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Title Comparative analysis of ICT in education between China and Central and Eastern European countries / Dejian Liu, Ronghuai Huang, Bojan Lalic, Haijun Zeng, Nikola Zivlak, editors
Published Singapore : Springer, 2020

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Series Lecture notes in educational technology, 2196-4963
Lecture notes in educational technology.
Contents Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- 1 Report on ICT in Education in China -- 1.1 Overview of the Country -- 1.1.1 The Geography -- 1.1.2 Population Situation -- 1.1.3 Current Situation of Economic Development -- 1.1.4 China-CEEC "16+1" Cooperation Framework -- 1.2 Overview of the Educational Development -- 1.2.1 Education System and Policy -- 1.2.2 Students and Teachers' Profiles -- 1.2.3 Enrollment Rate and Retention Rate -- 1.2.4 Government Expenditure on Education -- 1.2.5 Education Research -- 1.2.6 Teachers' Professional Development -- 1.3 New Progress of ICT in Education
1.3.1 ICT's Contribution to Education -- 1.3.2 ICT Infrastructure -- 1.3.3 Digital Educational Resources -- 1.3.4 ICT Supported Learning and Teaching -- 1.3.5 ICT Integration into Practices -- 1.3.6 Future Development of ICT in Education -- 1.4 Policy and Strategy of ICT -- 1.4.1 Policies Related Educational Informationalization in Recent Years -- 1.4.2 ICT Financing Resource -- References -- 2 Report on ICT in Education in Albania -- 2.1 Overview of the Country -- 2.1.1 The Geography -- 2.1.2 The Political System -- 2.1.3 The Current Situation of Economic Development
2.1.4 The Status Quo of Technologies -- 2.2 Overview of the Educational Development -- 2.2.1 Education System -- 2.2.2 Students and Teachers' Profiles -- 2.2.3 Enrollment Rate and Retention Rate -- 2.2.4 Government Expenditure on Education -- 2.2.5 Education Research -- 2.2.6 Teachers' Professional Development -- 2.3 New Progress of ICT in Education -- 2.3.1 History of ICT in Education in Albania -- 2.3.2 Infrastructure -- 2.3.3 Educational Resources -- 2.3.4 Learning and Teaching -- 2.3.5 ICT Integration into Practices -- 2.4 Policy and Strategy of ICT -- 2.4.1 ICT Financing Resource
2.4.2 Policies-Related Educational Informationalization -- References -- 3 Report on ICT in Education in Bosnia and Herzegovina -- 3.1 Overview of the Country -- 3.1.1 History and Geography -- 3.1.2 Political System -- 3.1.3 Current Situation of Economic Development -- 3.1.4 The Status Quo of Science and Technologies -- 3.1.5 The Status Quo of Social and Cultural Development -- 3.1.6 The Relationship with China Under the "16+1" Cooperation Framework -- 3.2 Overview of the Educational Development -- 3.2.1 Education System and Policy -- 3.2.2 Enrollment Rate and Retention Rate
3.2.3 Government Expenditure on Education -- 3.2.4 Teachers' Professional Development -- 3.2.5 Quality Assurance in Education -- 3.3 New Progress of ICT in Education -- 3.3.1 Educational Background in Bosnia and Herzegovina -- 3.3.2 Informational Technology Assist Teaching -- 3.4 Policy and Strategy of ICT -- 4 Report on ICT in Education in the Republic of Bulgaria -- 4.1 Overview of the Country -- 4.1.1 History and Geography -- 4.1.2 The Population Situation -- 4.1.3 The Political System -- 4.1.4 The Current Situation of Economic Development -- 4.1.5 The Status Quo of Science and Technologies
Summary This book presents the status quo of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Education, with a focus on China and the 17 Central and Eastern European Countries (CEECs), including Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia (the "17+1" cooperation mechanism, as an incubator for pragmatic trans-regions cooperation platform, created by China and the 17 CEECs). With recent advances in ICT in China and the CEECs, it has assumed increasingly important roles in education, including the improvement of the quality of teaching and learning, as well as the promotion of equity in education. The significant contribution of ICT in education is an enabler to achieving the goals of the "17+1 cooperation" mechanism between China and the CEECs, which has attracted considerable attention worldwide, given fresh impetus to cooperation between the two parties, and opened a new chapter in China-CEEC cooperation. The contributors, all of whom hail from these 18 countries, describe the state-of-the-art of ICT in education in their respective country, and focus on three major aspects, namely: the country profile, general status of education development, and ICT in education. In turn, leading experts in educational informatization research compare the situations in different countries. Taken together, the papers offer valuable insights for policymakers and educators on how to integrate ICT into educational processes, and on inter-regional cooperation with regard to ICT in education
Subject Education -- Data processing.
Educational technology -- China
Educational technology -- Europe, Central
Educational technology -- Europe, Eastern
Computer-assisted instruction.
Computer-Assisted Instruction
Educational equipment & technology, computer-aided learning (Calif.)
Education.
Education -- Computers & Technology.
Education -- Comparative.
Computer-assisted instruction.
Education -- Data processing.
Educational technology.
Central Europe.
China.
Eastern Europe.
Genre/Form Electronic books
Form Electronic book
Author Liu, Dejian
Huang, Ronghuai.
Lalic, Bojan.
Zeng, Haijun.
Zivlak, Nikola
ISBN 9789811568794
9811568790