Module 8: Digital Futures (James, " Connecting the Blind Spots,…
Module 8: Digital Futures
James, " Connecting the Blind Spots, Reconnecting the Disconnects"
Connecting Blind Spots
moral and ethical insensitivity
value that perspective
Reconnecting the Disconnects
"it's just the internet"
moral and ethical motivation
may require digital "time-outs"
Selwyn, " The Dsytopian Futures"
dis-engagement of the learner
acceleration of disrespect of learning institutions
"dumbing down" of younger generations
declining basic literacy
deprofessionalism of "the teacher"
"virtual assembly line"
devaluation of knowledge
too much information
incapable of processing
displacement of " the teacher"
increased surveillance and accountability
"to get the best"
"think the worst of it"
Childress, "Utopian Futures for Learning Technologies"
social conditions are perfect
something possessing perfect qualities
Plato had the first plan
future of learning
preparing for change
shifts in learning environments
embedded and embodied learning
global learning arbitrage