Microsoft Partners in Education Forum - Taiwan

Dr. Nelson presents a brief history of the factory-style education system in his keynote at Microsoft Partners in Learning 2008 Education Forum in Taiwan.

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Comment by Jorge Nelson on January 7, 2009 at 9:42pm
Yes, Rick, the metrics are problematic. And universities are not known for their innovative admissions High Tech High does some cool stuff with project-based learning and their graduates all 1). graduate number one and 2). all go to college afterwards - all of them!
Comment by Rick Palmer on January 7, 2009 at 2:21pm
Very inspirational.
What are your thoughts on how to incorporate metrics into social learning?
Providing web 2.0 tools to facilitate the next generation of learning seems to be the easy part (they're readily available). Redefining how a degree is defined and earned would be the harder part, and I love the analogy of attaching a jet engine to a horse-drawn buggy.


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