Monday, January 4, 2010

Scott McLeod's Address to NEA

http://www.3dwriting.com/mcleod/

I might as well rename my blog the "Disruptive Innovationist." It seems since its inception three years ago this blog has been dominated by this topic. Anyway, Dr. McLeod recently gave a great presentation to the NEA about Disruptive Innovation in Education. It is definitely worth a watch. He uses up-to-date statistics and synthesizes ideas put forth by both Clayton Christensen and Daniel Pink seamlessly.


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Essential Questions:

How are you going to be relevant when:
  1. Some teaching functions will be replaced by offshoring and software
  2. Dispersion of teaching functions erode membership base (and thus financial/political power)

21st Century is a decade old - Why are we still talking about giving students 21st Century Schools?

2 comments:

Scott McLeod said...

Thanks for the kind words about my presentation. Glad you liked it! I appreciate you passing it along. Happy new year!

Michael Walker said...

Great synthesis!
Thanks for sharing this, Carl!