From Industrial Age to Digital Age Education

Glenn Kleiman from the Friday Institute shares that the model in classrooms must change in order to transform learning.
Glenn
Industrial Age Education System

  • Common pace and type of instruction
  • Time is constant; achievment is variable
  • End of course or year assessments
  • Teacher centered
  • School based, fixed place and time
  • Printed static text as main resources
  • Informal learning disconnected
  • 3R’s focused

Digital Age Education System

  • Individualized, variable pace learning
  • Achievement is constant, time is variable
  • Ongoing assessments embedded in learning
  • Student centered
  • Anywhere, anytime
  • Digital, interacted, up-to-date resources
  • Informal learning integrated
  • 3 R’s new literacies and 4 C’s focused
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