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Affordance 1: Ubiquitous Learning

Adaptive Learning

Ubiquitous Learning: Expanding the Horizons of Education Beyond Traditional Boundaries

Ubiquitous learning embodies the concept that learning opportunities surround us, unrestricted by the conventional confines of time and space. This approach aims to replicate the depth of learning relationships traditionally forged in physical classrooms, but in diverse settings - anywhere and anytime. It is a paradigm shift that opens doors to continuous learning and assessment, fostering lifelong learning skills that transcend the physical boundaries of a classroom.

Key Elements of Ubiquitous Learning:

  1. Learning in Space and Time - Emphasizing the flexibility to learn in various contexts and schedules.

  2. Personal and Interpersonal Computing - Utilizing digital tools to personalize and enhance learning experiences.

  3. Transparency or Surveillance? - Navigating the ethical considerations of constant connectivity in learning.

For a deeper exploration of these concepts and their practical applications in teaching, watch the videos below or visit

Learning in Space and Time

Personal and Interpersonal Computing

Transparency or Surveillance?

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