Jihyun Lee

Jihyun Lee
Seoul National University | SNU · School of Dentistry

Ph D in Educational Technology
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Additional affiliations
September 2019 - July 2020
University of Auckland
Position
  • Professor
Description
  • Sabbatical
March 2016 - present
Seoul National University
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
October 2013 - August 2015
Chung-Ang University
Position
  • Professor
Education
September 2005 - February 2012
Seoul National University
Field of study
  • Educational Technology
September 2003 - June 2005
Harvard University
Field of study
  • Educational Technology

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Publications (69)
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In response to pedagogical challenges in higher education, blended learning has become a prevalent practice in colleges and universities. Flipped learning (FL) represents a newly emerging form of blended learning, where students individually watch online lectures prior to class and then engage in classroom learning activities interacting with peers...
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Higher-order thinking has long been confirmed as a critical predictor of success, both in academia and the workplace. Widespread endeavors to foster higher-order thinking have involved implementing instructional design interventions that engage learners in complicated cognitive activities. One representative design approach is the technology-enhanc...
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Flipped learning (FL) has had a substantial impact on higher education worldwide, prompting active dialog among educational researchers and practitioners. It is widely accepted that the value of FL lies in enabling in‐depth, learner‐centered learning experiences by offloading content delivery onto pre‐class online learning. The in‐class component i...
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The current popularity of flipped learning may be attributed to its reported successes in bringing about enhanced learner engagement and positive learning outcomes. This study aims to improve our understanding of flipped learning (FL) outcomes by examining factors of learner engagement, academic capability, and epistemological beliefs. Data were co...
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Context: Despite the growing use of virtual patients (VPs) in medical education, few studies have explored the features and effectiveness of VP-based medical communication skills training. We undertook a systematic review to summarize the design and evaluation of VP-based medical communication skills training systems in order to identify features...
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The COVID-19 pandemic, and the resulting need to avoid in-person classes, compelled many faculty members to convert to a completely online instructional format. The literature on selecting media for medical educators, however, provided little assistance for them to make choices that facilitated learning through using alternative online instruction...
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Lee and Kron describe the current use of virtual care to explain why faculty are reluctant to engage in education in that context in an effort to propose ways to promote better learner integration.
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Flipped learning (FL) began as a local trial strategy in a US high school in 2012 and in less than 10 years has exploded in popularity, among both educational practitioners and researchers, and has now been extensively recognized and implemented at all levels of education across the world. This chapter will discuss what is known from current FL lit...
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The aim of this study was to develop and validate a multidimen-sional open thinking scale (OTS) in order to measure adult learn-ers' open thinking as a key learning outcome of open educational practices (OEP) through a three-phase process of item generation, theoretical analysis, and psychometric analysis. Exploratory and confirmatory factor analys...
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Background Oral health maintenance is difficult to be achieved alone by patients with special needs and insufficient self-care skills. This study aims to investigate how the oral health issues of young adults with severe intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) affect caregiver burdens. Methods A qualitative research method was employed w...
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The purpose of this study was to investigate instructional changes made by faculty for emergency online teaching necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic, and hence to explore key factors related to those changes from an ecological systems perspective. Data on various individual, course, and institutional factors and instructional change variables wer...
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Objectives This study explores the evolution of the concept of mindfulness over the last 104 years in terms of the content, practice, and research development of all relevant studies reported in the academic literature. Methods We identified 15,764 mindfulness-related papers published between 1916 and 2019, and analyzed the frequency of publicatio...
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Background The number of North Korean defectors (NKDs) escaping to South Korea has increased. The health status of NKDs is an essential factor for a successful settlement into South Korean society. However, no studies have been conducted on the health status of NKDs in terms of education and social support. The aim of this study was to determine th...
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Objective To explore how video learning strategies influence students’ Flipped learning (FL) achievement, deep approach to learning (DAL) and lifelong learning (LL) orientations and how DAL and LL can be promoted. Methods Data were collected from 65 dental students enrolled in a 21‐week clinical periodontology course. Partial least squares structu...
