Special Issue: IoT in Flipped Classrooms for Modern Education

Special Issue on “IoT in Flipped Classrooms for Modern Education

Theme and Scope

Internet of things (IoT) in Flipped classrooms is the most creative form of modern education in which the global curriculum system takes special consideration. It explores the impact on student learning and improvement based on organized computer-assisted interactive idea mapping, as it is used as an in-class Auxiliary IoT tools in flipped classroom teaching for modern education. It adopts a quasi-experimental approach to evaluate instructional methods based on conventional lessons in the classroom in which students answer and address questions as one section of the class. In another category, the instruction in the tutorial classrooms utilizes formal collective visualization of ideas and addresses misconceptions in modern education. The advent of IoT in modern teaching strategies fulfills the requirements and priorities to understand the subject. IoT technologies have great potential for improving the educational quality for the welfare of students’ community. Hence, other than education values or inventing libraries or researching the field, the IoT has attracted enthusiastic educational professionals due to flipped classroom concepts using Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR), or secure education spaces for the modern education system.

The application of instructional data mining and learning processing has been continually taken into account with the advent of IoT in Flipped Classroom Models and the accelerated growth of research analyses to take advantage of learner data to optimize the process. Some data collected from the behavior of students and Flipped Classroom instructors have made it possible to perform a range of Learning Analytics algorithms, and Data Mining focused on evidence and self-sustaining learning. A significant educational challenge in the conventional lectures has been overcome by the accelerated proliferation of IoT technology, which helps the modern education system in the area of Science, Technology, Engineering, and medicine (STEM).

However, IoT Flipped classrooms for modern education can effectively allow students to become efficient in learning in the future, and help students to gain real experience. Futuristic significance of IoT Technology has been utilized in educational institutions, as it can be the key driver to enhance educational outcomes.

Thus, emerging techniques used by creative educational methods are allowing significant research activities have been focused on this particular issue. Submissions should consist of novel ideas, original results, theoretical and applied research in following topics, but not

limited to:

  • IoT assisted approaches for academic enhancement in flipped classroom management.
  • learning approaches to improve education experiences using IoT assistance
  • IoT based automated smart tracking systems for modern educational systems
  • Personalized learning using IoT technological solution
  • Task-based learning for smart education using AR and VR on the IoT platform
  • IoT based virtual flipped classrooms for modern education
  • Remote laboratories for modern education system using AR and VR on IoT platform
  • IoT assisted interactive teaching for modern education
  • IoT based Flipped classroom technologies in Practices of innovative training
  • Remote IoT learning applications in modern education research
  • IoT-based application performance management for the cost-effective modern educational process
  • IoT computing technology resources and repositories for the flipped classrooms
  • Futuristic IoT-learning systems for the flipped classroom
  • IoT assisted Artificial intelligence-powered modern educational research

 

Instructions for Manuscripts

Each paper, written in English, the maximum words number in each paper should be below 8,000 words, including references and illustrations. More information can be found at http://jit.ndhu.edu.tw . Before submission authors should carefully read over the journal’s Author Guidelines, which are located at https://jit.ndhu.edu.tw/about/submissions#authorGuidelines . Prospective authors should submit an electronic copy of their complete manuscript through the journal Manuscript Tracking System at https://mc04.manuscriptcentral.com/internet-techWhen submitting papers, authors should specify that the manuscript is for Special Issue on “IoT in Flipped Classrooms for Modern Education”. The manuscript template can be found at https://jit.ndhu.edu.tw/about/submissions#authorGuidelines .

 

Important dates       

Paper Submission Deadline: 28.02.2021

Author Notification:             08.05.2021

Revised Papers Submission: 28.07.2021

Final Acceptance:                25.09.2021   

Tentative Publication Date:   31.12.2021                                                                   

 

Guest Editors

Dr. Vijayalakshmi Saravanan

Rochester Institute of Technology, United States

Ryerson University, Canada

Official Email: vsavse@rit.edu ; vsaravan@rnet.ryerson.ca

Dr. Sujatha Krishnamoorthy

Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science,

Wenzhou - Kean University, China

Official Email:  krishnsu@wku.edu.cn 

Dr. Xuyun Zhang

Senior Lecturer, Department of Computing

Macquarie University, Australia

Official Email:  xuyun.zhang@mq.edu.au