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What might an effective learning environment look like in the future with continued advances in technology?

Written by: Naomi Sautter
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NAOMI SAUTTER, SCIENCE LEADER AND CLASS TEACHER, NORTH LONDON COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, DUBAI; MA EDUCATION STUDENT, UNIVERSITY OF EXETER, UK  As educators, we are tasked with preparing students for a future that we cannot see. Within the literature, there are many different perspectives about what an effective learning environment may look like and the skills and knowledge that people will need to succeed in the 21st century. Effective learning environments are characterised by academic progress and achievement, engagement and the purposeful use of resources – areas that the integration of technology can enhance. Analysing trends and looking at the current issues faced by society can give us some insight into the skills required in the future. With rapid and continued advances in technology, educators have a role to play in imparting digital literacy skills in order to prepare students for an increasingly digital workplace environment. Furthermore, in our ever global and diverse world, s

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