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What was tried? Multiple studies have shown that video can be an effective educational tool. However, theories such as Cognitive Load Theory and the Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning have claimed that only videos designed based on cognitive scientific evidence can bring learners sustained attention and intended learning outcomes. As eviden...
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Background: The number of North Korean defectors (NKDs) escaping to South Korea has increased. The health status of NKDs is an essential factor for a successful settlement into South Korean society. However, no studies have been conducted on the health status of NKDs in terms of education and social support. The aim of this study was to determine t...
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Background The number of North Korean defectors (NKDs) escaping to South Korea has increased. The health status of NKDs is an essential factor for a successful settlement into South Korean society. However, no studies have been conducted on the health status of NKDs in terms of education and social support. The aim of this study was to determine th...
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Background: Previous research has not provided enough direction regarding effective content design of courses integrating the humanities and social sciences in medical and dental education. This study aims at exploring how an Integrated Medical/Dental Humanities-Social Medicine/Dentistry course may be designed; how effective it may be in terms of...
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Tooth-brushing is one of the most important health behaviors to teach children considering potentially serious ramifications of poor dental health. However, children’s tooth-brushing behavior is affected by various developmental factors. The aim of this cross-sectional study was to investigate factors related to the tooth-brushing behavior of child...
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Background Previous research has not provided enough direction regarding effective content design of courses integrating humanities and social sciences in medical and dental education This study aims at exploring how an Integrated Medical/Dental Humanities–Social Medicine/Dentistry course can be designed; how effective it can be in terms of student...
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Background Previous research has not provided enough direction regarding effective content design of courses integrating the humanities and social sciences in medical and dental education. This study aims at exploring how an Integrated Medical/Dental Humanities–Social Medicine/Dentistry course may be designed; how effective it may be in terms of st...
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Context: Dental schools seek to educate students to become inclined toward self-directed, lifelong learning, an important mindset for healthcare professionals that may be linked to deep versus surface learning approaches. Students using a deep learning approach are more intrinsically motivated and actively engage in higher-order thinking, while th...
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Background: This study aims at exploring an overview of research into medical professionalism and its evolution through 40 years from 1979 to 2018. Summary of Work: A content analysis was carried out on 1,364 abstracts of research articles retrieved using search term medical professionalism from academic DB; Academic Research Complete. We analyze...
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Despite rapid growth in the popularity of massive open online courses (MOOCs), few studies have investigated learning outcomes among participating university learners. We first examined student growth in terms of knowledge, attitudes, skills, and aspirations (KASA). We then explored the relationships between learning outcomes and three learner fact...
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The purpose of this study is to develop a checklist which specifically evaluates blind users’ usability of educational smartphone applications. To carry out this task, researchers developed checklist items based on the previous usability literature, evaluation tools, and research on e-learning and Web accessibility for users with/without blindness....
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The factors affecting the adoption of open educational resources (OER) in higher education have become a research topic of great interest as OER continue to be widely used in universities, affecting the quality of teaching and learning. The reasons for OER adoption are diverse, across both individual educators and cultural environments. This study...
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This chapter offers an analysis of distance education in Korea as a model for developing countries to catch up with advanced countries in meeting the demand for higher education. First, we analyze the functions and roles of distance education in the higher and lifelong education sectors in Korea. Second, we present a brief review of the history of...
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Objectives: This study aimed to propose criteria for evaluating the validity of dental education systems in Korea and suggest future directions for their improvement. Methods: We looked into dental educational institutions and derived criteria for analysis and comparison of dental education systems in Korea. Using analytical methods, we compared t...
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Objectives: Dentists and dental hygienists undergo high levels of stress due to various factors and the burnout of health-care personnel is very important in the context of personal and social problems. Therefore, empirical research reflecting the social, cultural, and special circumstances of the medical environment is necessary. Here, we explore...
