Yıl: 2019 Cilt: 1 Sayı: 49 Sayfa Aralığı: 302 - 327 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.21764/ maeuefd.404018 İndeks Tarihi: 23-03-2019

A CRITICAL OVERVIEW OF INTERNET OF THINGS IN EDUCATION

Öz:
As a relatively new concept, Internet of things (IoT) is known to offer some potentials for learning and teaching. Although this catchy term is becoming more and more popular in educational contexts, there is still need for clearing up the minds of teachers and students with respect to the nature of it and how it could be used for teaching and learning purposes. In this sense, this study aims to locate IoT in instruction and to provide a critical overview of it. It also makes a distinction between the use of IoT at the management and instructional levels in educational contexts. Today, educators seem to support the use of IoT in education but they mostly put forward ideas that seem to represent the use of IoT from an administrative perspective, leaving little space for discussions centering on direct instructional potentials of IoT. Therefore, this study highlights those benefits and discusses problematic issues, particularly with respect to access to digital devices and the Internet. It also attempts to provide a modest summary of recent studies focusing on the practical applications of IoT in educational settings.
Anahtar Kelime:

Konular: Eğitim, Eğitim Araştırmaları

EĞİTİMDE NESNELERİN İNTERNETİNE KRİTİK BİR BAKIŞ

Öz:
Oldukça yeni bir kavram olan nesnelerin internetinin öğrenme ve öğretmeye yönelik bazı imkanlar sunduğu bilinmektedir. Bu dikkat çekici terimin eğitim ortamlarında popülerliğinin artmasına rağmen, öğretmenlerin ve öğrencilerin, nesnelerin internetinin doğası hakkında ve öğretme/öğrenme açısından bu kavramın nasıl kullanılabileceğine dair aydınlanmaya ihtiyaçları vardır. Bu bakımdan bu çalışma, nesnelerin internetinin eğitimdeki yerini tartışmakta ve eleştirel bir bakıç açısı ile konuyu ele almaktadır. Bunun yanında nesnelerin internetinin eğitim ortamlarında yönetimsel ve öğretimsel kullanımı arasında bir ayrım yapmaktadır. Günmüzde eğitimciler nesnelerin internetinin eğitimde kullanımını desteklemekle birlikte, genellikle yönetimsel bir bakış açısına karşılık gelen fikirler öne sürmektedirler. Bu da nesnelerin internetinin doğrudan öğretimsel potansiyelleri üzerine yoğunlaşan tartışmalara çok az yer bırakmaktadır. Bu nedenle bu çalışma, nesnelerin internetinin olası faydalarını vurgulamakta ve özellikle dijital cihazlara ve internete erişim başta olmak üzere problemli konuları ele almaktadır. Ayrıca son zamanlarda nesnelerin internetinin eğitim ortamlarındaki uygulamaları üzerinde duran çalışmaların kısa bir özetini sunmaktadır.
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Konular: Eğitim, Eğitim Araştırmaları
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