We are very pleased with the publication (June, 2020) of this chapter, in the book Pedagogies of Digital Learning in Higher Education, edited by Linda Daniela and published by Routledge. It explores how we combine human creativity and machine based, highly personalized learning processes, to optimize not only students’ experiences, but those of adult and non-traditional learners at all stages of life.
This is a chapter in a book, Didactics of Smart Pedagogy, edited by Linda Daniela and published by Springer. In it, we cover the essentials needed to provide a sound pedagogical basis for the use of artificial intelligence and other “smart” technologies in newly designed classrooms known as smart learning spaces.
As in 2016, Ray Gallon and Neus Lorenzo participated as facilitators and leadership trainers at the biannual conference of the World Federation of Associations for Teacher Education in Melbourne, Australia. At that conference we formed a new research group with members across the globe, dedicated to Transformation and Information 4.0 in Education, which we co-chair.
This article focuses on the relationships between hybrid communication environments and skills that will be needed to work in Industry 4.0. It also provides models based on the nemetic system, which are useful to analyze, track, and represent hybrid interactions in extremely digitalized environments.