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Communities of practice: positive peer and student-teacher relationships

L Antonczak, T Cochrane

Tertiary Education Union | Published : 2016


The 21st Century society is continuously evolving, adapting and making decisions and processes better and faster in respect to the intensification of the digital economy. It endlessly seeks to minimise the duration between the final choice and the implementation of the solutions. Furthermore, according to a few reports and previsions (Manpower Group, 2016), more than 60% of the next graduated generation are more likely to work in jobs that don’t exist yet. This is why most of our current students need more than traditional academic learning. They should be equipped for collaborative and problem-solving situations integrated with 21 century digital literacies. These skills can be developed th..

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