Similarities, Differences and Challenges of Analogical and Digital Learning Environments

By:
Prof. Juana M Sancho Gil
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A pedagogical characterisation of both "analogical" and digital learning environments based in the role of teachers and students, the approach to knowledge, teaching materials, educational interaction and students assessment will allow us to identify not only the similarities and differences between both environments but what it's more important, the challenges education face in contemporary societies. Such analyses will help us to increase our understanding of the pedagogical dimensions of ICT-driven learning environments.


Keywords: Student Motivation, Role of Teachers and Students
Stream: Curriculum and Pedagogy
Presentation Type: Plenary Presentation in English
Paper: Similarities, Differences and Challenges of Analogical and Digital Learning Environments


Prof. Juana M Sancho Gil

Professor, Educational Technology, University of Barcelona
Spain

Juana Sancho is professor in Educational Technology at the University of Barcelona. Co-director of the Centre for the Study of Change in Culture and Education at the Scientific Park of Barcelona and co-ordinator of the Quality Research Education, Training, Innovation and New Technologies. She has participated and co-ordinated several European, international and local research projects related to educational innovation and change and the impact and use of ITC in education; and acted as advisor on various research projects in European, Spanish and Latin American institutions. She has been visiting scholar at the Educational Technology Center of Harvard University and Invited Professor at the UNESCO Chair of "Distance Education" at the Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (Brazil). She is co-director of the book series Repensar la educación (Rethinking education) published by Octaedro and circulated widely in Spain and Latin America. She has published a number of books and articles both nationally and internationally.

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