Implementation of ICT in Danish and Nordic schools gradually moves from an industrial towards an emerging knowledge society school paradigm. At the same time ICT, digital literacy and the school’s physical and social organization are constantly negotiated. In schools that proactively meet the challenges, new designs for teaching and learning emerge while teacher-student relations transform and the children and young people’s competencies are resources in the processes of learning. This chapter presents research based on the proactive schools and exemplifies possible outlines of the school, in the knowledge society. Finally, the findings are extrapolated into a vision of a future local global school in the knowledge society.
|Titel||Interactive media use and youth : learning, knowledge exchange and behavior|
|Redaktører||Elza Dunkels, Gun-Marie Frånberg, Camilla Hällgren|
|ISBN (Trykt)||1609602064, 9781609602062|
|Status||Udgivet - 2011|
|Navn||Premier reference source|
Sørensen, B. H., & Levinsen, K. (2011). School in the knowledge society: a local global school. I E. Dunkels, G-M. Frånberg, & C. Hällgren (red.), Interactive media use and youth: learning, knowledge exchange and behavior (s. 32-48). Premier reference source https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-60960-206-2