Law & Citizenship Edu-Cube for Children & Teens : Beop-Sarang Cyberland & Solomon Law-park
Ministry of Justice

A. Problem Analysis

 1. What was the problem before the implementation of the initiative?
■ Background - South Korea’s Ministry of Justice has been operating ‘Solomon Law-park’, an off-line participatory education center for teens since 2008, as well as developing and operating ‘Beop-Sarang Cyberland’ a participatory educational website for child and teens from Dec. 2011. - After a national tragedy ‘Sewol Ferry accident’, the future leading generation, child and teens faced law & citizenship crisis. Thus, from Aug. 2014, the Ministry of Justice began to provide customized integrated service (by age), LCE(Law&Citizenship) Edu-Cube. ■ Difficulties before the launching of Beop-Sarang Cyberland(’11). - The Ministry of Justice has been operating Solomon Law-Park, off-line participatory education center for teens. However, the number of participants were limited due to constrained space, thus it faced difficulty on expanding LCE education service. [Preschoolers] - LCE program for preschoolers(0-10 years old) did not exist. [Elementary students] - Even though schools provided regular LCE programs, contents to catch children’s interest were not enough. [Junior to High school students] - Even though schools provided regular LCE programs, contents to catch students’ interest were not enough. - Limited opportunity for drop-in education course because of Solomon Law-park’s constrained space. [LCE teachers] - Even though schools provided LCE textbooks, lack of interesting contents to catch students’attention made it difficult to excel LCE education’s effectiveness. - Although the drop-in education program ran by Solomon Law-park exists, limited number of students who could participate and transportation cost made it hard to expand the service. ■ Difficulties before Law&Citizenship Edu-Cube(‘14) started. [LCE teachers] - Each Solomon Law-park and Beop-Sarang Cyberland provides various contents and programs, yet lack of communication caused difficulty in applying LCE. - Solomon Law-park and Beop-Sarang Cyberland asked for separate participation to its users, resulting unnecessary correspondence effort. [Participating children and teens] - Solomon Law-park and Beop-Sarang Cyberland asked for separate participation to its users, resulting unnecessary correspondence effort. - As Solomon Law-park and Beop-Sarang Cyberland began to provide various contents and programs, children and teens could be confused on deciding which contents to use. [Ministry of Justice] - As Solomon Law-park upgrades its program to strengthen the educational function, number of programs that overlaps with Cyberland grew, resulting the operation expense to increase. - Since Beop-Sarang Cyberland started to expand education contents and programs for children, teens and adults, the website’s identity became ambiguous. - Although ‘Sewol Ferry accident’ caused children and teen’s law & citizenship crisis, the Ministry of Justice could not find the effective solution to resolve it.

B. Strategic Approach

 2. What was the solution?
■ Establishment of Participatory Educational Website, Beop-Sarang Cyberland (2011-2013) (background) Lack of LCE (Law&Citizenship Education)’s social base. - Unlike U.S.A., UK and other advanced countries which private sector plays a leading role in providing LCE (Law&Citizenship Education), South Korea’s private sector plays insignificant role in providing LCE. - Ministry of Justice has been operating Solomon Law-park, an off-line participatory education center since 2008. However, it faced difficulty on enlarging the service to more students. ※ Although school violence became a major social issue, the effective preventive education program did not exist. (Proposer) Law&Order Advancement Planning Division - Recognized the need for reinforcement of law&citizenship and democratic awareness through expert consultation. - Discussed participatory educational website which includes educational games and videos to provide opportunity to experience law&citizenship and democracy to anyone, at anytime, in everywhere. (Solution) Develop Participatory educational website, Beop-Sarang Cyberland - Establish program development plan by cooperating with game development and cyber-education expert groups. - Manage financial resources by private sector’s support and cooperation. (NH bank and General Insurance Association of Korea) - Promote character donation from private sector to develop child-friendly contents. - Develope participatory education program(Beop-Sarang model school). ※ [Toddlers Zone] : Teaches basic social order, sharing and caring. (e.g. clean neighborhood, safe commuting school and police on the street campaign) ※ [Children Zone] : Teaches democratic citizenship, basic facts about the law, civic duties and rights by using quizzes, games, action-learning, animation, etc. ※ [Teenagers Zone] : Teaches traffic order, safe driving and constitutional rights by driving games and detective animations. ■ Establishment of customized integrated Law&Citizenship Edu-Cube (2014-present) (background) ‘Sewol Ferry accidednt’ and Children&Teen’s law and citizenship crisis - After a national tragedy ‘Sewol Ferry accident’, the future leading generation, children and teens faced law & citizenship crisis. ※ Sewol Ferry accident : Korea’s Sewol Ferry capsized on April 16th, 2014 (among 476 passengers, 294 dead, and 10 passengers are still missing). Grown-up’s iniquitous system caused death of high school students who listened and followed orders. - After ‘Sewol Ferry accident’, the idea that following the law and order will result in ‘one’s loss’ spread through the society. Nevertheless, teenagers’ law&citizenship and trust in government started to shake. ※ Public survey on ‘Faith that the government would protect me when in danger/crisis’ Before Sewol Ferry accident 46.8% ➜ After the accident 7.7% (the Hankyoreh 2014.08.20.) (Proposer) External expert groups & Law&Order Advancement Planning Division’s manager - While external expert groups and Law&Order Advancement Planning Division were seeking for development plan of Beop-Sarang Cyberland, a participatory educational website, segmental and overlapped education service provision method were found. - To overcome children and teens’ law&citizenship crisis after ‘Sewol Ferry accident’, external expert groups and Law&Order Advancement Planning Division chose to reinforce customized LCE (Law&Citizenship Education) program. (Solution) Provide customized integrated education service through Law&Citizenship Edu-Cube - The Ministry of Justice integrates an off-line participatory education center, Solomon Law-park’s service with on-line participatory educational website, Beop-Sarang Cyberland’s service to provide customized LCE by age group. - The Ministry of Justice enlarges Collaborative LCE to schools(Preschool, Elemenatry school, Junior High and High school) based on customized LCE by age group. - Restructure Solomon Law-park to be specialized in Off-line education and Beop-Sarang Cyberland to specialized in Online education service as well as increasing participation and efficiency on advertisement by integrating user data base. - The Ministry of Justice proceeds to enlarge collaborative LCE with private sector(Youth welfare service agency, Private education agency, web portal) based on Law&Citizenship Edu-Cube.

 3. How did the initiative solve the problem and improve people’s lives?
(1) Online-Offline Blended LCE (Law&Citizenship Education) Program Developer & Provider - To overcome the limitation of web-based educational games and learning experiences, Offline LCE education develops the program to use and apply in drop-in course. (2) School-based ‘Learning by Doing’ LCE (Law&Citizenship Education) Program Developer & Provider - Through partnership with elementary school and junior high school, combine contents and education programs from Solomon Law-park with regular school course, implementing LCE. (3) Public-Private Collaboration Platform for LCE (Law&Citizenship Education) Program Diffusion - Collaborate with private sector on developing and spreading LCE educational contents. (4) Children & Teen-customized Integrated LCE Service Delivery System Development - Integrate and connect services from Solomon Law-park, an off-line participatory education center and Beop-Sarang Cyberland, a participatory educational website to provide customized education service by age. (5) Children & Teens-friendly LCE (Law&Citizenship Education) Contents (game, web-cartoon, animation) Provider - Develop and Provide Children & Teens-friendly educational contents based on Korea’s advanced IT, game industry, animation industry. (6) Provide participant-friendly incentives for promoting Children & Teens’s LCE program. - Based on MOU with a private NH bank, the Ministry of Justice launched ‘Beop-Sarang plus savings account’ (2014. 4. 17). Provide special interest rate to Beop-Sarang Cyberland users

