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Title: A Research on Establishing A Network Structure of International IP Video Conferencing and Evaluating the Multi-site Real-time Interactive Courses with Schools Around the World
Authors: Liao, Chin-Wen;Lu, Chien-Yu
Contributors: 工業教育與技術學系
Keywords: Energy Education;Synchronous Video Curriculum;E-learning;Standard Operating Procedure (SOP)
Date: 2008-06
Issue Date: 2012-08-27T10:35:46Z
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society Washington
Abstract: The aim of this study is to understand the actual results of the implementation of installing distance video curriculum information network software and hardware, the development of English language distance video teaching curriculum and material based on energy education, and the establishment of synchronous video curriculum teaching activities. Based on the requirement of long distance video curriculum teaching activities, study on quasi-experiments, expert conferences, focused group discussions and surveys with questionnaires were used as methods of study. The students enrolled in NDSHS (hereinafter referred to as NDSHS) English course were selected as subjects for the study. They participated in multiple parties transnational multiple video curriculum teaching activities with schools from the United States of America and Japan. They experienced the beauty of cultural diversity and energy education; applied their creative thinking, problem solving, and the ability for teamwork skills. Hence, they have opened the gate of opportunity for international educational and academic exchange. The main results of this study are: (1) Assist NDSHS with installing software and hardware equipments for distance teaching information network, thereby expanding into the processing of synchronous video curriculum teaching activities; (2) explore the value of the direction this study is heading and to accumulate teaching experience, develop a set of English language distance video teaching curriculum and material based on the subject of energy education; (3) develop a Standard Operating Procedure (hereinafter referred to as SOP) for the lead in of distance video connection and SOP for distance video connection technology, and provide it for the subjects of the study so that they can independently operate the distance video curriculum teaching activities; (4) promote distance video teaching, its benefit lies in providing synchronous video curriculum and multiple cultural exchange that crosses national boundaries and time zones. In addition to the connection of students with schools from multiple nations, the teachers themselves are able to, through the video conference system, engage in academic studies with teachers from various nations, participate in international research conferences and publish their paper without being restricted by time and space. Regardless of educators or pupils, they can all expand their worldview, develop international values, and strengthen their abilities to connect to the world. Key words: energy education, synchronous video curriculum, e-learning, standard operating procedure (SOP)
Relation: 2008 International Conference on Innovative on Computing, Information and Control, in Dalian, China, June 18-20, 2008
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