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Purpose: Due to the rapidly changing society and growing demand for more competent dentists, evaluation and management system for dental licensing and certification are essential as well as dental education. In this study, Delphi technique was conducted on a variety of professionals to survey problems and remedies for the dental license management...
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Objectives: The purpose of this study was to investigate the correlation between tooth extraction and endodontic treatment according to the inclusion of dental implant coverage in National Health Insurance of Korea, which is a recent dental health insurance policy change. Methods: From July 2011 to June 2016, using the health care big data open sy...
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Korean abstract With the development of new media and the development of various teaching methods using this, Perceptions and roles are changing significantly. In this study, perceived Competency control and cognitive control derived based on the theory of Perceived Control are taken at university Applied to students, these two controls are critica...
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The topic of academic integrity is an important public concern that has emerged in higher education. Recent surveys at U.S. and Canadian dental schools revealed that cheating and plagiarism were significant problems in dental schools. In addition, some schools stated that cheating had increased compared to a decade ago. Various institutional ritual...
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Educational Technology and Innovation in Korean Higher Education: Contributions and Future Directions* Sangho Song (Andong National University) Jihyun Lee (Seoul National University) Taejung Park†(Hankuk University of Foreign Studies) The field of educational technology has played a vital role in educational innovation at the level of higher educ...
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Many reports exist of courses in which a flipped classroom model was implemented, putting a much greater emphasis on conducting various learning activities during class. The redesign of existing university lecture courses as flipped classrooms, however, is limited by reports that simply describe learning activities and their effects on individual c...
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This study is a theoretical exploration of project-based service-learning and its application in designing pre-dental curricula. As a response to the limitation of community service courses, service-learning has been implemented as pedagogy in higher education practices. Service-learning connects service and learning by engaging students in activit...
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Although the Korean government has sought to implement National Competency Standards (NCS) for developing competencies required in industry, successful implementation of NCS urgently calls for professional supports to guide practitioners in the fields. This study proposed a need for NCS education professionals who will play a crucial part in implem...
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This study explores how the relationship between college students' learning strategies and their grade point average (GPA) differs across two culturally different institutions. Surveys of 621 students at a South Korean university and 824 students at a university in the USA were used to assess four types of learning strategies: motivation-related, a...
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Instructional design (ID) models have been developed to promote understandings of ID reality and guide ID performance. As the number and diversity of ID practices grows, implicit doubts regarding the reliability, validity, and usefulness of ID models suggest the need for methodological guidance that would help to generate ID models that are relevan...
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This paper describes two studies that explore students' beliefs about critical and creative learning at two universities, and considers the implications of those beliefs in comparison to the universities' stated education goals. One is a mixed method study of students at a top university in Korea, and the second is a comparative study between the K...
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This study was designed to examine the educational meaning of flipped learning and to find implications for class design. Was performed. Flip-Learning is a classroom-outside class that allows students to study on their own. Video is provided to students online, and classroom-in-class lessons allow students to discuss with fellow learners. B It is l...
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Journal of Educational Technology 2014, Vol 30, No 3, pp.335-359 [Theories & Issues) An Exploratory Study on Brain-based Instructional Design Strategies Jihyun Lee Jungeun Park The dramatic development of new research area, called brain-based learning, brain-compatible learning, educational neuroscience, neuro-education, mind, brain education, h...
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Existing approaches to developing creativity rely on the sporadic teaching of creative thinking techniques or the engagement of learners in a creativity-promoting environment. Such methods cannot develop students’ creativity as fully as a multilateral approach that integrates creativity throughout a curriculum. The purpose of this study was to form...
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As smart devices are rapidly growing and becoming popular, e-books, the digitized version of a printed book which can be read on a specifically designed device, are being predicted to replace paper-books and to bring a big change in learning. The field of educational technology has been interested in interface design or usability of e-books. Howeve...
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Existing approaches to developing creativity rely on the sporadic teaching of creative thinking techniques or the engagement of learners in a creativity-promoting environment. Such methods cannot develop students' creativity as fully as a multilateral approach that integrates creativity throughout a curriculum. The purpose of this study was to form...
