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Teaching & Learning in the Digital Age
An exploration of pitfalls & possibilities-- mostly possibilities
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Questioning Culture and Technology: Students’ Stories at DML Conference | Spotlight on Digital Media and Learning

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Referring to themselves as A Tribe Called Locke, the students build on Paolo Freire’s critical pedagogy theory to interrogate the meaning of culture and how technology relates to it. They do so by asking three questions: what is culturally relevant curriculum; how is technology used in curriculum; and how is Facebook used as a learning tool.

 

The video kicks off with students trading off stories spoken-word style, offering insight into the obstacles many kids face—from a lack of working computers to a lack of understanding of how smartphones and other personal devices can be used as learning tools.

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New models of teaching and education supported by technology

Technology democratises access to information and offers new opportunities to change the way education is delivered.

Online lessons and learning resources designed in ways that are proven to wor...
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Aleph Molinari: Let’s bridge the digital divide!

Aleph Molinari: Let’s bridge the digital divide! | Teaching & Learning in the Digital Age | Scoop.it
Five billion people can’t use the Internet. Aleph Molinari empowers the digitally excluded by giving them access to computers and the know-how to use them. (One model to decrease digital divide and increase computer literacy; esp first 5 min!
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Open Library Download Read Share Free Ebooks

Open Library Download Read Share Free Ebooks | Teaching & Learning in the Digital Age | Scoop.it
The Open Library is an open project of a collection of more than 2 million free ebooks. This project is part of the Internet Archive and has been funded partly by a grant from the Calefornia State Library and the kahle/ Austin Foundation.

Via Jon Samuelson
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