the initiative to publish journals about masters, masterpieces, and attractions in Namyangju city. The city and the citizens should practice the culture contents projects in both sides' cooperation.

The Development of a Model for Enhancement of Mathematics Education Using Participatory Mathematics (참여수학을 통한 수학교육 활성화를 위한 모델 개발)

  • Park, Man-Goo
    • Journal of the Korean School Mathematics Society
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    • v.10 no.4
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    • pp.557-571
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    • 2007
  • The purpose of this paper was to develope a model for enhancement of mathematics education using participatory mathematics. Traditionally, mathematics has been considered ready-made and students need to practice it without real applications of mathematics. The 6th grade students in the two classrooms participated in the 60 class hours and the researcher and observers investigated students' achievements and reactions. In this model, students actively apply mathematics to real-life problems and futhermore change our life, which is one of the unique elements. Thus, students can experience mathematical power while they do mathematics. Every student need to experience with this model several times in a semester so that he or she can be active a citizen to change society a better place.

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Life Satisfaction According to Baby Boomers' Social Activity Type (베이비부머의 사회활동참여유형에 따른 삶의 만족도)

  • Kim, Yun-Jeong;Kang, Hyun-Jung
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.14 no.3
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    • pp.1090-1099
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    • 2013
  • The purpose of this study was to examine difference in life satisfaction by social activity type in baby boomers. Sampling 1,115 baby boomers, gender and region were assigned. A questionnaire survey was carried out from August to October in 2011. As a result of research, first, the typology of social activity in baby boomers includes 3 groups. The passive social-participation type is the cluster to which 36.8% of the baby boomers belong. They do not join income activity or civic-group activity at all. A case of doing religious activity or family activity includes a minority. There are primarily lots of women and posteriori baby boomers. Academic background level or household income is lower compared to other clusters. The life satisfaction level is moderate. Second, the active social-participation type is the cluster to which 33.8% of the baby boomers belong. They are positive in all the social activities including income activity. What there are lots of women and posteriori baby boomers is similar to the passive social-participation type. However, the academic background or the averagely monthly household income is the highest compared to other clusters. Even the life satisfaction level is the highest. Third, the economic activity orientation type is the cluster to which 29.4% of the baby boomers belong. They participate in income activity, but don't participate in civic-group activity, educational activity, and social activity such as spending time alone. Distribution of priori-and-posteriori baby boomers, distribution of academic background, or monthly household income is moderate level of other clusters. However, unlike other clusters, there are many men. The life satisfaction level is the lowest. Based on result of this study are suggested ways to improve in life satisfaction by social activity type in baby boomers.

Contributions and challenges of universities in community education (지역사회교육에서 대학의 공헌과 도전 - 인천대학교의 인문도시지원사업을 중심으로 -)

  • Yoon, Hyun Wi
    • CBNU Journal of Education Research
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    • v.41 no.2
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    • pp.71-98
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    • 2020
  • The university is a top-level educational institution that requires not only the education of undergraduate and graduate students but also the education of ordinary citizens in the community. However, in civil society, university education is mainly focused on lifelong education, and additional measures are needed for universities to implement more education about civil society. Since 2014, the Korea Research Foundation has implemented humanities city support projects, and universities have implemented programs such as humanities lectures, humanities experiences, and humanities week by utilizing local humanities assets. Although these projects are meaningful in that they are carried out through the medium of the area where the university is located, and the scope of participation is wider than that of previous academic projects related to humanities, because they are still carried out by one-off projects, a regional literature center should be established that can continue to conduct the projects even after completion. Furthermore, an efficient network should be established with the institutions in the area in which the university is located.

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A Study on the Properties of the DQI as a Participation Tool (DQI의 참여도구적 특성에 관한 연구)

  • Yoon, Hwon
    • The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities
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    • v.18 no.5
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    • pp.51-59
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    • 2011
  • This research suggests that the Design Quality Indicator for School(DQIfS) could be applied on the education facilities construction process not only as a building design assessment tool, but also as a participation tool. From the analyze of the background, the aims, the implementation processes and the case studies of the DQIfS, the results are: 1. DQI was formulated with the social requirement for the public participation in the public building design processes.; 2. DQI was articulated with the aim to involve the wide range of the stakeholders in the design processes, to hear the various opinions of the stakeholders, and to apply these opinions in the planning or the decision-making processes.; 3. In the implementation stage, it was found that the implementation methods of the DQIfS was devised to involve the wide range of the stakeholders. Moreover, the DQIfS has transformed its representation way to convey the results to the stakeholders and make a base for the discussion. 4. Through the case studies, it was found that the DQIfS was used with various participatory planning methods in the implementation process. Furthermore, the DQIfS was used as a main method to provide the basis of the discussion about the educational facility design. Thus, it could be concluded that DQIfS is a specialized participation tool for making participatory processes in the educational building design processes.

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Impact of Organizational Citizenship Behavior on Job Satisfaction through Empowerment

  • Ahn, SangJoon
    • Journal of the Korea Society of Computer and Information
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    • v.25 no.4
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    • pp.207-212
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    • 2020
  • We propose a empirically analyzed the relationship between organizational citizenship behavior, empowerment and job satisfaction of 546 office workers in general companies in Seoul city using SPSS 23.0 and AMOS 21.0. The results of this study were as follows: First, participatory behavior positively influenced self-determination in the relationship between empowerment and organizational citizenship behavior. Second, altruism had a positive effect on job satisfaction in the relationship between organizational citizenship behavior and job satisfaction. Third, looking at the aspect of direct and indirect effects on job satisfaction, it was noticeable that the altruism of organizational citizenship behavior had a higher direct effect, and that participatory behavior had a higher figure of the indirect effect. On the other hand, self-determination and influence/meaning, which are factors of empowerment, showed a higher figure than organizational citizenship behavior. Therefore, it is noticeable that empowerment is the most important factor in terms of affecting job satisfaction. that is, continuous monitoring of the effectiveness of the empowerment granted to members and improvement of the meaning and self-determination of the role at the workplace through training will increase the autonomy and it will contribute to the activation of the organization.