Rise of the Technology Class

These conversations are between students from Ecuador, India, Israel, Japan, Mexico, Spain and the US who see technology serving a higher purpose: A counter-culture to their predecessors. This is evidence of a new type of generative class who apply technology to their creativity with art, music, science and involvement within the community. Their activity is transparent and active to our evolving civility. These multinational students are socially conscious storytellers. The Moderator of this conversation, Michael Davis is an Executive MBA graduate of Steinbeis University Germany, The Berlin School of Creative Leadership.

By Salvador – Online Student


My father is a professor and my mother a teacher. They work in the university Miguel Hernandez of Orihuela. 
My father is a doctor agronomist and he teaches cold technology in addition to investigating. My father teaches an online course, where he uploads the material of the course on the webpage and there is a forum for students.

A part of the webpage is like the “Rise of the Technology Class.” blog. The students post their opinions and discuss coursework. My father is able to view all the posts, then forms his explanations back to the class.

If they have any problems they send an email to my father saying: “I will go to the university tomorrow and my father will explain in person the solution.

That is good for his students because it is very comfortable way to express their thoughts while they are studying. However, for a teacher who may not be as knowledgeable about a subject, it forces then to work a little harder to find the answers. Remember, in class students don’t always want to raise their hand asking a question, but at the keyboard on a blog, authentic questions appear that can help everyone. This is a great teaching tool.

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1 Comment»

  Caridad – Orihuela, Spain wrote @

this is more work for your father but I think its very good for his students, definetly it is a very good project!

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