C. Execution and Implementation

 4. In which ways is the initiative creative and innovative?
■ 1st stage (year 211∼year 2013) : Develop and operate Beop Sarang Cyberland, a participatory educational website for children & teens. [year 2011] - '11. 1. Established plan for Beop-Sarang Cyberland - '11. 3. Expanded Solomon Law-park’s program to all elementary,(junior) high school students. - '11. 4. Set up a Justitia square in Solomon Law-park institution. - '11. 3. Started joint production of contents with NH bank and General Insurance Association of Korea. - '11. 4. Appointed Beop-Sarang Cyberland game adversary, andheldgame adversary conference. Started developing Beop-Sarang Cyberland’s contents and web-page. (windy soft) - '11. 9. Evaluate and revise Beop-Sarang Cyberland prior to the opening. - '11. 12. Official opening of online legal experience theme park ‘Beop-Sarang Cyberland’ [year 2012] - '12. 3. Developed a program called, ‘Making our law’ on Beop-Sarang Cyberland to exercise at homes and schools. - '12. 3. Promoted Solomon Law-park’s ‘Saturday-Law day’ program. - '12. 7. Development of ten animation videos on Beop-Sarang Cyberland about Law&Citizenship and school violence prevention. - '12. 9. Solomon Law-park started giving legal educational lectures on school and sexual violence for teens. - '12. 11. Development of ‘Beop-Sarang preschool’ based on Beop-Sarang Cyberland contents. [year 2013] - '13. 3. Began operation of fifty ‘Beop-Sarang model school’ which use Beop-Sarang Cyberland’s contents. - '13. 4. Developed Beop-Sarang Cyberland’s constitution law education program,‘Lulu’s Monkeyland’. - '13. 8. Started Solomon-Lawpark’s legal experience program. (electoral law, administrative law, internet law, civil case role play, etc) - '13. 8. Opened Cyberland channel in South Korea’s telecommunication company, LG U+’s IPTV and started providing Cyberland’s contents to Junior Naver, a website for kids and private educational website, i-Scream. - '13. 11. Solomon-Lawpark’s graffiti street opened. ■ 2nd Stage (2014∼Present) : Establish LCE (Law & Citizenship) Edu-Cube to provide customized integrated service. - '14. 3. 460 nationwide Beop-Sarang model schools are utilizing Beop-Sarang Cyberland’s contents. - '14. 4. Based on MOU with NH bank, launched ‘Beop-Sarang Plus saving’s account’ - '14. 4. Sewol Ferry accident occurred. - '14. 5. The Ministry of Justice began searching for the solution to overcome children & teens’ law&citizenship crisis generated by Sewol Ferry accident. - '14. 6. Decided to promote customized integrated service, Law&Citizenship Edu-Cube - '14. 7. Started to develop Law&Citizenship Edu-Cube - '14. 8. Educational cooperation between Solomon Law-park and Chungcheong namdo education training institute - '14. 10. Launched Law&Citizenship Edu-Cube beta service - '14. 11. Launched Law&Citizenship Edu-Cube in full service

