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Using Network and Mobile Technology to Bridge Formal and Informal Learning by Manuela Repetto, Guglielmo Trentin

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A conclusive thought: the opportunity to change education is, literally, at hand

Cathlee A. Norris and Elliot Soloway

Abstract:

We have known for more years than we might care to admit what a classroom should look like in order for substantive learning to take place. But instead of a learn-by-doing (also known as project-based learning, inquiry-based learning, active learning, etc.) didactic pedagogy/direct instruction still rules the land. Whether it is a teacher at the front of the room expounding or a Khan Academy video expounding or an electronic whiteboard instead of a blackboard at the place of the expounding or if the students can immediately respond to expounding with a clicker – that is still direct instruction pedagogy and we ...

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