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    Title: A case study of application of educational technology in global education
    Authors: Chih-Chiang Chen;Hsun-Fung Kao
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育科技學系
    Date: 2004-05-28
    Issue Date: 2009-12-15 13:35:04 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: People around the world with different cultures, languages and races have more opportunities to
    interact with each other because of the trend of globalization. The awareness of international cultures,
    the exchange among countries on economy, diplomacy, and environment protection all deeply
    influence countries and people around the world. The emphases on the knowledge and the abilities of
    accepting different cultures, languages and races as well as societal changes become more important.
    Scholars mentioned that global education is an approach of education. The implementation of global
    education must focus on the integration of students' knowledge, skill and attitude. Experiential or
    authentic learning experience is proposed by most scholars to be the most effective way for global
    education. However, distance, costs, and time will be the barriers if we want to implement international
    exchange. Therefore, using the attributes of technology in the global education can help us to solve the
    limitation of time, space, and furthermore to facilitate face-to-face contact and interaction among
    students.
    ShowMe the World, initiated by the University of Missouri, is an international exchange project of
    global education using information technology to connect people in different areas, to enable students
    to know their own cultures, to raise students' understanding of other cultures, to be aware of that we
    live in a complex and interdependent society, to know more about others' lives and cultures by
    cooperating with opposite students and to raise global perspectives in advanced. The purpose of the
    research is to study one English teacher with her class in a junior high school which participating in
    " ShowMe the World" project and cooperating with Villa Duchesne High School in Missouri, U.S. It
    is hope that through this research we can understand the instructional design of a global education in
    terms of exchange program, document the learning of students in terms of global perspectives and
    English language, realize the roles played by the educational technology and investigate the reality of
    international exchange of two different classes from different cultures.
    Relation: ELT and E-learning in an Electronic Age: Issues and Alternatives
    Appears in Collections:[教育科技學系暨研究所] 會議論文

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