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  1. Disruptive Technologies

    Doerr, John E.
    Stanford (Calif.), February 2, 2005

    Doerr gives his list of what he feels are important new disruptive technologies. His first choice is wireless and his second is services for enterprises.

  2. Disruptive technologies : the convergence of new paradigms in architecture

    Cham : Springer, 2023.

    Through a series of highly speculative contributions by both leading and highly acclaimed practitioners and theorists, this book gives a new comprehensive overview of architectures most recent practical and theoretical developments. While a few chapters are mostly dedicated to a historical analysis of how we got to experience a new technological reality in architecture and beyond, all chapters including the most forward looking, have in common their rigorous understanding of history as a pool of radical experiments, whether one speaks of the history of architecture, or of sociology, technology, and science. Disruptive Technologies: The Convergence of New Paradigms in Architecture is required reading for anybody student, practitioner, and educator who wants to do serious research in architecture and all disciplines dealing with the shaping of our environment, beyond the important but restricted domain of computational architectural design. Additional multimedia content via app: download the SN More Media app for free, scan a link with play button and access to the Additional Contents directly on your smartphone or tablet.

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  3. Disruptive classroom technologies : a framework for innovation in education

    MagaƱa, Sonny
    Thousand Oaks, California : Corwin, A SAGE Company, [2017]

    Timely and powerful, this book offers a new framework to elevate instructional practices with technology and maximize student learning. The T3 Framework helps teachers categorize students' learning as translational, transformational, or transcendent, sorting through the low-impact applications to reach high-impact usage of technologies. Teachers and leaders will find: Examples of technology use at the translational, transformational, and transcendent levelsActivities, guides, and prompts for deeper learning that move technology use to higher levels of the T3 Framework Evaluative rubrics to self-assess current technology use, establish meaningful goals, and track progress towards those goals.


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