EdTech 2021 : Cases on Technologies in Education From Classroom 2.0 to Society 5.0
Call For Papers
Since the early 2000 a number of projects collectively called Classroom 2.0 set the standard in computer-supported cooperative learning. Many were halted following austerity measures following the 2008 financial crisis.
This book seeks case studies from those involved in Classroom 2.0 (networking of education institutions and learners), School 3.0 (situated learning in community venues beyond the classroom), Society 4.0 (sharing education practice and delivering learning remotely) Society 5.0 (ubiquitous education in smart cities, towns and villages).
* Target Audience
This book will be of greatest use to schools, colleges and universities looking to embed technology into the way they deliver education. By drawing on case studies for the compulsory (e.g. K-12, 14 to 19 pathways) and post-compulsory (e.g. adult and community education) educators from all backgrounds can enhance the way they educate their learners through technology. This book is particularly significant to educators interested in future technology, as case studies include Society 4.0 and Society 5.0, which are at the cutting edge of technology for education beyond the classroom.
- Classroom 2.0:
In the case of England, Curriculum and Pedagogues in Technology Assisted Learning (CAPITAL); in the case of Wales, Digital Classroom of Tomorrow (DCOT), in the case of Scotland, Curriculum for Excellence (CfE), in the case of Italy, Classi 2.0, in the case of Spain, Escuela 2.0; in Canada, E-Learning 2.0; in South Korea, Education 3.0.
- School 3.0:
In the case of Wales, Clicks and Mortar Environments for Learning and Leisure Experiences (CAMELLE); in England, Curriculum and Pedagogy in Technology Assisted Learning for Infrastructure-Supported Education (CAPITALISE); in Spain, Escuela 3.0; in Italy, Scuola 3.0; in Australia, Beyond the Classroom (BTC).
In the case of Ireland, Professional Development Service for Teachers (PDST); in the case of Scotland, Curriculum for Excellence in the Recovery Phase (CfERP), in the case of Wales, Supporting Information and Education with Multimedia and E-Learning for Networked Societies (SIEMENS); in England, Curriculum and Pedagogy in Technology Enhanced Learning using Internet-Supported EdTech Demonstration (CAPITALISED); in Canada, E-Learning 4.0; in Latin America, Educación 3.0.; in Italy, Smart School 4.0.
- Society 5.0:
In Wales, Distributed, Online and Wireless Networked Education in Societies (DOWNES); in Canada, E-Learning 5.0; in Indonesia, School 5.0; in England, Dubai and Singapore, IoT@School.
* Submission Procedure
Every effort will be made to directly contact those known to be participating in the projects covered by these books directly. It is likely that some taking part in the projects in this books will find about this book through this call for chapters. • Those involved in projects such as Demonstrator Schools in England, Young Enterprise UK-wide, or Global Enterprise Challenge worldwide, or other similar CSCW/CSCL schemes, should state in the extra information box on the proposal form which country their case study relates to.
Full chapters can be submitted at the following link or proposals on the call for chapters web link:
This book is scheduled to be published by IGI Global (formerly Idea Group Inc.), publisher of the "Information Science Reference" (formerly Idea Group Reference), "Medical Information Science Reference," "Business Science Reference," and "Engineering Science Reference" imprints. For additional information regarding the publisher, please visit www.igi-global.com. This publication is anticipated to be released in 2021.
Jonathan Bishop (email@example.com) - Congress of Researchers and Organisations for Cybercommunity, E-Learning and Socialnomics