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2008, Vol.4, No.2

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    Investigation on the Post National System Centered Approach about Lifelong Education

    허준 | 2008, 4(2) | pp.1~22 | number of Cited : 6
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    This study focuses on the critique about the 'national system centered approach' for the lifelong education, and I try to investigate on the 'post national system centered approach'. The lifelong education system constructed by a state, which might end up with control over learning, can raise up the excessive formalisation of learning and the learning alienation. Civil society theory can offer meaningful perspectives about areas relatively free from a state's control but has limits in that it underestimates state's roles and civil society and learning society are not the same. In this point, post national system approach should include those 5 kinds of main principles, 1) a variety of 'Learning Style', 2) 'Complex System' constructing by negotiation and conflicts among a state, a civil society, and a market, 3) 'Everyday Life' as a theoretical foundation , 4) 'Educational Values' and 5) the promotion of 'Right to Learn' and overcoming the 'Learning Alienation', while refusing to the realization of the lifelong educational philosophy by the state monopoly. I think that this approach provides the theoretical framework to reflect on lifelong education controled by a state, ultimately a meaningful perspective for constructing learning society in the future.
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    A Study on the Function of Assessment for Teaching-Learning Integration in Distance Open University

    Jisoo Kim | 2008, 4(2) | pp.23~37 | number of Cited : 0
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    This is a research that assessment contributes to the integration of teaching and learning at distance open universities. Assessment has the functions both diagnosis and grading. The function of diagnosis is to diagnose about the situation of advancing on student's studies and subject management. The other function of grading gives a rank or a grade to students as measuring the accomplishment of student's studies. However, distance open universities have concentrated on getting strictness higher in assessment, and they have been shown a tendency that as using the function of diagnosis each individual professors and students takes responsibility. At this point, many students tend to study only for examination. It has influenced on process of teaching and learning is separated at distance open universities. The problem, teaching and learning are separated, would get solved as making function of diagnosis operate well. There are few important things to change to corporate teaching and learning. First, the combination of curriculum and assessment should be raised. It is possible when developing assessment progresses together with developing curriculum. Second, assessment should be developed to work practically at distance open universities. To carry out the plan, it positively needs to think using the newest ICT. Finally, it is supposed to get ready to make the feedback system for making practical application of the result of assessment. Distance open universities should concentrate on the unification of teaching and learning, especially, it's very important to work the function of assessment during the period.
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    A study on the Lifelong Education Programs in Civil Organizations Based on the Social Capital

    Choi Un-Shil | 윤선영 | 2008, 4(2) | pp.39~70 | number of Cited : 6
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    Interests in social capital has increased in many academic fields recently. The Purpose of this study is to analyze the civil education programs in civil organization for examining the educational implication and relationship with lifelong education through concept of social capital. This study assumes that lifelong education contributes to the development of social capital which includes network, trust, civil engagement. To examine the relationship between lifelong education and social capital, this study analyze the lifelong education in civil organizations using elements of social capital, network, trust, civil engagement. In this analysis, some meaningful results are founded. First, the lifelong education program of Canaan Farmhand School shows the largest rate in network of social capital. Second, the lifelong education program of Dosan Academy includes the largest rate in trust of social capital. Third, the civil engagement is included in the lifelong education program of YMCA. Implication of this study is that lifelong education in civil organizations includes elements of social capital. In addition, learning has keen relations with social capital, also learning network can affect the creation of social capital. It means lifelong education and social capital have interrelationship.
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    A Preliminary Analysis on the Feasibility of TV Media for Vocational Education and Training

    SOO YOUNG LEE | 2008, 4(2) | pp.71~88 | number of Cited : 1
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    The purpose of the study was to investigate the feasibility of TV media programs on vocational education and training. We conducted a preliminary survey on the usage of vocational TV media program in terms of education and training program needs, perception change on vocation, and vocational information service In the result, we found that the respondents expressed the concerns regarding the necessity of vocational TV media program, job employment information, counselling of vocation, and the employment insurance. Finally, we suggested some discussion and implications for the feasibility of vocational TV media program
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    Applying Human Performance Technology Model for Improving the Performance of Reserve Service in A University Library as Lifelong Learning Institution

    박경희 | LEE, YOUNG-MIN | 2008, 4(2) | pp.89~108 | number of Cited : 1
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    The purpose of this study was to improve the performance of Reserve Service in A university library, by applying the HPT(Human Performance Technology) model to Reserve Service. With this approach, main problems of Reserve Service and their causes can be tracked for the appropriate solutions. For this study, a four-stage procedure can be established, following ISPI(International Society for Performance Improvement) in HPT model, that is Issue finding, root cause analysis, and solution finding. The result shows the gap between expected and present level of Reserve Service. The problems were derived from the first individual interview session of user and librarian. After the first focused group interview session, the problems were determined, and through the second individual interview session the problems were prioritized and their causes were drawn. And then the causes were categorized and prioritized according to Gilbert’s BEM model on the second focused group interview session. On the third individual interview session the resolutions were drawn. And these resolutions were prioritized on the third focused group interview session.
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    An Empirical Study on the Index of Participation Condition and Desire for Life-long Learning - Focused on the People in Seogu Incheon Metropolitan City -

    CHONG SOO KIM | 김명숙 | 2008, 4(2) | pp.109~132 | number of Cited : 1
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    Because the quantity of knowledge and information is increasing tremendously because of the development of science and technology nowadays, and there are limits to being adapted to the 21st century knowledge-based society changing rapidly through the formal school education alone, we must continue to learn all through the life. Also, it is necessary to give the educational opportunity that they can be educated whenever at the time they want to for the underprivileged that cannot receive educational benefits at the level of welfare state realization. Furthermore, Life-long Learning is required also as the course of self-realization through self development and achievement. Life-long Learning is to support to be able to apply those things with self-confidence, creativity and pleasure under all the roles, environments and situations by acquiring all the knowledge, values and technologies being required throughout their life. This treatise is for presenting the promotion plan for Life-long Learning to improve the quality of life by combining them with the residents' real life by realizing Life-long Learning society and providing various and beneficial Life-long Learning information and opportunity for the residents through the positive survey and analysis for the resident's participation condition and desire for Life-long Learning program that Life-long Learning facility situated in Seogu, Incheon Metropolitan City provides.
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    Campus Content: An Infrastructure for Sharing and Reuse of Teaching Experience and e-Content

    Bernd J. Krämer | 2008, 4(2) | pp.133~156 | number of Cited : 0
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    Investments in the development of high-quality learning content are often lost and successful applications of pedagogical designs are difficult to find and adapt to other contexts because individuals and groups work in isolation. They also lack effective means to codify and share their assets with peers teaching in the same or a similar subject area. CampusContent is a DFG-funded center of excellence for e-learning that develops methods andfacilitating the exchange and concerted development of learning content and pedagogic expertise. This article sketches core methodological and technical contributions of this project and examines their potential to improve distance education. For open and distance teaching practitioners sharing and reuse educational knowledge is of particular concern because the designand implementation of computer-based interactive learning (support) environments require efforts that extend the resources they usually have available.