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Thoughts on curiosity, creativity, innovation,technology, and design & their connection to learning & the reshaping of School.
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How Will Technology Transform Digital Learning In The Next Decades?

How Will Technology Transform Digital Learning In The Next Decades? | Anytime Anywhere Learning | Scoop.it

Wondering how technology will transform digital learning in the future? Check how Digital Learning Technology will change in the next decades.


Let us first see what digital learning technology is offering right now. Some of the advantages of digital learning at the moment are:

  • Easy access and ability to adapt to user’s preferences.
  • No location or time constraints.
  • Multimedia resources and interactive environment.
  • Users are part of virtual communities.
  • Learning material constantly updated.
  • Limited socio-economic status constrains.

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Sandra Hewson's curator insight, July 25, 8:29 PM

Most of these changes are already in evidence; schools are the slowest to change.

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Totally Addictive Education: The Future of Learning - Forbes

Totally Addictive Education: The Future of Learning - Forbes | Anytime Anywhere Learning | Scoop.it
Today, most educational systems are designed to work from the microscopic to the macroscopic. Students learn facts and figures and tiny fractions of knowledge long before anyone really puts things into a larger context.

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14 things that are obsolete in 21st century schools

14 things that are obsolete in 21st century schools | Anytime Anywhere Learning | Scoop.it


Saying that it has always been this way, doesn’t count as a legitimate justification to why it should stay that way. Teacher and administrators all over the world are doing amazing things, but some of the things we are still doing, despite all the new solutions, research and ideas out there is, to put it mildly, incredible.


I’m not saying we should just make the current system better… we should change it into something else.


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Susan Einhorn's insight:

Not incremental change - no more 'tweaking' - but schools imagined  anew. I would add ensuring that all students and teachers have their own fully functional, personal, portable laptop or tablet, that schedules need to be flexible, that informal learning be recognized as valuable and 'basic', that subjects no longer be 'silo-ed', and that 'education' is more about learning to ask good questions that drive inquiry than to only give correct answers. 

 

 

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