Today we have a very special post from one of a colleague and compadre, Nicola Wright.
Nicola is a student of Internet Communications with Curtin University, a professional blogger, mother, and homeschooler! Where she finds the time to write for herself is a mystery to me. I secretly suspect some kind of super-power, but shhhh!
This is a piece about the future of our schools, and whether or not we have created a world that no longer requires bricks-and-mortar learning institutions.
Are schools obsolete? The future of education in the information age
In the age of the Internet when we can find anything we want to know, when we want to know it, there is a growing question about the relevance of traditional learning models. The idea of teachers and school curating what we need to learn is fast becoming irrelevant. Why do we…
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