Busy week? We’re here to help. Here’s our roundup of top educational stories from the past seven days:
“The problem is that there are parents, politicians, lawmakers, and even some educators who continue to promote an educational model and prepare students for a world that no longer exists.” Reinventing education for today’s digital learners, via edCircuit.
EdSurge discusses “reality-based education,” where students use experiential and project-based learning practices to gain real-world experiences in higher-education, and more news from Day Two of SXSW EDU in Austin, Texas.
“An aerial view by definition fails to capture the individuality of the people on the ground, and there’s a price to pay if we spend our days looking at humanity that way.” What happens when “Big Data” goes to school and students are turned into numbers?
Dr. Rod Berger and George Wyner chat about the practice of teaching information systems to a changing student profile perched to experience advanced technologies in the workforce.
The New York Times shares seven times where students were moved to challenge adult society and turn to activism.