Inquiry into 21st century learning environments and digital literacy

Published date: 10 Pae 2013

Description

The term ‘learning environment’ suggests learning happens in a place and space such as a school, a classroom, or a library. However, while much of 21st century learning takes place in physical locations, in today’s technology driven world, a learning environment can also be virtual, online or remote. The purpose of this inquiry is to investigate and provide recommendations on the best structures, tools, and communities, in both rural and urban New Zealand, that could better enable students and educators to attain the knowledge and skills, such as digital literacy, that the 21st century demands. The terms of reference for the inquiry can be accessed in the downloads panel.

Committee:Education and Science
Type of business:Inquiry
Parliament:50-51
Date initiated:4/4/12
Submissions closing date:11/5/12
Date reported:19/12/12
Government response reported:10/4/13