4th International Workshop on "Technology-Transformed Learning: Going Beyond the One-to-One Model?"
Bridging the Past and the Future of the Research in Seamless Learning
Mobile Supported Flipped Instruction and Learning
Analysis of Ubiquitous Learning Logs in the Context of Science Communications in a Museum
Hiroaki OGATA, Kousuke MOURI, Mayumi BONO, Ayami JOH, Katsuya TAKANASHI, Akihiro OSAKI, Hiromi OCHIAI, Yuko MORITA
Developing a Professional Development Model for Science Teachers to Implement a Mobilized Science Curriculum
Daner SUN, Chee-Kit LOOI, Yen Lin Jenny LEE, Jessy Pui Shiong NG
Enhancing outside-class learning using ubiquitous learning log system
Noriko UOSAKI, Hiroaki OGATA, Mengmeng LI, Bin HOU, Kousuke MOURI
Teacher Thinking and Affordances of TouchPad Technology: An Ongoing Study of Teacher Adoption of iPads in Higher Education
Daniel CHURCHILL, Jie LU, Tianchong WANG
Call for Papers
Held in Conjunction with: International Conference on Computers in Education 2013
Conference Dates & Venue:
November 18, 2013 (Monday) –
November 22, 2013 (Friday)
Bali Island, Indonesia
*** All workshop papers will be put into a consolidated ICCE 2013 Workshop Proceedings with ISBN number, and will be indexed by Elsevier Bibliographic Databases (e.g., Scopus, Engineering Village and others). ***
The workshop is a follow-up of the last three ICCEs’ workshops of the same title. The advancement of personal computing devices, from personal computers to mobile devices, has been gradually changing the landscape of the technology-transformed learning. This facilitates the incorporation of one-to-one computing into education and opens up endless possibilities of the design and enactment of innovative teaching and learning models (or the enhancement of pre-existing models), such as perpetual and ubiquitous learning, personalized learning, authentic and contextualized learning, seamless learning, rapid knowledge co-construction, among others. This leads to the further empowerment of the learners in deciding what, where, when, and how they would learn, and whom they would learn with/from. After the initial hype, however, there have been voices within the researcher community to reassess the notion of one-to-one computing in classroom and informal learning, such as whether one-to-one settings may impact peer collaboration and teachers' roles, the issues of student and social readiness, as well as the explorations of alternative or hybrid settings of many-to-one, one-to-many, many-to-many, and one-to-one configurations.
The aim of this workshop is to provide a forum where international participants can share knowledge, experiences and concerns on the one-to-one technology-transformed learning and explore directions for future research collaborations.
Basic Themes and Topics (but not restricted to):
* Theories behind one-to-one TEL
* One-to-one TEL pedagogy and learning design
* Constructions of one-to-one TEL infrastructure
* Government and school policies for one-to-one TEL
* Socio-cultural perspectives and implications of one-to-one TEL
* Teachers’ professional development for translation and scaling up of one-to-one TEL models
* One-to-one TEL for self-directed, collaborative and socio-constructivist learning
* Seamless learning: theories, infrastructure, pedagogy, practices, parental and community factors
* One-to-one TEL on special platforms, e.g., GroupScribbles, Web 2.0
* Issues in one-to-one TEL in computer lab settings (e.g., labs with
One-to-one access Personal Computers)
* Studies on Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) model
* Studies on one-to-one technology enhanced flipped classrooms
* Comparative studies between one-to-one, many-to-one, one-to-many,
many-to-many and/or hybrid settings
Submission deadline for workshop papers: August 19, 2013
Acceptance notification of workshop papers: September 2, 2013
Final camera-ready version due for workshop papers: September 23, 2013
You may submit a long paper (8-10 pages) or a short paper (5-6 pages). Please format it according to the template “Authors Guidelines” (http://icce2013bali.org/datacenter/ICCE2013PublicationsFormat.doc).
Abstract submissions are NOT acceptable.
Please submit your paper to the workshop Paper Submission System http://pss.cl.ncu.edu.tw/icce2013workshop/ by August 31, 2013 <extended>. Our workshop ID is "W2".
Each paper will be reviewed by at least 2 reviewers.
Lung-Hsiang Wong is a Senior Research Scientist at Learning Sciences Laboratory, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. His research interests are lying on mobile learning and seamless learning, ICT in Chinese Language learning, Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL), and in-service teachers' professional development. He is the chair of Classroom, Ubiquitous and Mobile Technology-Enhance Learning Special Interest Group (CUMTEL SIG), Asia Pacific Society for Computers in Education. Apart from publishing numerous papers on mobile learning on top-tier journals, he is now co-editing a book on mobile seamless learning (one of the first books on the topic in the world) to be published by Springer.
Yanjie Song is a Lecturer at Department of Mathematics and Information Technology. She received her PhD in mobile technology applications in education at the University of Hong Kong. She is currently teaching and researching on mobile technologies in education and society. Prior to becoming a Lecturer, she was involved in a few research projects in terms of seamless learning, collaborative learning and knowledge building. She has published a number of peer reviewed papers on mobile technology educational research, ranging from book chapters and journal papers to international conference papers.
Ching-Kun Hsu is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Technology Application and Human Resource Development in National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan. Her research interests include computer-assisted language learning, mobile learning, personalized learning and educational technology. She has published in several SSCI-listed journals. She was awarded a government scholarship by Ministry of Education for studying abroad in 2011, and bagged the Winhoe Award for Best Graduate Student Paper in the 15th International CALL Research Conference in 2012. She also receives the Special Outstanding Talent Award from February 2013 to January 2014 in Taiwan.
International Program Committee Members
- Ivica BOTICKI, University of Zagreb, Croatia
- Maiga CHANG, Athabasca University, Canada
- Kwok Shing CHENG, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong
- Hui-Chun CHU, Soochow University, Taiwan
- Gwo-Jen HWANG, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
- Morris JONG, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
- Chen-Chung LIU, National Central University, Taiwan
- Jie LU, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
- Wan NG, University of New South Wales, Australia
- Hiroaki OGATA, Tokushima University, Japan
- Nuno OTERO, Linneaus University, Sweden
- Daner SUN, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
- Jane YAU, Malmö University, Sweden