The Rasul Learning Blog
This month’s issue of Wired Magazine addresses an interesting and growing trend in the Education space, one where access to technology is driving the way students learn around the world. The New York Times recently talked about how Clintondale High School in Detroit is turning the traditional educational model upside down by having students do their learning on their own time, and bringing their homework into the classroom. Now, Wired magazine is discussing how the information revolution has helped students carve their own learning path. The insight behind it?
…IF YOU’RE NOT THE ONE CONTROLLING YOUR LEARNING, YOU’RE NOT GOING TO LEARN AS WELL.
Read the full article here: How a Radical New Teaching Method Could Unleash a Generation of Geniuses