La nueva cultura del aprendizaje es adaptarse a los cambios y buscar nuevas formas de aprender a través de la innovación, cultivar la imaginación y aprender haciendo. Según el profesor Douglas Thom…
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This past week, major news publications featured the voices of two young people who clearly articulate the need of the educational systems to change to better meet their needs – educationally, per…
"I propose that we institute a 21st century model of education, rooted in 21st century learning skills and creativity, imagination, discovery, and project-based learning. We need to stop telling kids to shut up, sit down, and listen to the teacher passively."
What research in cognitive science and psychology tells us about technology’s effect on young people’s brains.
"Although the use of computers and other devices like tablets and smartphones is not changing the fundamental operations of young people’s brains, computerized instruction can be designed to work with these built-in features of the mind."
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Absurd, unbelievable, tragic, obscene — I grope for words to describe the National Rifle Association’s proposal for how the nation should respond to last week’s slaughter in Newtown: More guns in the schools.
"Absurd, unbelievable, tragic, obscene." Excellent description. I would add another word: Insane.
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