Centro integrado de e-Learning y educación en STEM en Asia: una reflexión desde la experiencia de investigación en Taiwán y Vietnam

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Chun- Yen Chang https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2373-2004
Pei- Ling Lin https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3028-9231
Nguyễn Thị Tố Khuyên https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3592-0969


Objetivo: Este artículo describe el plan de implementación, avance y direcciones futuras del centro de investigación académica y educativa eLISE (e-Learning Integrated STEM Education Center) cuya fundación, pretende estrechar la colaboración entre Taiwán y Vietnam en e-Learning y educación en STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) en el marco de la Nueva Política hacia el Sur, un proyecto a largo plazo propuesto por el Gobierno Taiwanés que busca el fortalecimiento de las relaciones entre los países surasiáticos.

Originalidad/aporte: Aporta a la reflexión sobre la promoción de la cooperación internacional en innovación, investigación científica y tecnológica, así como en el análisis de políticas públicas guiadas hacia la innovación en e-Learning y educación en STEM.

Método/estrategias de recolección de información: Las etapas del proceso de investigación e innovación fueron: (1) Módulo y material de innovación e-Learning y educación: aplicación de test, talleres de formación de profesores y entrevistas (2) Innovación e-Learning y evaluación STEM mediante observación de CloudClassRoom, además de Gamified Electronic Audio Response System y Google Bert.

Conclusiones: La descripción de la implementación de eLISE, la explicación del desarrollo de currículos innovadores y la implementación de los talleres de profesores, así como el intercambio de talentos y la cooperación entre industria y academia releva la importancia de cultivar talentos y fuerzas de trabajo educados en e-Learning y STEM que busquen el desarrollo regional y la prosperidad para Taiwán y Vietnam.

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