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Sandy Kendell

Where digital natives roam, paper and pencil have a place, too - 23 views

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    "...just because somebody knows how to send a text and get an email, doesn't mean they know how to be digital learners" - story about a technology-themed high school in NYC that uses a blended learning, no textbook model
Sandy Kendell

As 'digital natives' mature, world to have 6 billion mobile connections, 4.7 billion In... - 14 views

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    How Generacion C - Connect, Communicate, Change - Born in 1990 and After - Now hitting college - Will Shape the World
Maggie Verster

All In The Mind: Computers and your head - 0 views

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    Are our ubiquitous interactions with computers radically changing our brains? The way we think? The way we see the world? Do digital natives think significantly differently to digital immigrants?
Maggie Verster

Next Generation User Skills - 1 views

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    Amid the rhetoric about the validity of concepts such as Digital Natives, GenY, Net Gen etc. an important issue is often overlooked - the need to address the development of skills and competencies required to work, learn and live online in the future. Too often this debate polarises people and disintegrates into arguments over skills vs integration etc.
Maggie Verster

FINAL REPORT of DIGITAL YOUTH RESEARCH - 0 views

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    "Kids' Informal Learning with Digital Media: An Ethnographic Investigation of Innovative Knowledge Cultures" is a three-year collaborative project funded by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. Carried out by researchers at the University of Southern California and University of California, Berkeley, the digital youth project explores how kids use digital media in their everyday lives. Read more
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