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Exploring Competencies of Professors at Junior Colleges to Implement NCS into Education Korean Journal of Educational Research Song, Hae-Deok (Chung-Ang University) Shin, Sunae (Chung-Ang University) Lee, Jihyun* (Chung-Ang University) The political endeavors of the Korean government toward the competency-based education have been implemented as...
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This study aims to propose a new set of competencies of e-learning instructional designers in the age of Web 3.0. Web 3.0, the most advanced next stage web in the evolution of the World Wide Web, is being predicted to be a critical drive for the future e-learning and pedagogical paradigm. Web 3.0-based e-learning seeks to provide more intelligent,...
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> In our rapidly changing world, the demanding competencies required of potential human resources highlight the need for excellent quality in teaching and learning at higher education institutions. Centers for Teaching and Learning (CTL) in colleges and universities, therefore, becomes an essential organization that can play strategic roles in prov...
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Exploring Learner-Centered Feedback Design Principles and Strategies for Digital Learning Environments In the field of educational research and practice, feedback has long been believed to yield positive effects on learning. Practitioners and researchers have made many efforts to provide learners with feedback that is as frequent and detailed as p...
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This study explores what makes high achievement at a top university in order to gain insights into college learning. For this purpose, institution-wide in-depth interviews were conducted with the 45 highest achievers (GPA of 4.0/4.3 or higher) at a top Korean university, and the interview data were primarily analyzed qualitatively to investigate in...
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Given the advantages and potentials of providing a visual summary (VS), this study intends to address its practical and theoretical problems: the intricate nature of designing a VS in practice and a theoretical gap in supporting such an intricate task. The study developed a VS design model including principles and guidelines aimed to guide inst...
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Exploring the Process and Principles of Summarization by Investigating the Note-Taking Strategies of the Best Performing College Students Ilju Rha (Seoul National University) Jihyun Lee† (Seoul National University) leeji1@snu.ac.kr Summarization is known to be an efficient tool for teaching and learning. As it provides learners with opportunities...
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According to Ajzen's Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB), behavioral intention (BI) is predicted by attitude toward the behavior (AB), subjective norm (SN), and perceived behavioral control (PBC). Previous studies using the TPB to explain teachers' intentions to use technology have resulted in inconsistent findings. This inconsistency might be due to...
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The components and the structure of teachers' ICT (Information and Communication Technology) literacy is an important concern not only for teacher training curriculum and its effectiveness but also school pedagogy. Previous studies have regarded technical capabilities as a main component of teachers' ICT literacy; however, they didn't recognize the...
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Previous studies of teachers' intentions to use technology using the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) resulted in contradictory findings, possibly due to the use of insufficiently specific definitions of technology use. This study applied the TPB to analyze teachers' intentions to utilize technology in each of three different, specific ways. Based...
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Asian Journal of Education Emphasis on TEACHING in higher education has been a recent salient issue. To answer this issue, universities in Korea are establishing center for teaching and learning on their campuses, and Ministry of Education is declaring policies to improve teaching quality in higher education. This governmental drive on innovation...
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This study aims at formulating a Simple ISD model which can guide the process of developing large-scale training programs or curriculum. While the researchers developed 15 week-training program for administration officers in \'A\' university, empirical data was collected to suggest the specific steps or procedures of Simple ISD, and the roles of in...
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Although there has been growing interest in recent challenges facing distance universities and their quality assurance, research on distance university policy has not been performed systematically in Korea. The reasons stem from confusing terminologies related to distance universities and the lack of a systematic approach to research on this field....
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Supporting individual or group learners through designing effective learning environment has been major concern for instructional technologists. In CSCL environment, the effectiveness of learning depends not only on the design of the learning incidences but also on that of psychological environment because in CSCL the learners encounter virtually a...

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Technology Integration/ ICT Literacy
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SNU students, cross-cultural comparison
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Research Methodology: Quantitative, Qualitative, Developmental, Systematic Review, Meta-analysis, Text mining