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Real Innovation in Education Is About the Internet

Real Innovation in Education Is About the Internet | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

Enrique Rubio:  Internet como el nuevo entorno 'vital' (global, en red y complejo) al que debemos adaptarnos y en el que debemos desarrollarnos.

 

"The world is online... The world as we know is has changed. The world adapts to new technologies as fast as innovators can dream of them. Our children know it"

 

"We, as educators, parents, leaders, have the opportunity and the responsibility to now build strong, student-centered learning networks through technology"

 

"How, then, can we underestimate technology and the Internet in education when they are such accessible and customizable resources for learning, creativity, and innovation? The Internet is part of our reality, and we would do well by our children to accept and embrace it -- in classrooms and beyond"


Via Dr. Susan Bainbridge, enrique rubio royo
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Future of learning: obsolescence of knowledge, return to real teaching

Future of learning: obsolescence of knowledge, return to real teaching | Educación flexible y abierta | Scoop.it

 

 

 

"The future of learning is far more than new devices, digital content and online classrooms. It means potentially rewritten relationships between students and information, teachers and instruction, and schools and society"

 

"As schools adopt new instructional technology, debate has centered on the changing role of teachers, with critics concerned that online videos and other tools will diminish the role of the teacher. But in the film, Coursera’s Koller says one of the revolutions in education is that teaching will be less about conveying information and more of a return to its original roots where instructors engage in dialogue, develop critical thinking skills and spark passion about a discipline"

 

“Knowing something is probably an obsolete idea,” he says in the documentary. “You don’t actually need to know anything. You can find out at the point when you need to know it. It’s the teacher’s jobs to point young minds to the right kind of question. The teacher doesn’t need to give any answers because answers are everywhere.”



Via Marta Torán, enrique rubio royo
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enrique rubio royo's comment, October 24, 2012 3:52 PM
Gracias Marta