Reconceptualising schooling for a Web 2.0 generation

University of the Fraser Valley Press
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Conference Proceeding
Readings in Technology and Education: Proceedings of ICICTE 2009, 2009, pp. 751 - 762
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This paper frames and theorises the nature of adolescents informal experiences in Web 2.0 environments to articulate their fit or misfit with current conceptions of school education. Adolescents are increasingly active Web 2.0 users. However, the traditional research and education communities have been slow to respond to the rapid emergence of the digital generational culture. Adolescents new ways of interacting and producing are likely to render current configurations of schooling obsolete and hence demand new conceptualisations of schooling. This paper discusses how these new visions might influence, disrupt and interact with future schooling scenarios.
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