Evolution Is not enough: Revolutionizing Current Learning Environments to Smart Learning Environments

@article{Kinshuk2016EvolutionIN,
  title={Evolution Is not enough: Revolutionizing Current Learning Environments to Smart Learning Environments},
  author={Kinshuk and Nian-Shing Chen and I-Ling Cheng and Sie Wai Chew},
  journal={International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education},
  year={2016},
  volume={26},
  pages={561-581}
}
  • Kinshuk, N. Chen, +1 author S. Chew
  • Published 17 February 2016
  • Computer Science
  • International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education
Advances in technology in recent years have changed the learning behaviors of learners and reshaped teaching methods. This had resulted in several challenges faced by current educational systems, such as an increased focus on informal learning, a growing gap of prior knowledge among students in classrooms and a mismatch between individual career choices and the development of the work force. This paper looks at these challenges with a view towards revolutionizing current learning environments… Expand

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