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Education and Technology: Key Issues and Debates 1st Edition, eBook Kindle
|Número de páginas: 208 páginas||Dicas de vocabulário: Habilitado||Configuração de fonte: Habilitado|
|Page Flip: Habilitado||Idioma: Inglês|
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Technology is defined by Selwyn on a basic level as, "the process by which humans modify nature to meet their needs and wants (p. 6)." Technology can be separated into different basic subtopics to include such things as paper and pencil. Technology is also defined in terms of processes and practices that help people develop skills and knowledge. Digital technology is the term used for modern technological devices including information communications and computer based systems. The focus of the book is on digital technologies in education. Education is defined by Selwyn as "the conditions and arrangements where learning takes place (p. 5)." The book's focus is on the educational system that includes the social context, economic circumstances, gender, class, race, political aspects of society, and social systems in education.
Selwyn does a great job of exploring the way technology has changed the way educators view technology while also providing ways in which technology can be better used for everyone. The book is a text and reads as such. This is not a light, bed time reading but a valuable sorce of information to educators.
Overall, I felt that Selwyn provided a fair and accurate overview of a complex topic and I believe he supported his ultimate point that there is no straightforward answer to any of these questions. His intention seems to provide an unbiased overview of the pros and cons of a particular viewpoint and I feel he does this fairly. My only criticism is that Selwyn, possibly due to page limit constraints, was not able to go into significant depth on any of the issues. However, his book provides a valuable contribution to the education technology literature by highlighting key points and debates on issues related to the use of technology in education.