Discarding the Classroom

Something to Ponder

After a crazy last week, I finally got some time to sit down today to look at recent #edtech Tweets. Near the top of my feed was one by Bill Ferriter, aka @plugusin, that posed some interesting questions about the existing structures of classrooms and what takes to break down these particular constructs to really innovate education.

His questions got me thinking about the way people view the “classroom” in online and blended learning. Are these classrooms really innovative? Do they pushing thinking enough to make large shifts in the design of schools? If they are so disruptive, why hasn’t more traction been made with quality online course design and blended learning schools? Or do they just reinforce the traditional constructs that already exist in brick and mortar settings?

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