Shifts and Advances for Education from Digital Disruption

ILSTE Researchers

further examine digital disruption at the Australian Curriculum Conference on 5 June, in the stream Adapting to Change. Professor Claire Wyatt-Smith, Professor Bob Lingard and Dr Elizabeth Heck from the Institute for Learning Sciences and Teacher Education, present cameos of what digital disruption looks like: in the world; in education systems and in schooling. They ask:

What are the discernible shifts in pedagogy including assessment and testing that have occurred?

What are the potential of advances in artificial intelligence and machine learning?

What will these advances bring for desired relationships between teachers and students?

What will the place of curriculum, pedagogy and assessment be in this changing context of schooling and schooling systems?

More on their research ideas are also found in the recent publication, Digital Disruption in Teaching and Testing – Assessments, Big Data, and the Transformation of Schooling

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