In order for these new technologies to work they need to be introduced as disruptive innovation and not in competition to the existing system. Sometimes we don't step out of the box- we create new boxes! Third-party sites are multimedia services that allow you to read and download e-books. First, we much divide students by their learning modalities, then allow each child to learn in the ways that that child learns best. The second is in the poker world where a little bit of money and an internet connection can get you personal one-on-one tutoring with the absolute best in the world using Skype. They are also going on the assumption that somehow computers are the answer to all the problems in education. The first four chapters are very clear and compelling, because that's where the authors are on their firmest footing, introducing the basics of their theory.
He spends the majority of the book waxing eloquent about the benefit of disruptive innovations, supplementing this eloquence with examples from t I have many thoughts and opinions about this book related to Christensen's view of education and his overall knowledge of education but I will limit myself since such a rant would likely exceed the character limit. They multi-task and motivation is key to their success. Schools throw technology at their problems in hopes software, hardware, internet websites, will fix their shrinking test scores. Disrupting Class from Clayton Christensen and colleagues points out that motivation is central to learning and that if schools and learning are to be transformed as they must be, motivation must be at the center of the work. Mọi ý tưởng đều tắc ở đấy. Teachers and administrators have actually done better than we give them credit for adapting and changing to meet these needs, but obviously there is still more to do. As businesses pour billions of dollars and millions of employee volunteer hours into schools, they wonder why these efforts have done little to narrow the achievement gap between American students and their counterparts around the world.
Christensen brilliantly shows how tomorrow's innovations in education will change the way the world learns-and what businesses can do to meet those changing demands today. Although Hercules cleaned out the Agean stables- if they didn't remedy their ways it would fill up with filth again. Test scores have barely budged. You'll learn how customized learning will help many more students succeed in school; student-centric classrooms will increase the demand for new technology; computers must be disruptively deployed to every student; disruptive innovation can circumvent roadblocks that have prevented other attempts at school reform. Disrupting Class is a must-read, as it shows us how we can blaze that trail toward transformation. His solution: Use 21st century technology and Web 2.
In the latter book author Daniel Willingham, a cognitive psychologist, thoroughly backs up the statement that we all learn in essentially the same way, debunki Strange to be reading this book, whose theme is built on the foundation that instruction needs to be highly individualized because students learn differently, right after Why Students Don't Like School which makes it clear that everyone learns in basically the same way. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Using available data, they predict that in the next 10-12 years fully half of all high schoolers will attend classes online in order to maximize the marketplace's ability to offer them opportunities not available in the traditional face-to-face format. It is best done with people--classmates and teachers--not computers. Every student is deficient in a different way, and thus will require a different strategy to correct those deficiencies.
If the server does not provide a quick download, then we remove it from the list. In a nutshell: people learn in different ways no surprise here; it's a well-documented theory. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index. To view it, This book serves as a map for me- it helps me to see where we have been, where we are, and the path we need to take to get to where we want to be. Ông làm việc với nhiều tổ chức để cải thiện cuộc sống học đường của từng đứa trẻ. For that reason alone, it's likely to be resisted by defenders of the status quo, even though it's necessary and right for our kids.
I'm hoping there will be continuing reverb as we think about what moved us in this book. I think this book explains the problems facing our education system very clearly and provides some interesting ideas for improvement. Johnson provide insights that escape the tired loops of argument that often define discussions about public education. The same guy who brought us The Innovator's Dilemma shows how the same principles that cause disruption in business could be used to change our system of education. The fictional example of a school that made up 20% of the book wasn't value-adding.
We can't just build new houses. Instead of pretending that our one size fits all school system isn't one size fits none--or almost none--and pretending that we can adapt it in relatively minor ways to make it fit, they suggest that we should treat any particular educational approach, any particular architecture as an option, and allow for as many architectures as can be successful with enough students to keep themselves alive. To really help students learn we need to focus on them, not the process and system we already have in place. I've been taking courses, and doing a lot of independent reading and this book was the first full-length work I read on the subject--lots of articles prior to this, plenty of posts, and discussion panels, and course material, but this is the first book. Johnson là một giáo viên, hiệu trưởng, sau đó là người đứng đầu một cơ quan nghiên cứu về mối quan hệ với các khối công phục vụ cho việc tư vấn chính sách , và rồi lãnh đạo Education Evolving Tiến hoá Giáo dục , một mạng lưới của các nhà phân tích chính sách và hoạt động giáo duc.
Giáo dục toàn cầu lâm vào khủng hoảng, không riêng gì Việt Nam. We owe it to them to make sure this book isn't merely a terrific read; it must become a blueprint for educational transformation. He recounts how the mission and purpose of public education in America has changed throughout history. Bất kể ở bán cầu nào của thế giới, bất kể trang thiết bị lạc hậu hay công nghệ tối tân và sự tài trợ như vũ bão, thì người ta vẫn kêu gào về Giáo dục thảm thiết như nhau cả. Christensen's attitude makes this book difficult to tolerate. For this reason, the author advocates choice and a modular school system.