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Transforming Teaching, Learning and Assessment for the Digital Natives

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Transforming Teaching, Learning and Assessment for the Digital Natives by Ashwak Abdulsalam Yousif

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The changes that have been taking place in the digital age due to the advancements in technology are extensive. The impact of technology has been more intensive on the young generation that was born after the 1980s. New labels have been used to describe the young people who were born after the 1980s, such as 'digital natives, ' 'the Internet generation, ' 'Google generation, ' or 'the millennials.' These young people are more comfortable with the use of technology since they were born and grew up in the digital age. Wherever they go and whatever they do, they use their digital devices. Everything has changed due to the use of technology, but teaching, learning, and assessment procedures, to some extent, have very slight changes. Most young learners go to schools, sit in the classroom to receive knowledge from one or more teachers. The use of technology has transformed our factories, hospitals, communication, and transportation, etc.. However, the integration of technology in teaching and learning is still floundering, especially in K12 education in many countries around the world. What can educational technologies provide to our education systems, and how can educators meet the needs and capabilities of the digital natives? What teaching, learning, and assessment approaches that fit the learners in the digital era?The purpose of this series is to provide non- traditional perspectives and solutions to some of the current educational problems such as academic dishonesty, academic dropout, lack of motivation, absence, etc. Transforming teaching, learning, and assessment approaches using digital technologies has the potential to improve the communication between the digital natives and immigrants. The series will explore different educational problems in K12 and higher education institutions. Suggested solutions that focus on what must educators and academics do to transform the traditional teaching, learning, and assessment approaches will be provided. How can educational technologies give a hand to establish sound and better communication between digital immigrants and digital nativ
Release date NZ
May 13th, 2020
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