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A Bunch of People Were Asked What Education Will Look Like in 100 Years. (And They Had Some Pretty Good Ideas!)

Jayne Miller wrote this on Oct 30, 2015

 

 

We're a little slow to the party on this video from The Atlantic, but there is no doubt in our minds that it deserves a place in our weekly edtech roundup of goodness. The question: How will education be different in 100 years?

The answers? Well, they're interesting. Education might be more practical. More automated. All sorts of stuff. Just take our word for it and watch.

While you're at it, check out the piece below from Bright on students who are turning to open data and virtual advisers to help them select the right college. It's a good read, if we do say so.

That and more below. Get clickin'.

How Will Education Be Different in 100 Years? | The Atlantic

Why Are So Many Students Undermatched? | Bright

Stressed Out! What Can Teachers Do About It? | MindShift

To the future and beyond: A new class of innovative schools joins a growing network of educators who share best practices | The Hechinger Report

The Online College That's Helping Undocumented Students | NPR

Why Teachers Should Embrace Technology in Their Classroom | The Edvocate

How Teachers Can Run Classrooms Like ‘Lean Startups’ | EdSurge

How Excited Are You About the Possibilities of Virtual Reality? | The Learning Network, The New York Times


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Topics: Weekly Roundup