 5. Who implemented the initiative and what is the size of the population affected by this initiative?
■ Leading role : The Ministry of Justice’s Law&Order Advancement Planning Division - Law&Order Advancement Planning Division manages development and operation of Solomon Law-park and Beop-Sarang Cyberland - Policy cooperation with the Ministry of Education, education office and schools - Promote collaboration and MOU with private sector ■ Involvement of experts in developing and spreading the program - Development of games and contents : game and cyber-education experts from private sector - Development of education program and Toolkit : Teachers and private HRD experts - Development of integrated service system : Business and public administrative policy development specialists ■ L&C Edu-Cube partnership school and student - Beop-Sarang model school (2013’ 50 schools ➜ 2014’ 460 schools) - Solomon Law-park program partnership school (2013’ 670 schools ➜ 2014’ 889 schools) ■ Involvement of private sector on establishing and operating Cyberland and Edu-Cube - Fund for education game development : NH bank, General Insurance Association of Korea - Provide conditional copyright to Cyberland : Great books, Hansol Soo book, Doosan DongA ■ PPP(Public-Private-Partnership) to provide broader service system - Provide nationwide service to well-known kids website : Junior Naver - Partnership with private educational website : i-Scream(character education) and other private educational sites - IPTV and mobile service : collaborate with Mobile carriers and major telecommunication compaies, such as LGU+ and Olleh KT ■ Co-operating organization for promoting participation of alienated class - (Delinquent children) 70 nationwide juvenile and youth delinquency prevention center - (Multi-cultural children and teens) 10 nationwide multi-cultural family support center - (Low-income family) 83 nationwide community child care - (Low-income children & teens) Financial Aid from NH bank - (Intellectual·vision·hearing disabilities) 11 nationwide disabled organization
 6. How was the strategy implemented and what resources were mobilized?
■ Expenses on establishing and operating Beop-Sarang Cyberland - Start up development cost (2011) : 1.4 Million dollars (Ministry of Justice 1 M + Private sector, NH bank $0.2 M and General insurance association of Korea $ 0.2 M) - Beop-Sarang Cyberland working personnel (Project planning 3 persons, management 2 persons) ※ Outsourcing supplier, SangSang Story is in charge of operation and maintenance of the system ■ Cost saving on developing the program though private sector’s donation - Private sector’s contents donation to Cyberland from private sector ※ example : “Lulu’s Monkeyland”(started Apr. 2013) - Ministry of Justice (provided the game scenario) + NHN (developed and donated the game, game cost equivalent of $1.3 M) ■ Solomon Law-Park’s working personnel and budget - Operation cost : App. $1.1M (2013) ※ Program operation($0.5M), Facility management($0.2M), others($0.4M) - Educational program’s working personnel : 12 persons ※ Voluntary service working personnel (82 persons) : Weekdays(four volunteer officers from Road Traffic Authority), Weekends(eight volunteer officers from senior welfare center and twenty voluntary students), During vacations(50 volunteer students from Law school) - 10 personnels are in charge of Daejeon city’s education institute ( 84,284㎡, 2 buildings) ※ Operation cost is covered by national financial aid in full without private sector’s donation.

 7. Who were the stakeholders involved in the design of the initiative and in its implementation?
(1) Development and utilization performance of Online & Off-line LCE Contents & Program designed to fit different age groups ➀ Anim-Enjoying Edu-module - Online education using animation, web-cartoon and video to catch children and elementary students’ interest on learning. - 63 animations, 19 web-cartoons and 173 videos are provided. (present) ※ Example of Anim-Enjoying Edu-module ➁ Game-Playing Edu-module - Education designed to help children to realize importance of the law through online/offline games. - Provide three children’s online games / eight offline games, online games for elementary school students / eleven offline games, three online games for junior high school students ※ Popular Game-Playing Edu-module examples • children’s online games: Lulu’s Monkeyland • offline games for elementary school students : Law-dart game, Legal ring game ➂ Role-Playing Edu-module - Education for junior/high school students to teach Law&citizenship though debate, contest and role-play. - In 2014, four role-playing themes such as, mock cabinet meeting, scientific investigation, mock court and mock prison are being provided. (24,525 participants in 2013) (2) Achievement of School-based ‘Learning by Doing’ LCE Program (Beop-Sarang model school) - Apply Cyberland’s school violence preventive program and study guide to schools for school violence prevention and educational continuity. - 50 elementary schools in 2013 ➜ 460 elementary schools in 2014 (3) Achievement of private sector’s voluntary participation - Private portal and telecommunication companies with numerous children&teens customer began to participate as service providers, resulting drastic increase on LCE contents usage. ※ Example: Korea’s top children’s website, Junior Naver (www.jr.naver.com) - Private educational service website which the majority of teachers use began to participate as service providers, expanding the opportunity for LCE contents to be used in class. ※ Example: top digital textbook company, i-Scream (4) Achievement on cooperation with public service institution - Twenty-seven juvenile and youth delinquency prevention center: Provide L&C education to youth. - Eleven nationwide disabled organization: Provide L&C education to Intellectual·vision·hearing disables. - NH bank: Utilize Beop-Sarang Plus savings account’s profit into funding school violence prevention and anti-child molestation programs. - 183 nationwide local child welfare center : Provide legal education(Children law school) to 2,314 children from low-income family. (5) Cost saving on establishment and operation after development of integrated service system - After integrated service system took place, development cost of overlapped program has decreased. - LCE Edu-Cube integration resulted in user database unification, secured expanses for advertizement and improvement on education by connecting programs.

