Professor Kil Hyun KwonDirector of Center for Excellence on Learning & Teaching
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Korea
KIL HYUN KWON
Professor, Department of Mathematical Sciences, KAIST (S. KOREA)
1983 Ph.D., Mathematics, Rutgers University (New Jersey, U.S.A.)
1992.9 - 1993.7 Visiting Associate Professor, Utah State University
1983.9 - 1985.8 Assistant Professor, Univ. of Oklahoma
2004.8 - 2006.8 Dean, College of Natural Sciences, KAIST
2009.2 - 2009.12 Deputy Director, National Institute of Mathematical Sciences
2009.1 – 2010.12 Vice President, Korean Mathematical Society
2000.11 – present member of Korean Academy of Science and Engineering
2015.3 – present Dean, KAIST Academy
2015.9 – present Director of Center for Excellence on Learning & Teaching
1992 received Outstanding Research Award from KAIST
1999 received Academic Achievement Award from Korean Math Soc.
2000 received Promotion of Science and Technology Award from City Daejeon
2006 received Grand Prix for the Best Teaching from KAIST
2016 received Education Award from Korean Math Soc.
11:30 AM [Case Study] Education 3.0 - the Revolutionary Teaching and Learning System Developed at KAIST
KAIST is ranked the most innovative university in Asia (August 2016, Thomson Reuters). The university has developed Education 3.0, an innovative pedagogy and instructional strategies to place the emphasis on flipped learning and discussion within the classroom. The revolutionary pedagogy and instructional approach offers students the freedom in learning, facilitates globalized, integrated and interactive learning by using online learning contents, and well structured discussion frameworks. Based on the various collected data, KAIST strives to gain insights and make further development to the Education 3.0 initiative. This session will highlight the development of Education 3.0, how to increase its adoption and increase productivity of learning.