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Relevanța modelelor de învățare socială în Societatea 5.0 – Edmodo și Educația Inteligentă –

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The Relevance Of Social Learning Designs in Society 5.0 – Edmodo and Smart Education –

In the attempt to accommodate the shift from society 4.0 to society 5.0, the higher education is required to incorporate native edutech models. The acceptance rate of such designs may be correlated with the adoption rate of the platforms that already enjoy widespread popularity. One such model that builds on the social networking architecture is Edmodo. Known as a social learning instrument, the Edmodo educational platform models significantly on Facebook’s social architecture and delivers a lucrative yet informal type of class design. Forming and delivering relevant and competitive knowledge, skills and abilities, mandates for the exploration of education as a lifestyle concept as well as for its quality of life implications in the era of ICT.

Keywords: edmodo, social networking learning, smart education, participative learning, educational data mining, foreign language acquisition, qol

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Web resources

https://go.edmodo.com/about/
https://www.insidehighered.com/sponsored/product-problem-todays-higher-education

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