— [http://goo.gl/x6BlI5] The need to prepare students to function and excel in a digital world combined with the need to meet technology standards requires a change in the way many courses are taught._______________________When schools effectively integrate web technology into their courses, they enable students to demonstrate knowledge, develop essential communication skills, and build foundations for their careers.

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Technological literacy does not ensure that reflection and learning take place. The educator guides students on information, visual and media literacy –how to critically write creative pieces. --Benjamin Madeira "

"The effects of ICT on school: teachers’ and students’ perspectives," by Liisa Ilomäki, Department of Teacher Education University of Turku, 2008 PDF ::

The effects of ICT on school: teachers and students perspectives, PDF - Official Website - BenjaminMadeira

Digital disruption has changed the landscape of the media world, and journalism and communication schools need to figure out how to educate in a time of vast change. The schools themselves need to change too, or risk falling behind.
Podcast with students and professors alike on the value of a journalism education, the future of education innovation and more.
Special guests are Howard Finberg, creator of NewsU at the Poynter Institute; Eva Avenue, former editor-in-chief of the Daily Lobo at the University of New Mexico; and San Diego State University professor and Knight Center MOOC coordinator Amy Schmitz Weiss. MediaShift’s Mark Glaser hosts, along with Andrew Lih from American University.


• School Degree Needed; MOOCs, Online Learning, Digital Skills

MP3 — “How to educate in a time of vast change.”

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