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Applying and Integrating Media and Technology for Learning in a Traditional or Post Modern Classroom.
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106 Experts Share Their Thoughts on the Future of Education, Part 2: Edtech

106 Experts Share Their Thoughts on the Future of Education, Part 2: Edtech | Technology in Art And Education | Scoop.it

“The future of education is digital. We live in an increasingly digital world, where technology is a part of our lives in so many ways. Now more than ever, it is crucial that we incorporate digital technology into education.


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Stephania Savva, Ph.D's curator insight, January 2, 10:05 AM
There is not much that is left untold regarding the vast pace in  technology evolves and how it affects our daily lives. Of the most prominent areas where the proliferation of technology should be systematically and meaningfully implemented, is education. 

Read this article for insights among different experts in the field, answering the question on what the future of education holds, in particular with relevance to digital revolution and evolution. Somewhere there, you will see my view as well.

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More than 100,000 people are taking an online course from Yale. Here’s what it means for the future of education.

More than 100,000 people are taking an online course from Yale. Here’s what it means for the future of education. | Technology in Art And Education | Scoop.it
An online course at Yale offers a window into the future of education.

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Wow! This is an amazing window into the future!

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Harvard and now Yale joins the MOOC world. FINALLY a way to continuously learn without the expense or relocation of having to be on campus without compromising quality education.

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What Is A 21st Century School Supposed To Look Like?

What Is A 21st Century School Supposed To Look Like? | Technology in Art And Education | Scoop.it

"So, what should a school in the 21st Century look like? Well, it’s more than just filling a classroom with tech. It’s about ensuring that five year olds are getting ready for a future that no-one is really be able to predict until they are much older. That also means supporting teachers and giving them the skills to help their students achieve this. Helping teachers understand why it is important for them to use it, so that they can provide useful experiences for their students."


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10 building blocks for the future of schools - agree with most but not 1:1) - your thoughts? via @mcleod & @shareski

10 building blocks for the future of schools - agree with most but not 1:1) - your thoughts? via @mcleod & @shareski | Technology in Art And Education | Scoop.it
As Dean Shareski and I worked together on our new book, Different Schools for a Different World, (released this week!), he encouraged me to

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Windows 8, What Does This Mean for Schools? - MicroK12 Blog

Windows 8, What Does This Mean for Schools? - MicroK12 Blog | Technology in Art And Education | Scoop.it

Last week Microsoft released the new Windows 8 Operating System. What we have seen so far is quite a break from how they have done things in the past, getting rid of the Start menu and implementing Metro – a re-imagining of what Windows will be going forward with. There are lots of implications about what this all means going forward. They are supporting multiple form factors from traditional desktops and laptops to tablets as well as the more modern and power efficient ARM processor architectures. What does this mean for schools?


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Monica S Mcfeeters's comment, November 10, 2012 9:06 AM
Susan Bainbridge Thank you for curating this article link.