A Bold Vision of Online Learning

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John Danner: A Bold Vision of Online Learning http://t.co/32CxM5IY3l

Mike Ellsworth‘s insight:

Yes, it is a bold vision. The three main points:


1 — Schools are obsolete and outdated.


2 — Give students a problem and let them figure it out for themselves with no assistance.


3 — Knowledge is obsolete.


Point #2 is nicely demonstrated by Destination Imagination, a kids’ problme-solving competiton where the #1 rule is: Kids do it. No interference from grownups. http://www.destinationimagination.org/


What do you think. Discuss below.

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