And one day, suddenly, everything stopped. And, as Gabriel García Marquez would say in his novel, perhaps “It was inevitable”. When we wrote The future is now a few months ago and we were talking about disruptions in the global order, we never thought that they would come with such virulence and, even less, that the trigger would be a virus that will force us all to stop what … [Read more...] about #skills21 in the context of COVID-19
When we talk about technology for education we think of tablets, laptops, robots or interactive platforms with which children learn new (coding) or traditional skills (mathematics) better or faster. Raised like this, it seems inevitable to imagine that students or higher income schools have the most access to this type of resources. But, what would happen if access to … [Read more...] about Teachers and books for the rich, robots and screens for the poor?