Our society has changed.
The impact of technology has changed profoundly ways of being, thinking and living.
Marshall McLuhan,  The Medium is The Massage "The medium, or process, of our time - electric technology is reshaping ...
The challenges of a globalized world are not met by classical approaches. Industrial Age is on the wane. Knowledge society...
Knowledge society requires new skills, ways of thinking and acting.
Our students have changed.
The live immersed in media rich environments.
They connect, share and manipulate flows of information in multitasking environments.  Confusing? Not for the new generati...
Their logic is non-linear.  Learning paths become increasingly personal. Sequence is dissolved in constant flow.
Are the better students?  Worst students? Or just different from previous generations, shaping their ways of being and thi...
In tune with their world?
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  1. 2. Our society has changed.
  2. 3. The impact of technology has changed profoundly ways of being, thinking and living.
  3. 4. Marshall McLuhan, The Medium is The Massage "The medium, or process, of our time - electric technology is reshaping and restructuring patterns of social interdependence and every aspect of our personal life. It is forcing us to reconsider and re-evaluate practically every thought, every action, and every institution formerly taken for granted. Everything is changing: you, your family, your education, your neighborhood, your job, your government, your relation to "the others. And they're changing dramatically."
  4. 5. The challenges of a globalized world are not met by classical approaches. Industrial Age is on the wane. Knowledge society is being born.
  5. 6. Knowledge society requires new skills, ways of thinking and acting.
  6. 7. Our students have changed.
  7. 8. The live immersed in media rich environments.
  8. 9. They connect, share and manipulate flows of information in multitasking environments. Confusing? Not for the new generation.
  9. 10. Their logic is non-linear. Learning paths become increasingly personal. Sequence is dissolved in constant flow.
  10. 11. Are the better students? Worst students? Or just different from previous generations, shaping their ways of being and thinking?
  11. 12. In tune with their world?

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