The education sector is increasingly active in introducing new formulas in the classroom. Although with the caution required by a topic as crucial as training, teachers and centers are aware of the need to incorporate technologies into their day-to-day lives, to embrace new methodologies and to place the student at the center of the class.
In short, it is about preparing children and young people for professional success in an increasingly changing and uncertain world, where the required competencies range from knowledge in specific subjects (such as languages, Economics, Geography, History, Civics, Art, Mathematics …) to critical thinking skills, creativity, communication and collaborative work, technological skills and emotional and social skills, such as leadership, proactivity or adaptability.
Therefore, the efforts of teachers and centers should be directed both to incorporate new educational resources and to implement innovative uses of these tools that guarantee the use of these tools, since technology itself is only an instrument, a channel with which enhance the educational experience.
In this sense, some of the educational resources that have been introduced in the 21st century classrooms are: