The INTERNET now consumes more time than TELEVISION – So how is learning changing?

The FUTURE of Learning

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Say bye bye to the tellie my friends, as very soon it will be just as out of date as the old wireless radio your grandma had in her living room. The way we digest information now is much more active compared to the passive approach of the television.

Active learning compared to passive learning is nothing new of course for any teacher or student. Since the 1960s, learning has been pushed as being more useful if done through activity and discovery. But what about the internet today? Where is this going to push us in our world of learning.

I remember the day when I had the internet first in my classroom. It was amazing, it meant that whenever someone asked a question we could put it into the internet and get a reasonable answer. This was amazing. But is that all we can do…

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