Thank you for sharing!
After reading Rethinking Education in the Age of Technology by Allan Collins and Richared Halverson, I am left with many more questions than answers. The following is a sample of my written notes from the margins of my copy. I highly recommend this book.
We have experienced the knowledge explosion. The dust settled. Can we evolve, adjust and survive?
Have computers extended the human mind beyond the limits of even the finest teachers?
Is technology disrupting local community building?
Are today’s schools mostly knowledge factories where one attempts to learn what “very esteemed thinkers” believe necessary to prosper?
Will we build schools that respect the students’ innate curiosity and need for solving real-life problems? Will we change only when we start losing our client base?
Will we create an environment where we celebrate failure as a sign of pure learning?
Will we allow students to roam freely between learning spaces? Will we trust…
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