In a globalised world, mediocre teaching is doomedair on the back of your neck stand on end :)
By 2036, the forms of teacher preparation that currently prevail in Western nations will have sunk into oblivion. We will have discarded schools of education, the pedagogies they teach, and the certification apparatus that they serve. Such schools, pedagogies, and certifications have clung to life stubbornly for the better part of a century despite ample evidence of their unsuitability. Why predict that in the next 30 years they will finally follow the giant ground sloth into the La Brea tar pit of history?
Monday, July 31, 2006
Teaching is dead - yikes! did I say that?
Derek Wenmoth has posted a round of interesting stuff to his blog recently, one of which is right up my alley at the moment: