"New art forms are polarizing. We love or hate Damien Hirst’s formaldehyde animals or Tracey Emin’s unmade bed but roundly understand that avant garde art has value, the artist trying to challenge us and make us think something. Video games draw similar fire. Detractors hem and haw that they’re all about shooting guns and wasting time, and worry about the harm they may be doing that we haven’t identified yet. Supporters congregate into defensive groups, highlighting not only their entertainment and relaxation value, but touting that they have educational and self-improvement benefits too."
"What will the future of education look like? KnowledgeWorks Foundation has just released the third edition of its education forecast, called Forecast 3.0, Recombinant Education: Regenerating the Learning Ecosystem, that outlines the deconstruction of the current education model, a change in educators’ roles based on their strengths, changing career pathways, and the role of technology in this realm. The language might seem a bit futuristic, but the insights are fascinating."
Social media is fast becoming as ubiquitous as the air we breathe. In recent months, many schools and districts around the country have taken steps to create social media policies and guidelines for their students and staff
A interrogação do Miguel foi pretexto para um ato de mediação. Conduzi-o à descoberta da Rota da Seda, ao estudo da China, dos tipos de folha, até à descoberta (partilhada por ambos) do modo como as árvores respiram, quando não têm folhas.
In the Future Work Skills 2020 report, the Institute for the Future identified 10 skills that will be vital for success in the workforce for the next decade. This perspective focuses on one of these 10 vital skills: New media literacy.
The thought process that guides my work starts with why -- the reasons and or questions that underlie a problem (yes, problem and not opportunity just yet) -- and how to go about breaking it down into parts we can address.
Today many initiatives bring groups and individuals together by using social media. They amplify their voice and make their expectations, desires and frustrations public. Some of these initiatives have demonstrated the competence to mobilize people and networks and push government for action. Internet enables connection of various networked local events to occur in different parts of the world; the network is global while events are local. Thus new geographies are formed exploding contextual limits and boundaries between localities and previous hierarchies of scale. We can say that the public sphere has become hybrid as it incorporates virtual and geographical spaces, and traditional and social media. This paper argues that social media can amplify the public space. The categories of "public", "public space" incorporate the possibilities of collaboration and participation in everyday life that portable devices such as smartphones or cell phones already enable.
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