Thinking about how and why teaching and learning are redefined in the age of the Internet. Join us in our other online space at http://www.LearningRevolution.com.
I'm starting this Google+ community to have a dialog on the changes in education that are (and could be) taking place, and the ways in which we might influence those changes.
My "Hack Your Education" tour around the US the last few months has left me even more convinced that policy changes are not the answer, but that the change needs to come from us. That we need, as individuals, families, and communities, to reclaim the conversation around "learning," and to do so in such a way as to recognize the inherent worth and value of every student, with the ultimate goal of helping them become self-directed and agents of their own learning.
Associated with the FutureofEducation.com interview series.
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