Fragmentation of the Information Space as a Chance to Transforming the Preparation of Future Teacher


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Year of publication 2022
Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Education

Description The development of information and communication technologies (ICT) has many fundamental implications for education. The internet and new media have become the primary platform for communication, information gathering, networking, and sharing. It has widened the digital gap between those who have access to information and those who do not. The present research examines the transformation of the increasingly saturated and hence opaque information space. To date, there has been limited published research focusing on how student teachers perceive the evolution of the formation of knowledge of the world about which they are expected to educate their future students. With the increasing interconnectedness of the world, the epistemic filter of educators is subjected to new challenges.

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