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Computer Programming for All: A New Standard of Literacy

Computer Programming for All: A New Standard of Literacy | SchooL-i-Tecs 101 | Scoop.it
Everyone ought to be able to read and write; few people within the global mainstream would argue with that statement. But should everyone be able to program computers?
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How Online Learning Is Shaping The Future Of Education Right Now | Edudemic

How Online Learning Is Shaping The Future Of Education Right Now | Edudemic | SchooL-i-Tecs 101 | Scoop.it

In light of Online Learning benefits, more K-12 districts are recognizing online learning programs as an acceptable medium for educating their students. Recent meta studies have found that in some cases online learning may be superior to traditional classroom-based instruction.

Similarly, students may even begin to choose universities based on the strength of their online programs. Instead of comparing schools based solely on rankings, students might research a school’s online offerings to determine whether their required classes are available online...

 

 

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The Stanford Education Experiment Could Change Higher Learning Forever

The Stanford Education Experiment Could Change Higher Learning Forever | SchooL-i-Tecs 101 | Scoop.it

Last fall, the university in the heart of Silicon Valley did something it had never done before: It opened up three classes to anyone with a web connection. Lectures and assignments—the same ones administered in the regular on-campus class—would be posted and auto-graded online each week. Midterms and finals would have strict deadlines. Stanford wouldn’t issue course credit to the non-matriculated students. But at the end of the term, students who completed a course would be awarded an official Statement of Accomplishment.

People around the world have gone crazy for this opportunity.

 

Find out more in this very interesting post by Steven Leckart...

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5 Ways Education Could Be Revolutionized Over the Next 20 Years | Edudemic

5 Ways Education Could Be Revolutionized Over the Next 20 Years | Edudemic | SchooL-i-Tecs 101 | Scoop.it

Over the next twenty years, within an increasingly global economy, better technology, less public funding for schools, and more diversity, education will change dramatically. In this post, Sofia Rasmussen explores five areas in education that will be altered in the next two decades...

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Jesse Schell - Learning is Beautiful |Learning Without Frontiers Conference, London, January 26th, 2012.

Watch this great presentation by Jesse Schell, Chief Executive and Creative Director - Schell Games according to whom success lies in making learning beautiful, customised, shared and real.

Jesse Schell discusses his thoughts and experiences of how to make learning and education beautiful by using customisation and gaming techniques within the learning experience rather than the kind of standardisation that produces standardised output.

 

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Nine key characteristics of knowmads in Society 3.0 | Education Futures

Nine key characteristics of knowmads in Society 3.0 | Education Futures | SchooL-i-Tecs 101 | Scoop.it

Knowmads are creative, imaginative, and innovative persons who can work with almost anybody, anytime, anywhere.  Technologies offer them the necessary mobility to instantly reconfigure and recontextualize their work environments and enable them to work either at a specific place, virtually, or any blended combination thus widening their employment perspectives.

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