Worldwide lockdowns forced education to move online all of a sudden. Despite the great potential of digital education, the everyday practice proved to be unruly. While existing inequalities continued to grow, on the positive side students, teachers and parents became more confident in using digital tools.
Pedro De Bruyckere is a Flemish educational scientist at Arteveldehogeschool in Gent (Belgium) and Leiden University (Netherlands). Personalised education through technology has been a dream for a long time. What does science tell us about the results up until now? Pedro De Bruyckere: Personalised education comes at a human cost. First of all, it takes ...
onJuly 6, 2020
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