 8. What were the most successful outputs and why was the initiative effective?
■ Regular audit on operational achievement on Solomon Law-park and Beop-Sarang Cyberland - Audits are held every quarter by Law&Order Advancement Planning Division - Through Beop-Sarang Cyberland’s homepage renewal, all contents are relocated according to its usage and to form popular contents list. - Use operation report from Beop-Sarang model school’s teachers for improvement of the program - Experts’ meeting and research outsourcing to develop new education programs. ■ Selecting and monitoring operational achievement of Beop-Sarang model school - Planning conference with local education office agents : Establish operation blueprint - Selecting Beop-Sarang model school and provide workshop to related personnel. - Provide program and monitor operational achievement - Report and evaluate operational achievement of the program : reflects on next year’s selection. ■ Performance analysis by R&D institute (through research) - Korea University’s analysis on 2013 : Research analysis about the effect on student’s law&citizenship by using Beop-Sarang Cyberland in class. - Law-related education center’s analysis on 2013 : Research analysis about effect on participatory legal education to spirit of the law. - Korea national university of education’s analysis on 2014 : Research analysis on teacher’s reaction to using Lulu’s Monkeyland games in demonstration class.

 9. What were the main obstacles encountered and how were they overcome?
■ Lack of financial resource on developing educational contents and programs ➜ Resolved financial shortage through Public-Private Win-Win cooperation and donation. • Financial support of Cyberland game development : NH bank, General Insurance Association of Korea • Provide conditional copyright to Cyberland : Great books, Hansol Soo book, Doosan DongA • Developed and donated a new game, Lulu’s Monkeyland : NHN • Solomon Law-Park’s operation cost sponsor : Daejon metropolitan city hall, Local crime-prevention association, Korean bar association, etc ■ Difficulty on enlarging contents and program users ➜ Overcame the difficulty by cooperating with well-known private portal, telecommunication and educational service companies, increasing users in a short period. • Junior Naver : Korea’s top children’s website • i-Scream : top elementary school’s digital textbook company • Chunjae eduction(T-sherpa) : Top textbook provider ■ Difficulty on improving L&C education effect - Improved L&C education effect by cooperating with schools and social organization which has education professionalism. • Beop-Sarang Cyberland : Cooperate with the Ministry of Education, schools and teachers to expand Beop-Sarang model school • Solomon Law-Park : Cooperate with schools for Law-Park’s drop-in course for participating in mock cabinet meeting and court. • Education for social minor group : Cooperate with expert groups in the field. ■ Difficulty on integrating different services - Had difficulties and conflicts since each service had different service development and operating system. ➜ Found leadership through integration + operate TF with the staff in field + Integrate websites, DB as well as personnels

