To implement a new type of learning in this new era, we need infrastructure, along with “attitude” …

Profound institutional change, spatial and temporal traditional boundaries of education. Learning is lifelong and breadth of life. And some new and important things need not be learned in formal classes, and you can learn in easy to use interfaces, with a help menu, through education on the shoulder by a friend or colleague. informal learning … Angel-Pio González Soto and Juan Domingo Farnós (juandon) Informal learning or need to adapt more to the world of workhttp://www.suite101.net/content/aprendizaje-informal-a3075 of Jay Cross.

This is just in time learning “just enough, a new insight of pedagogy. This requires a systematic investment in new access infrastructure, hardware, software, technical support and teacher professional learning.

To change the balance of learning so that students are discoverers and responsible, available knowledge assets beyond the previously restricted orbit of teacher and textbook … recorders become empirical observation is become journalists and editors of knowledge taking place in many contexts.

Students become actors of knowledge, at least as much as are the recipients of knowledge ( prosumers ) This requires an extra effort on the part of society in research on e-learning and pedagogy

Recognize the differences between students and use them as a productive resource. Students are better able to utilize the resources of their identities and apply their experiences to the learning environment, to observe and report in a way that ties in with their own perspectives and knowledge represented in the timbre of his voice, which calls, including a kind of sum between the digital divide and seek EXCELLENCE personals of each, to improve as individuals and in turn make a better society.

This requires an investment that promotes large-scale, long term, testing in laboratory conditions and development of proven ways in which all students can be hired to fulfill their aspirations and realize their potential.

To extend the range and combination of modes of representation in which students can express their knowledge in the text or image, audio or video, data set or software program. This will require investment in interdisciplinary research and learning professionals to provide teachers with adequate toolbox ‘grammar of meaning that allow students to use a wider range of media in learning .


Develop skills of conceptualisation, navigating a path through the identification in the form of file names and thumbnails, navigation architectures menus and directories, the semantic tagging folksonomies actually home, formal taxonomies that define domains content, and standards used to create web sites, fill Web links, identify the areas of database and determine the content of the document.

Angel-Pio González Soto and Juandon/ /

These new media everywhere needs a peculiar sensitivity conceptualization, which involves sophisticated forms of pattern recognition and outlining.

To connect your own social thought in the mind of the distributed cognition and collective intelligence, here we introduce the studies Evironament Social Learning from Jane Hart , which allow us to work in network scenarios.

 In the era of ubiquitous computing, not just what we know, but what we can find.

This makes testing a closed book and much of the rote learning is an anachronism. To advance this line of interdisciplinary research is required to create assessment tools provide assessment information more useful and relevant formative and summative assessment of students, parents and educators. http://www.scribd.com/full/34150307?access_key = key-2n650wbclpx8z7b8e21

To build the knowledge, we must build collaborative cultures. Our Ubiquitous Computing invites forms of social reflexivity that can create ” communities of practice “to support learning.

In the context of learning everywhere, teachers can take advantage of the enormous energies to the knowledge side as equals and the power of collective intelligence .

Students may participate as individuals who previously would have been regarded as strange or even out the playing field in the learning process, parents and other relatives, friends, critics and experts. Scenarios are now learning all we can each have our personal learning environment ( PLE ), as we said our friend Xavier Suñe., and also work with the most sophisticated and powerful NLP ….

The digital workspace technologies ‘social networks’ are a fertile ground for this type of work, both simple and transparent when it comes to high differential contributions to educational organizations and the marking of work.

Technology, however, is only a means to support the overall goal of ubiquitous learning.

Other aspects include:

  • learning in amplitude, within the limits of formal learning and accreditation fade is available for learning-in-situ.
  • Lifelong learning, from early childhood education, learning community and the workplace, to retraining a workforce that can retire at an increasing age.
  • Full-service learning, integrated learning services crossing health, welfare, employment and other community services.
  • 7 days a week, 7-11 expanded time schools online instruction as well as play and socialize.
  • flexible delivery of training, supporting a range of options for home education, education online.

Technology can support these moves towards greater ubiquity of education. But not enough to produce them.