Driven by technology, learning is changing from being a process-based experience to becoming an experience-driven process.

Traducing tradition

Traditionally, learning took place in factory-like rooms in which rows of children sat at desks working with paper, pencils, a teacher, a blackboard and an array of facts.

What mattered at that time was to instil discipline and to learn basic numeracy, literacy and a selection of facts.

Technology means we need to comprehend context more than we must retain facts. Today’s children learn at their own personalized pace, thanks to use of iPads and other technologies. The blackboard is as likely (possibly more likely) to be inside your phone as it is on the wall.

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