D. Impact and Sustainability

 10. What were the key benefits resulting from this initiative?
■ Increasing number of users on Law&Citizenship Edu-Cube - Users for educational contents and programs provided on Law&Citizenship Edu-Cube has drastically increased. - Beop-Sarang Cyberland, a participatory education website and Law&Citizenship Edu-Cube, the integrated portal’s users are continually increasing after the service launched in the end of 2011. ‘12 (301,463 users) ➜ ’13 (258,867 users) ➜ the first half of‘14 (272,677 users) - Users from Online education contents on cooperating private companies’website has increased as well. *Cyberland’s contents in Junior Naver and i-Scream : 9,500 monthly visits to Cyberland’s contents in Junior Naver (app. 100,000/yr) : 3,760 monthly visits to Cyberland’s contetns in i-Scream (app. 45,000/yr) - Gradual increase of visitors to Solomon Law-park, the offline drop-in education center : 219,290 visitors (‘11) ➜ 259,033 visitors (’12) ➜ 271,242 visitors (‘13) ■ Acknowledgement and Achievement of the program’s leverage - Certified by the Ministry of Education as Excellent personality education program : School violence prevention role-play ‘happy-tree program’ and school violence prevention study guide ‘smiling class, dreaming school’ - Starting Beop-Sarang school with 20,000 students from 50 schools in 2013 has expanded to 180,000 students from 460 schools. The program is used in regular class hours and creative activity hours. ■ The effect of Solomon Law-park’s Off-line education. - Continual increase of visitors to Solomon Law-park : 219,290 visitors (‘11) ➜ 259,033 visitors (’12) ➜ 271,242 visitors (‘13) - Participants from Role-Playing Edu-module for elementary, junior/ high school students (mock cabinet meeting, scientific investigation, mock court and mock prison participants) : 32,348 students (‘12), 34,525 student (’13) from 1,559 schools. - Participants from game-Playing Edu-module for preschool and elementary school students (eight programs for preschoolers, eleven for elementary school students) : 1,580 preschoolers, 2,253 elementary school students ■ Positive change on Law&citizenship through participatory LCE - According to Korea University’s research(2013), using Beop-Sarang Cyberland in class had positive effects on student’s law&citizenship - According to Korea national university of education’s research(2014), teachers who attended demonstration of ‘Lulu’s Monkeyland’ in class had positive reaction to it. Appropriateness of the teaching material scored 84.5 out of 100, and the teaching method scored 84.8. - According to Ewha woman’s university’s survey(2014), Beop-Sarang’s violence prevention program scored 3.7 (out of 5) on ‘satisfied’ among students and scored 3.8 (out of 5) on ‘satisfied’ by teachers. 2,226 students from 7 schools were the sample group. ■ Achievement on effectiveness of participatory LCE - As students learn science though experiment, LCE uses experience as a tool for witnessing society without the law or violence of the law to improve the educational effect. * Safe-driving action learning : experience how drinking effects on driving by driving simulation with blurry eyes and unfunctioning keyboards. * Paper cup action learning based on experiment : through paper cup experiment, students learn how one paper cup on a clean street can cause mass littering.

 11. Did the initiative improve integrity and/or accountability in public service? (If applicable)
■ Sustainability of Law&Citizenship Edu-Cube (1) Law&Citizenship Edu-Cube’s institutional foundation - Law&Citizenship Edu-Cube, including Solomon Law-park and Beop-Sarang Cyberland was initiated by Law&Order Advancement Planning Division following Regulations for Education Act(July.2010) and Support for Legal Education Act (Mar.2008) - The government has policy will to strengthen children & teens’s Law&Citizenship ever since ‘Sewol Ferry accident’ took place. (2) Law&Citizenship Edu-Cube’s financial foundation - Although start-up H/W installation and program development required public financial supports, only slight expenses are being used for updating contents and operational expenses once the system is set. - With Win-Win cooperation with private sector, expenses for developing new contents, advertisements and enlargement of the program could be saved. ■ Necessity and possibility of transferring Law&Citizenship Edu-Cube (1) Need for Law&Citizenship education in developing and underdeveloped countries - One of the common difficulty which developing and underdeveloped countries face is social cost due to low law-respect and citizenship. South Korea, a current member of OECD countries was once an underdeveloped country. Thus, Korea’s Law&Citizenship education experience could be a great lesson to developing and underdeveloped countries. (2) High transfer possibility of program, operation manual, S/W and know-how - If optimal IT technology H/W is ready, numerous contents, programs, operation manual formed in S/W format could be easily transferable. (Yet, some educational contents needs to be translated.) - Although it is desirable for Solomon Law-park to have facility investment, transferring programs are still feasible. It is important to know that educational materials, operation manual and know-how to start the program does not require much of transfer expense. (Note that translation of contents is needed.) (3) An OECD DAC country, Korean government’s willingness toward ODA - Ever since Korea joined in OECD DAC(Development Assistance Commitee) in 2010, Korea has been promoting ODA. - The Law & Order Advancement Division in the Ministry of Justice has signed a partnership with KOICA to help establish a law education center in Mongolia next year for the foreign nation’s legal advancement by providing online content and legal educational programs from Beob-Sarang Cyberland. (July 2013) - The Ministry of Justice thinks positively of exporting the Law & Citizenship Edu-Cube to underdeveloped and developing foreign countries as part of an ODA project. (4) Intranational attention toward Solomon Law-park and Beop-Sarang Cyberland - Japanese law-education society(such as, education organization, association and expert groups) visited Solomon Law-park for five times between ‘12~’13. - Beop-Sarang Cyberland case study presentation at 2011 G4C(game for change) Festival, New York University, USA. - Beop-Sarang Cyberland case study presentation at Comparative International Education Society conference 2013. - Beop-Sarang Cyberland case study presentation at Good Game Show Korea 2013. - Case study presentation about utilizing Beop-Sarang Cyberland as elementary school violence preventive program at Education study society in 2012. - Case study presentation about utilizing Beop-Sarang Cyberland as elementary school violence preventive program at Korea Educational Research Association in 2013. - Case Study presentation about Law&Citizenship Edu-Cube to Korean policy study association. (Scheduled for 2014)

