Toward a digital future of curriculum, pedagogy & assessment

RICHARDSON, Mary, YANG, Weipeng and POUNTNEY, Richard (2023). Toward a digital future of curriculum, pedagogy & assessment. London, British Educational Research Association.

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In the last three decades, digital technologies have become an integral part of our lives, societies and education systems worldwide. Hence it is essential that educators can teach and incorporate technologies in their teaching practices (Yadav & Lachney, 2022). By doing so, we can ‘future-proof’ the upcoming generations who will learn with the aid of constantly evolving technologies, need to understand the impact of technologies on society, and must use technologies to showcase creativity and innovation in all aspects of life. The Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns since early 2020 have accelerated the incorporation of technology in education. Webmediated education has been introduced to replace or supplement traditional offline modes of teaching and learning. The willingness to adopt and experiment with digital technologies in education, including online learning software, video conferencing tools, virtual tutoring, and learning apps, continues to grow. We have chosen the following blog posts for this edition of BERA Bites because they provide valuable insights into curriculum, pedagogy and assessment, and suggest further lines of inquiry for research and practice. The authors address important issues impacting education and offer ideas for developing a shared vision for the digital future of education.

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