AffiliationUniversity of Derby
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AbstractThis chapter explores how education could rise to the challenge of the digital world. This will explore the intersection between three different understandings of the digital world and consider the tensions the educator experiences in relation to these. This will highlight how debates around the nature of technology and how it interrelates to society creates debates which need to be engaged within the field of education studies. Technology places learners, educators and institutions at a precarious intersection created by technology where there is a need to navigate complexity more than take a single position.
CitationStaunton, T. (2017) 'Education and the digital revolution' in Marshall, J. (Ed.), Contemporary Debates in Education Studies. London: Routledge, pp. 171-181.
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