C-SAP e-learning forum: Making sense of digital technology

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C-SAP e-learning forum: Making sense of digital technology

  1. 1. making sense of digital technology and education: a social science perspective Neil Selwyn London Knowledge Lab Institute of Education, University of London, UK [email_address] presentation to C-SAP e-Learning forum London 8 th July 2010 London Knowledge Lab
  2. 2.     eight things we need to do ….   1. distinguish the rhetoric from the reality 2. ask what is really ‘new’ about new technology 3. resist the ‘technical fix’ 4. think carefully about education and technology 5. build a better body of research 6. look backwards as well as look forwards 7. acknowledge the politics of education and technology 8. make technology as a mainstream educational ‘issue’
  3. 3.     eight things we need to do ….   1. distinguish the rhetoric from the reality 2. ask what is really ‘new’ about new technology 3. resist the ‘technical fix’ 4. think carefully about education and technology 5. build a better body of research 6. look backwards as well as look forwards 7. acknowledge the politics of education and technology 8. make technology as a mainstream educational ‘issue’
  4. 4.     eight things we need to do ….   1. distinguish the rhetoric from the reality 2. ask what is really ‘new’ about new technology 3. resist the ‘technical fix’ 4. think carefully about education and technology 5. build a better body of research 6. look backwards as well as look forwards 7. acknowledge the politics of education and technology 8. make technology as a mainstream educational ‘issue’
  5. 5.     eight things we need to do ….   1. distinguish the rhetoric from the reality 2. ask what is really ‘new’ about new technology 3. resist the ‘technical fix’ 4. think carefully about education and technology 5. build a better body of research 6. look backwards as well as look forwards 7. acknowledge the politics of education and technology 8. make technology as a mainstream educational ‘issue’
  6. 6.     eight things we need to do ….   1. distinguish the rhetoric from the reality 2. ask what is really ‘new’ about new technology 3. resist the ‘technical fix’ 4. think carefully about education and technology 5. build a better body of research 6. look backwards as well as look forwards 7. acknowledge the politics of education and technology 8. make technology as a mainstream educational ‘issue’
  7. 7.     eight things we need to do ….   1. distinguish the rhetoric from the reality 2. ask what is really ‘new’ about new technology 3. resist the ‘technical fix’ 4. think carefully about education and technology 5. build a better body of research 6. look backwards as well as look forwards 7. acknowledge the politics of education and technology 8. make technology as a mainstream educational ‘issue’
  8. 8.     eight things we need to do ….   1. distinguish the rhetoric from the reality 2. ask what is really ‘new’ about new technology 3. resist the ‘technical fix’ 4. think carefully about education and technology 5. build a better body of research 6. look backwards as well as look forwards 7. acknowledge the politics of education and technology 8. make technology as a mainstream educational ‘issue’
  9. 9.     eight things we need to do ….   1. distinguish the rhetoric from the reality 2. ask what is really ‘new’ about new technology 3. resist the ‘technical fix’ 4. think carefully about education and technology 5. build a better body of research 6. look backwards as well as look forwards 7. acknowledge the politics of education and technology 8. make technology as a mainstream educational ‘issue’
  10. 10.     eight things we need to do ….   1. distinguish the rhetoric from the reality 2. ask what is really ‘new’ about new technology 3. resist the ‘technical fix’ 4. think carefully about education and technology 5. build a better body of research 6. look backwards as well as look forwards 7. acknowledge the politics of education and technology 8. make technology as a mainstream educational ‘issue’
  11. 12. making sense of digital technology and education: a social science perspective Neil Selwyn London Knowledge Lab Institute of Education, University of London, UK [email_address] presentation to C-SAP e-Learning forum London 8 th July 2010 London Knowledge Lab

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