The smart learning environment is a technology-supported learning environment that is enriched with digital resources, context-aware and adaptive devices, and can provide
appropriate support to meet the learning style and abilities of diverse students to promote better and enhances learning process in higher education. It is a student-centered learning environment that has the capacity to engage students and offers an effective learning process. It is characterized by the ability to provide interactions between students and facilitators, and personalized and inclusive learning experiences to anyone, anytime and anywhere using smart mobile devices. However, despite the increasing use of smart learning environment in higher education, there is no well-defined model with a set of educational requirements for developing and evaluating self-regulated smart learning environment which considers both instructional and evaluation design. Therefore, this article explores instructional design and learning evaluation process to propose a new set of educational requirements referred to as smart learning environment pedagogical and educational requirements model (SLE-PERM) for developing and evaluating self-regulated smart learning environment. Next, the article presents the application of the educational requirements on three common learning management system (LMS) namely: Moodle, Blackboard and Schoology which can be used to evaluate the suitability of LMS to guide stakeholders on the critical issues that require pedagogical
and educational requirements for developing a self-regulated smart learning environment in higher education.
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