14-19 and Digital Technologies: A review of research and projects

Abstract : The 14-19 debate goes to the heart of a number of core questions: What is education for? Who should benefit? What attributes do we value and need in our young people as workers, as learners? Where does learning happen? What role should young people themselves play in shaping their education? By outlining the key issues in these debates and reviewing the evidence, the authors of this review map out a framework within which we can create a coherent strategy for the design and use of digital technologies for learning - whether in conventional academic contexts, or in the myriad sites of learning in more radical visions.
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Chris Davies, Geoff Hayward, Linariah Lukman. 14-19 and Digital Technologies: A review of research and projects. A NESTA Futurelab Research report - report 13. 2005. 〈hal-00190495〉



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