Research on the Spillover Effects of Digital Transformation on the Sustainable Growth of Green Schools
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Digital transformation
Green schools
Spillover effect



Submitted : 2023-11-22
Accepted : 2023-12-07
Published : 2023-12-22


The development of society and the advancement of science and technology have led to the widespread integration of digital transformation in the field of education. However, the current establishment of green schools faces various challenges, including non-environmental building facilities, high renovation costs, low organizational management efficiency, high energy consumption, outdated office tools, and insufficient environmental awareness among teachers and students. Through thorough research and analysis, it becomes evident that digital technology can play a pivotal role in addressing these challenges and contribute to all aspects of green school establishment. The incorporation of digital thinking concepts is essential for the construction of ecologically civilized campuses and inclusive innovation. The process of digital design and transformation proves instrumental in optimizing both software and hardware facilities within the campus, thereby reducing energy consumption. Simultaneously, comprehensive digital teaching management enhances overall efficiency in management and service delivery. Innovative digital teaching and learning models emerge as transformative tools, providing new avenues to create low-carbon, green classrooms for both teachers and students. By exploring the application of digital transformation in establishing green schools and examining the resulting spillover effects, valuable insights can be gained. These insights, in turn, serve as reference points for building diversified digital technology paths on campus and fostering the creation of green schools.


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