Digital media will not deliver the education revolution – we do

Here in Denmark, where I have been teaching for the past 16 years or so, we have seen a remarkable entry of digital media in our classrooms. Danish classrooms may well be among the most digitized in the world. This was not just a result of the pandemic, however. It is a process that has been going on for many years prior already.

As a teacher, I too had been convinced of the revolutionary potential of using digital media in my lessons. However, the lockdowns during the pandemic, as well as observations from my classes have blurred the picture.

Digital Media has many benefits. And some serious drawbacks.
Digital media in the classroom has a lot of advantages…. and some serious drawbacks.

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Alex

Alex

My Name is Alexander Benesch, but it is okay to just address me with Alex. I am from Germany but have spent more than half of my life in Denmark, where I have been teaching special needs students, among many other activities. I write about education and teaching, provide tips for teachers and lesson materials, and blog about educational technology. I also offer my tutoring services via the blog. I am passionate about teaching and I have many thoughts and opinions about pedagogy, education, and social issues. I believe that our education systems need a major revolution to be fit for the challenges that humanity faces in the 21st century. That is why I decided to write about it.

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