Social clustering in sustainable environment

  • Giedrė Kvieskienė Vytautas Magnus University, Education Academy
  • Gerd-Bodo von Carlsburg Heidelberg University of Education, Germany
Keywords: Social clustering, Sustainable development, Smart education, Positive socialization, Public-private partnership

Abstract

In the article we analyses Social clustering theories, Success stories, indicators and Models of the sustainability Algorithms for Smart Education and Social Partnership. Concepts that are conceptualized in. articles, studies, monographs and research reports of G.-B. von Carlsburg, G. Kvieskienė, V. Kvieska, T. Masson, K. Robinson, V. Targamadzė, E. Celiešienė and etc. associated with Smart Education, Child welfare and Positive socialization. This concept is also widely used in Lithuania for the preparation of national and international strategies, concepts, normative documents and projects between both public and non-governmental organizations. The phenomenon of social clustering development not been analyzed sufficiently and its development has been hampered both in Lithuania and in other countries. By analyzing a Smart Education Scenario, both the scientists and Stakeholders experiment to acquire answers about empowering public, private, research institutions and NGOs for daily networking, social clustering, developing social capital and public welfare. The object of this research is social clustering and Smart Education Interfaces. The Tasks: • Define the features of Smart Education and Clustering. • Analyze the Main Indicators of Smart Education, based on expert interviews, focus group discussions. • To Examine and Define the Principles of Social Clustering. • Create a Social Clustering algorithm and adapting four habits scenarios.

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Published
2020-03-10
How to Cite
Kvieskienė, G., & von Carlsburg, G.-B. (2020). Social clustering in sustainable environment. Social Education, 52(2), 17-36. https://doi.org/10.15823/su.2019.52.2
Section
PART I. SMART EDUCACION AS A PREREQUISITE FOR A SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT