What 21st Century learning isn’t

Marketers tell us their products support ’21st Century learning’. The products may have been invented in the 21st Century, but are they supporting 21st Century learning or are they merely automating 19th and 20th Century learning and thus creating an obstacle for schools and colleges wanting to move forward? 21st Century learning is a problematic term. It implies that learning before the millennium was traditional or insufficient. It suggests that learning over the past decade or so has improved just…

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