14 obsolete things in 21st century schools

March 21, 2014 at 3:20 pm Leave a comment

14 things that are obsolete in 21st century schools is the title of a blog by Ingri Hranner, 2014.

Read what Ingri H. has to say on these 14  obsolete things:

  1. computer rooms
  2. isolated classrooms
  3. schools that don’t have WiFi
  4. banning phones and tablets
  5. tech director with administrative access (i.e. having one person responsible for the computer system)
  6. teachers that don’t share what they do
  7. schools that don’t have Facebook or Twitter
  8. unhealthy cafeteria food
  9. starting school at 8 o’clock for teens
  10. buying poster website and design (software) for the school
  11. traditional libraries
  12. all students get the same
  13. one -professional development- workshop-fits-all
  14. standardized tests to measure the quality of education

Would you agree with this list?

Check out the EduGains 21st Century Learning site:

http://www.edugains.ca/newsite/21stCenturyLearning/index.html

Happy first weekend of spring!

Rowan

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