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Three Dimensions Of Smart Education

Vladimir Tikhomirov, Natalia Dneprovskaya, Ekaterina Yankovskaya
Published 2015 · Computer Science

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Many principles of smart education are not explained now because of ambiguity of this concept. The system of key features of smart education is proposed in this article. It is one of possible ways to create the well-rounded paradigm of smart education. It means that it is necessary to take into account different aspects of this phenomenon, not only ICT components. Educational projects, which represent the vast majority of key components of smart education, can be regarded as the parts of smart educational trend. Three of the most important components – main dimensions of smart education - are identified and analyzed in this paper: educational outcomes, ICT, and organizational dimensions.
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