The Development and Demonstration of Creative Education Programs Focused on Intelligent Information Technology

Yuri Hwang, Eunsun Choi, Namje Park


To appropriately react to the swift development and changes of technologies these days, the need for creative teaching and learning has been increased. Making learners equip digital literacy of intelligent information has become necessary. This paper focused on three promising technologies that artificial intelligence humanities, forensic science, and digital therapeutics from intelligent information technology. We designed educational programs and applied the programs to 596 elementary and secondary school students in Korea. The objective of these programs was to promote the creativity of learners by using numerous techniques in thinking creatively and exploring newly emerging careers in the fields of intelligent information technology. To find out the educational effect, we tested the study's subjects for their satisfaction with education and their creativity. As a result of the study, the scores regarding the satisfaction of students engaged in the programs was high (M=4.18, SD=0.48), and the score on their creativity was also high (M=4.05, SD=0.38). These educational programs also showed high satisfaction and creativity scores regardless of school level. Accordingly, we suggest that the learning contents and concepts of intelligent information technology might be worthy of being applied across elementary and secondary school practices. From the result that the satisfaction, we found that it was necessary to improve quality of the artificial intelligence humanities program. Also, supplementary and advanced related activities are needed toward enhancing learner motivation and satisfaction.

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