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Teaching digital natives : partnering for real learning / Marc Prensky ; foreword by Stephen Heppell

Prensky, Marc.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBook; Format: print Publisher: Thousand Oaks : Corwin, 2010Description: XX, 203 p. : il.; 26 cm.ISBN: 9781412975414.Subject(s): Internet en la enseñanza | Innovaciones tecnológicas
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Bibliografía: p. 191-192

Teaching Digital Natives presents teachers with an intuitive yet highly innovative and research-based partnership model designed to promote student learning through the use of technology. Emphasizing more on how students learn relevant skills as they use technology to "get things done" and less on the mastery of technology for technologyâ€{u3833}ake, Marc Prensky calls for a division of labour and cooperation between students, teachers, and administrators so that eachgroup can take on the roles for which they are best suited. Each chapter focuses on how to empower students to learn a cluster of 21st century skills whileproviding a variety of content-area and grade-level examples. The book illustrates: How digitally literate students can specialize in content finding, analysis, and presentation via multiple media; How teachers can specialize in providing questions, context, quality, rigour, and individualized attention to students; How administrators can support, organize and facilitate the process while meeting curriculum and standards requirements.

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