Learning - Childhood in the Digital Age (#5/5)

Learning - Childhood in the Digital Age (#5/5)

Recording date: 29/06/2015
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How will classroom teachers adapt to make room for digital technology in education? And how can parents support their children as technology advances beyond their own level of understanding? Childhood is a time of rapid change, not just physically, but also socially and cognitively, as children learn new skills, adapt existing ones and become more equipped to deal with the world around them. In this video Nathalia Gjersoe focuses on the future, and especially on the impact of changes to formal schooling and education in the next decade and beyond.

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http://media-podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/3317_childhoodinthedigitalagemooc/35810_21cc_week_4_-_education_1080.m4v
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up2u_OPEN_UK_http://podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/3317_childhoodinthedigitalagemooc/35810_21cc_week_4_-_education_1080.m4v
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The Open University
The Open University


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