Aharon Aviram , Janice Richardson, "Upon What Does the Turtle Stand?"
Springer; 1 edition (December 20, 2004) | ISBN:1402027982 | 258 pages | PDF | 1,8 Mb
The societal changes engendered by the rapid technological advances of the past century underline more than ever the crucial need to reflect on the future of our educational systems. Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) have completely modified our living, working, spending and leisure patterns, but do they also offer the very opportunity that we, as citizens, parents, teachers and politicians, have been seeking to ensure that children all over the world have access to an education that will enable them to become masters of their own lives? "Upon What Does the Turtle Stand?" attempts to answer this question by: examining the social aims underlying ICT integration in education; providing readers with a broad overview of the subject; underlining similarities and differences, points of accord and of conflict in implementation strategies and approaches; presenting the issue from the standpoint of highly experienced experts in the field; enabling readers to perceive more clearly the fundamental aims and values upon which "The Turtle Stands". This publication offers a wealth of information to researchers, academics, university lecturers, students, teacher trainers and trainees, educationalists and policy makers in their quest to define the rightful role of ICT in education.
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