In this TEDx talk, Seth Godin examines the industrial model of public education in a way that is reminiscent of Ken Robinson‘s critique previously posted.
- Lectures at night. “Homework” in class.
- Open book, open note, all the time.
- Open access to education anywhere and anytime.
- Customization of education. (No more multiple choice exams. Measuring experience instead of test scores. The end of compliance as an outcome).
- Cooperation instead of isolation.
- Teachers will transform into coaches.
- Lifelong learning and working earlier in life.
- Death of the “famous” college