Sea Change in Knowledge and Education

by Leslie Poston, Magnitude Media

In this post Leslie discusses the relationships between return on investment in education, college and expected employment and highlights examples of how schools are moving beyond initial adoption of social media so that

“access to knowledge in your pocket can break the institution of “school” out of the concrete, rigid shell it lives in and turn it into organic knowledge that students yearn for”

Are we moving towards plugging into the matrix and learning like Neo?

3 thoughts on “Sea Change in Knowledge and Education

  1. What a question, one that with true interest and deep action could transform the stogy institution of education. Learning modalities have changed and so should education reform. Until American education is more organic, as you write, it will remain at the bottom rankings of world education systems.

    I advocate an Occupy school Board movement to shake up and reform education. Will you join me?

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