Productivity and Play in Digital Media and Learning | DMLcentral
A new report from the Technology & Social Change Group at the University of Washington’s Information School argues that, in the context of learning, using computers and other communication technologies for play is equally as important as using them for work or other “productive” activities.
Toilets to Tractors – Using Technology to Build Learning Relationships
The true power of technology in the classroom lies in its ability to help students build authentic, creative, and collaborative relationships through which they can learn and grow. Being able to engage in global synchronous and asynchronous conversations enables our students to make the necessary leap of imagination needed to “walk in someone else’s shoes” and develop empathy.
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