The 21st Century School: Curriculum and Technology

Ideas & Perspectives
Ideas & Perspectives

Volume Number
Volume 35 (2010)
Issue Number
3
The 20th century curriculum paradigm was dominated by the power (and needs) of publishers who took a considerable amount of time to develop textbooks and drove a profitable mass market in educationally acceptable knowledge. The 21st century curriculum paradigm is far more anarchic, with “textbook” knowledge being accessible and created through “social production”2 (collaborative work with open platforms) and largely available for free.
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