"3G" education
13 Aug 2008

"3G" education

Gustavo Andrade at UNAM in Mexico City

13 Aug 2008

Gustavo Andrade at UNAM in Mexico City just posted a video from a conference I participated in last April. He writes:

3G technology allows us to build an innovative vision of education. Education anywhere and at anytime, with a device that can be your own cell phone. John Moravec at the University of Minnesota explains the features of this form of learning, compared with that which is practiced among the brick walls that make up the classroom. For his part, Cristóbal Cobo of FLACSO-México explains that students and teachers must learn to unlearn in order to innovate in their teaching practices, and learn to respond to the accelerated pace of today’s digital revolution. If you want to know where is this “ubiquitous” information society in schools, take your time to see and hear this video. greetings

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