The second educational revolution: rethinking education in the age of technology

  title={The second educational revolution: rethinking education in the age of technology},
  author={A. Collins and Richard Halverson},
  journal={J. Comput. Assist. Learn.},
This paper drew upon a recent book (Rethinking Education in the Age of Technology) to summarize a number of prospects and challenges arising from the appropriation of digital technology into learning and educational practice. Tensions between traditional models of schooling and the affordances of digital media were noted, while the promise of these technologies for shaping a new system of education was reviewed. It was argued that new technology brings radical opportunities but also significant… Expand
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