During the coronavirus crisis, digital tools have become a lifeline for education. But learning from home could amplify existing inequalities.
How has the digital revolution changed traditional parenting? Does good parenting necessitate use of digital technologies? What are the potential risks of “plugging-in”?
Digital technologies help children to learn, socialise and unwind, but they also pose serious risks. How can education systems respond?
Technology should play an important role in education if we want to provide teachers with learning environments that support 21st-century methods of teaching.
It’s probably fair to say that AI is ethically neutral. But AI is always in the hands of people who are not neutral.
Technology has changed the way societies function, and schools will need to adapt in order to prepare students for the technology-rich environments they will face. But the gadget-filled modern world is still relatively new, and understanding how education should respond to it is still a work-in-progress.