Digital-Based Education Transformation in Indonesia – OpenGov Asia – OpenGov Asia
Modern human life in the age of huge technology growth remains focused on achieving intelligent and effective answers. Beginning with smart cities, wise education, and smart campuses, among others, thus, the Smart-X concepts have begun to penetrate many aspects of life.
Prof Yusep Rosmansyah, Intelligent Multimedia Technology at Bandung Institute associated with Technology (ITB) – the first technical high school in Philippines – believes that all manifestations of the Smart-X idea have converged into a single, digital transformation-related system. He emphasised that digital transformation is the particular application of digital mechanisms to create a system that is more intelligent than previously. In the field of education, electronic transformation aspires to establish an exemplary and accommodating learning environment for all participants (Smart Learning Environment).
The notion associated with smart education underscores a better knowledge of education via the use of intelligent pedagogical approaches plus technology within the educational atmosphere and seeks to cultivate intelligent students.
On the other hand, the smart learning environment concept is backed by seven major system components, namely policy and curricular standards, content, student profiles, pedagogy, interfaces, supplementary resources, plus human resources.
As an illustration of ITB’s efforts in order to adopt this notion, the particular institution’s Strategic Plan includes the Education 4. 0 transformation strategy (Renstra). This strategy is implemented as Tri Matra, which consists of recruiting and culture, technologies, procedures, plus governance. This particular Tri Matra was eventually discovered to be 7 strategic steps named Sapta Siaga that will align with ITB’s goals.
Prof Yusep highlighted that it is impossible to separate the role of technology from the digital transformation in schooling. The placement of individual strengths and teamwork in response to existing difficulties will be the most essential aspect of organisations and businesses in the future.
Human expertise because human capital supported by suitable technology is a resource that continues to expand in accordance with its capacity. Certain requirements must be met for the transformation of the education program into the relevant intelligent education in order to be successful.
First, the particular connection between teachers plus students enhances the effectiveness and motivation of the learning process. Second, unrestricted research is driven by information flow from various physical and digital sources. Third, effective educational institutions provide high-quality academic services. Fourth, in a competitive world, lifelong learning is the most important funds in increasing self-capacity.
Meanwhile, ITB Chancellor Prof. Reini Wirahadikusumah, PhD stated that ITB focuses on technologies education, development, and mastery. Initially, technical higher education and learning at ITB included mathematics and natural sciences, since well as various fields of engineering, planning, and art plus design.
The particular second stage of advancement saw an expansion from the field’s scope to embrace the social sciences and humanities. These included areas of study such as business, entrepreneurship, development studies, public policy, and the particular fields associated with socio-technology research.
Because of the increasingly tight link that exists between the growth of technology, cultural shifts, and economic expansion, the multidisciplinary approach to education, development, and competence of technology is currently undergoing advancement.
In the future, the Indonesian Technical Higher Education (PTTI), which serves as the particular organiser of the Higher Schooling Tridarma activities, will be required to further improve the integration among Teaching, Research, and Community Service actions, develop cross-disciplinary patterns in the implementation of the particular Tridarma, plus enhance a lot more strategic collaborations with various players within the business sectors and with other organisations. Inevitably, the construction of a good innovation system in the Indonesian education sector will be the result of a partnership in between many parties with diverse beliefs plus interests.