Tag Archives: 21st Century Education

What does offline 21st Century Learning look like?

In a recent post, I argued against the assumption that 21st Century Learning requires a constant, always-on connection to the Internet. Such a requirement assumes that 21st Century Learning consists of blogposting, wiki editing, research, etc. This always-on connectivity would doom large chunks of the human race to old-style learning: many countries in Africa, South […]

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Is a 21st Century Education even possible in Africa?

Recently, ICS hosted Jeff Utecht for a week-long inaugural COETAIL course. Teachers and staff members discussed connected learning, web tools, student engagement, etc. They created blog sites, collaborated on online documents, and more. It was a week of thought-provoking and engaging materials – a successful start to an exciting program here in Addis Ababa. There were […]