Why the Factory Model of Schools Persists, and How We Can Change It

2016 | | February 8, 2016 at 8:44 pm


Many of us will trace the recent cry for modern learning reform back to Sir Ken Robinson’s now ubiquitous, Changing Educational Paradigms talk. His first TED talk on creativity in schools is the most-viewed TED talk in the world. It was given in 2006, just under ten years ago. So, a decade later, what is the state of change in learning and teaching? What do some of the leading innovators in education think? What’s the state of the revolution just under a decade “post-Robinson?” READ ONfor the answers. (via EdWeek)

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