ICT strategies in Education Sector : a global competitiveness framework for Peru = 교육에서 ICT 전략 : 페루를 위한 국제 경쟁력 프레임워크a global competitiveness framework for Peru

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dc.contributor.advisorRho, Jae-Jeung-
dc.contributor.authorMaldonado, Ursula Paola Torres-
dc.contributor.author말떠나떠, 울수라 바어라 떠레스-
dc.description학위논문(석사) - 한국과학기술원 : IT경영학과 학제간 프로그램, 2010.2, [ vii, 41 p. ]-
dc.description.abstractIntegrating ICT in education can help nations to achieve educational outcomes and global competitiveness. Previously, several approaches have been proposed to integrate ICT in education; however, no single integrative framework addressing global competitiveness has been presented previosly. On the other hand, Peruvian government has been integrating ICT in education for more than five years; however, its educational outcomes are still not globally competitive. Thus, the purpose of this study is 1) to propose an ICT integrative educational framework focused on global competitiveness 2) to give useful recommendations to government of Peru for integrating ICTs in basic education, and 3) to propose a 5 years-road map for integrating ICT in Peruvian education. In order to achieve the above mentioned purpose, we revised international reports and papers which address the issues of integrating ICTs in education, importance of education for a knowledge economy, ICT integrative educational frameworks, and the 21st century capabilities required to achieve global competition in education. Moreover, we went through the cases of global competitive countries to learn from their best practices. Finally, we conducted a SWOT analysis of Peruvian education and ICT status for proposing a 5 years-roadmap for integrating ICT in education in Peru. As a result of our study, we concluded that integrating ICT in education is a complex process and that ICT integrative educational frameworks should have components such as 21st century capabilities, stages, input and output factors. Indeed, Peru could learn from other countries´ experiences for instance it may consider the “micro-center” approach in rural areas used by Chilean government. Furthermore, based on the best practice of Chile, S. Korea, and Finland, we recommend that Peruvian government should design policies to facilitate collaborative environment among students, teacher, private sector, and government while integrating...eng
dc.subjectGlobal Competitiveness-
dc.subject글로벌 경쟁력을-
dc.titleICT strategies in Education Sector : a global competitiveness framework for Peru = 교육에서 ICT 전략 : 페루를 위한 국제 경쟁력 프레임워크-
dc.title.alternativea global competitiveness framework for Peru-
dc.identifier.CNRN418859/325007 -
dc.description.department한국과학기술원 : IT경영학과 학제간 프로그램, -
dc.contributor.localauthorRho, Jae-Jeung-
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