Watch this video of John Seely Brown on using Edge thinking to solve problems in an always-shifting business (or learning) environment: Link: sevenload.com Now, think about the kind of world in which today’s children are growing up… and the education they are receiving from our current system. a2a_linkname="John Seely Brown [...]Thu, August 7, 2008 - 7:39 AM permalink
The flattening of the world and the expansion of the learning economy has produced an interesting new school in China - one grounded in love and caring rather than competition and utility.Sun, July 20, 2008 - 1:26 PM permalink
NPR reports on this school, in the rural village of Houjia, in Shanxi province.
We are pleased to announce that the videos created by Institute for the Future that describe the major drivers of the Map of Future Forces Affecting Education now have a home on our website. The videos are also described and linked in this previous blog post. a2a_linkname="Voices from the [...]Wed, July 9, 2008 - 5:27 PM permalink
One of the better sessions I attended at NECC was also one of the more depressing: Report from the Policy Front: What's in Store for Ed Tech in 2008.Mon, July 7, 2008 - 12:25 AM permalink
The National Educational Computing Conference (produced by the International Society for Technology in Education, or ISTE) is one of the larger ed tech conferences. This year's event in San Antonio was attended by approximately a gazillion people (or maybe about 15000 attendees and 3000 exhibitors) with most coming from K-12 schools.Thu, July 3, 2008 - 12:08 PM permalink
originally published at The Future of Education is Here