Students 2.0 – we are the new horizon
In Scott Mcleods‘ Dangerously Irrelevant bin ich über http://students2oh.org/ gestolpert. Ein Schüler-Blog, der, wie Mcleod berichtet, in extrem kurzer Zeit extrem viel Interaktion bei Technorati ausgelöst hat – ganz passend im Sinne des eigenen Selbstverständnisses, formuliert im about:
For decades, students have been stuck in classrooms, behind desks, being told how and what to learn. For a time, when students were expected to become widgets for the vast machine of industry, this model of education was highly effective. However, we have now entered a new age: an age where thinking is more important than knowing, where thoughts out-do the facts. Borders are melting away; project teams collaborate across the globe and intelligence is being continually redefined. The world’s information is at our fingertips and anybody can publish their thoughts for virtually no cost. […]
If you are prepared to rethink what it means to learn, lead, and teach, this is the blog for you. We are the new horizon. We are the future of education. We are Students 2.0.