Students are involved in an 'architecture of participation' - creating, adapting and sharing content and information. For them, this learning is a comfortable multimodal process, but for educators, the change is large-scale and revolutionary.
Part of the Learning in a Changing World Series, this title looks at how schools have many challenges to address to create a renewal of pedagogy and technology work practices. As we begin to understand the importance of these profound shifts, we come to the realisation that we are being challenged to un-learn and re-learn in order to grant students access to 21st century learning.
The Learning in a Changing World series looks at how the process of learning is evolving at a rapid pace- from the array of resources available in the digital age, changing curriculum, and different teaching strategies needed in order to use new media and technologies, school leaders in the 21st century need to adapt and learn in order to succeed.