A Futurist Prediction for Virtual Education

The Learning Renaissance

I found this article by Rob Furman both entertaining and depressing.


Schools often dip a toe into online learning as the default when the normal service in schools is interrupted – such as during periods of inclement weather. However, they then expect to impose school-based models of accountability on both teachers and learners, thereby sacrificing one of the key advantages of online learning: anywhere, anytime access…

Read the article at the Huffington Post online: A Futurist Prediction for Virtual Education | Rob Furman

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