Posts tagged: digital literacy

Invisible Learning – book review

26 September 2011 0

** This is a cross-post written by Mitch Weisburgh on September 23, 2011 in Academic-Biz. ** 1o days ago, the eBook ‘Invisible Learning’ was realeased with Creative Commns.  And we are pleased to say that so far 5,000 people have already downloaded it!   This is a summary of Aprendizaje Invisible (Invisible Learning, in English), an ebook… Read More »

The puzzling results of the PISA test in “digital reading performance”

The last week the OECD released its most updated report with the results of the students “digital reading performance”. This assessment was applied to 470 000 students in 2009, and taken by 26 million 15-year-olds in the schools of the 65 participating countries. Before reviewing some of the most relevant results, please take a look of this curious chart… Read More »

Technology in the classrooms of developing countries

Thanks to an invitation of the Ministry of Education in Argentina and the Spanish mobile phone operator, Telefonica, we will give a couple of presentation in Buenos Aires and Corrientes, Argentina. The aim of these talks is to discuss the use of the Internet within and outside of the formal education environment (+ information). Noteworthy, that the Government of Argentina (as many others… Read More »

The 2nd digital divide & the 2015 EU Digital Agenda:

e-skills reshaping the future of learning View more presentations from Cristobal Cobo Romaní. After ten years of continuous effort to bring digital technologies to the classroom (particularly in the secondary and tertiary education levels) the European Commission has acknowledged in several policy assessments that the impact of these regional investments in technology have not been… Read More »