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This paper investigates the transformations that contemporary education is suffering under the new requirements arisen from the information era regarding the representation of time and the production of information and knowledge. Through a bibliographical study, this paper moves the discussion between the dematerialization of space, the acceleration of time and the strangeness of multicultural knowledge where universal concepts and instant question in a relentless need to innovate and reform the foundations of science, education, arts and culture are noticed. Based on the reflections of Pierre Levy, Michel Foucault, David Harvey, Paul Virilio and ágnes Heller it mentions uncertainties that denounce the apparent inefficiency of institutions that seek immediate solutions in Education in order to reduce the inability to keep up with the dynamic contemporary requirements.

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Education, Representations of Time and Space, 21st Century

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de Ávila, É. , Amorim, S. , dos Santos, V. , Nunes, A. , de Oliveira, A. and Dias, A. 2017 Time and Learning Space in the Twenty-First Century. Creative Education, 8, 1029-1043. doi: 10.4236-ce.2017.87075.





Author: Éverton Gonçalves de Ávila1, Simone Silveira Amorim1, Vera Maria dos Santos1, Andrea Karla Ferreira Nunes1, Anselmo Lima de Ol

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