 12. Were special measures put in place to ensure that the initiative benefits women and girls and improves the situation of the poorest and most vulnerable? (If applicable)
■ Shift supply centered paradigm delivery system to user centered paradigm based service delivery system. - Major problem of government and public institution’s service delivery system is that they insist on supplier centered, produce-and-deliver system. - To shift produce-and-deliver service system from supply centered to user centered system, innovative activities are needed to overcome previous work practices. Cooperation with different departments, practical service delivers and private sector for enlarging the service are required. ■ Cooperation with the Ministry of Education, schools, and teachers to relate LCE to regular school curriculum. - For effective L&C education, cooperation between the Ministry of Education and local education office who are in charge of school education are required. Nevertheless, education experts and teachers’ participations are needed for improving study guides and lesson plans. - To initiate ‘Beop-Sarang school’project, ‘local education office’s task force conference’, ‘Selection of program model school’, ‘Workshop for related personnel’ and ‘Operating and spreading education program’ discussion process was needed. ■ Win-Win cooperation with private sector to expand LCE. - The Ministry of Justice provides Cyberland contents to private portal sites↔ Private portal sites develop games and donate to Cyberland. ※ Junior Naver(www.jr.naver.com) : Korea’s top children’s website which has 1,500,000 visits per day ➜ Cyberland contents provided in Junior Naver (9,600 per month) - Provide the Ministry of Jutice’s Cyberland contents to private digital education firms ↔ Improvement of user accessibility without extra cost by utilizing private digital education networks. ※ i-Scream : top digital textbook company for elementary school, 99.8% of elementary school teachers are using this website. (130,000 visitors/day) ※ Chunjae eduction(T-sherpa) : Top textbook provider. Provide free web based teaching-learning center for teachers. ■ Adopt Blended Learning method to integrate Online-Offline education curriculum. - Provide the new Online-Offline Blended Learning L&C education service to overcome online education’s limit (low concentration and education effects) and offline education’s limit (difficulty on expanding the service). - Utilize Beop-Sarang Cyberland’s Online Contents in Offline classrooms. - Develop education programs that relates Online Beop-Sarang Cyberland and Offline Solomon Law-park. ■ Use of experts for creative problem-solving. - Legal experts play major roles in LRE(Law-related Education). However, to implement effective LCE(Law&Citizenship Education) for children & teens from various age groups, use of expert groups are the crucial key for the success. - To catch children & teens’s interest, game and animation experts are needed to develop various educational contents. - Policy and system development specialists are needed to shift provider-based service delivery system to user-based service delivery system.

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