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  • Unfortunately, computer scientists frequently ignore or are unaware of the research into human learning. In particular they are unaware that learning is largely developmental and constructed, and instead impose an old and less appropriate method of teaching based on behaviourism and an objectivist epistemology. If though we want to develop the skills and knowledge needed in a digital age, we need a more constructivist approach to learning.
  • hubris of Silicon Valley, which believes that computer scientists can solve any problem without knowing anything about the problem itself.

  • image annotation on Day 16. Here, we have ten pages of the Tokyo Riot Graphic. Participants with Japanese fluency are encouraged to help provide a translation of the text using the "translation" tag in the image annotation tool.
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