Thursday, July 10, 2008

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2.0 ...

The issue seems to have gained interest from Science 2.0 Article of Ben Shneiderman, a professor of computer science at the University of Maryland , published in the journal Science .

musicians of the time, pushing the music of ordinary people. Punk emerged as a mockery to the rigidity of the conventions that concealed forms of social and cultural oppression. "
If we change the words" rock "by " training " and" musicians "by mainstream academic" , we have a rough idea of \u200b\u200b "edupunk"
. The term / movement is very interesting several reasons: covering the concerns of a number of teachers who seek continuous improvement in their practices 'online' and lack of responses in the technologies available in their institutions, can justify (in the epistemological level) the current e-learning 2.0
and, above all, gather around a concept (brand) a number of concerns present in the movement for open educational resources . source The critical point is the monitoring and evaluation. It is teaching something that has been with anarchist theory and the 'de-schooling' authors such as Illich , Reimer, Goodman or
Holt. In the alternative to formal schooling, Illich even suggests the possibility of building the conditions for using technology in the service of society, culture unschooling (Illich, I, The conviviality, Barcelona, \u200b\u200bBarral Editores, 1974 .) The progress of social software seems to go in the direction desired by Illich, but the discussion of quality in education and the need for control over educational processes and learning assessment provides serious arguments and contrary to the bases of edupunk . The debate is already and served in the coming years will be a topic of great interest to educationalists.


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