This volume brings together advanced concepts from leading academic scientists, educationalists, administrative policymakers, and researchers on their experiences and research results on many aspects of digital educational methods and teaching practices. It provides an interdisciplinary compilation of recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as the challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of digital pedagogies and educational design.
It is becoming increasingly important to develop adaptive, robust, scalable, and digital teaching-learning mechanisms in academics. This volume addresses this need by discussing the advancements in flipped and blended learning, student- and teacher-centric learning in technical institutes, critical digital pedagogies, and the complex analyses and collaborations with organizations outside the academy. This book also deals with protocols for educational and administrative policies, IoT-based teaching-learning methodology, teaching education and the process of assessment, testing and evaluation, integration of technology with digital education, and different case study-based approaches in digital teaching-learning methodology.
Table of Contents
1. Chatbots in Higher Education: Adapting the Educational Transformation Cycle
Sandra Gudino Paredes and Felipe de Jesús Jasso Peña
2. Digitalization in Education: A Shift in Learning, Teaching, and Pedagogue Development
Vinod Kumar Kanvaria
3. Building Interactive E-Textbooks to Assist Students in Self-Learning and Self-Discovery
Trung Tran and Giang Nguyen Ngoc
4. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Teaching: Principles and Paradigms
Bui Thi Thanh Huong, Pham Thi Kim Giang, and Nguyen Thi Thuy Quynh
5. Using Kotobee E-Book Design and Software in Teaching Chemistry in High Schools
Vu Thi Thu Hoai and Pham Thi Kim Giang
6. Teaching English through Technologized Visual Cultures to Engineering and Management Students: An Effective Means for Skill Development in the Teaching and Learning Process
7. Building and Using Virtual Chemical Labs in High School Chemistry Teaching
Vu Thi Thu Hoai and Vu Thu Trang
8. Digital Education: Trends and Perspectives in Teacher Education in Vietnam
Nguyen Thi Linh Yen, Ton Quang Cuong, and Ton Nguyen Minh Uyen
9. 4Ei–Digital Pedagogy Model for Teacher Education
R. S. S. Nehru
Souvik Pal, PhD, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Brainware University, Kolkata, India. He formerly worked as an Assistant Professor at the Nalanda Institute of Technology, Bhubaneswar, and the JIS College of Engineering, Kolkata, India. He has also worked as head of the Computer Science Department at Elitte College of Engineering, Kolkata. Dr. Pal has published several research papers in Scopus-indexed international journals and conferences and has edited several books. He is also the author of a book on cloud computing. He has served at many conferences as chair and keynote speaker, and he also has chaired international conference sessions and presented session talks internationally.
Ton Quang Cuong, PhD, is Dean of the Faculty of Educational Technology at the University of Education at Vietnam National University, Hanoi. Dr. Cuong has extensive teaching experience in teacher education, educational technology, and management skills. As the Head of the Department of Educational Technology, Learning Theories and Instructional Technology, he is responsible for the development of curricula, learning methodology and technology, and leadership and management instruction.
R. S. S. Nehru, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Education at Sikkim University, Gangtok, Sikkim, India. Dr. Nehru has published books as the main and co-author and more than 30 edited book chapters related to education and educational technologies as well as several research papers in Scopus-indexed national and international journals and conferences. He is an editorial board member for two multidisciplinary international journals. Dr. Nehru has served at many conferences as chair, keynote speaker, co-chair, and resource person for national workshops on multidisciplinary research.