El futuro de la educación

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Ken Beatty


A doctor from one hundred years ago, visiting a modem hospital, would be completely lost. Toe tools, procedures, medicines and the criteria for the doctor' s role would all differ. In contrast, a teacher retuming from one thousand years ago would find many classrooms reassuringly familiar. Toe hierarchy remains teacher-centered in countless classrooms that still feature students quietly listening to lectures. However, education is undergoing massive change, fuelled by technology, research and private and public innovation.

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Beatty, K. (2019). El futuro de la educación. Shimmering Words: Research and Pedagogy E-Journal, 8, 5-9. Recuperado a partir de http://revistas.ustatunja.edu.co/index.php/shimmering/article/view/1785
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Ken Beatty

PhD. at Anaheim University, California - USA, TESOL Professor, has worked in secondary schools and universities in Asia, the Middle East, and North and South America, lecturing on language teaching and computer-assisted language learning from the primary through university levels. He is author of 67 textbooks far Pearson and has given 400+ teacher-training sessions and 100+ conference presentations in 31 countries. His most recent books are Learning English for Academic Purposes for Pearson Canada.


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