Education in the beginning of the 21st century has changed drastically. Being actively engaged in the system during this time has allowed us as college students to see its immediate impacts first hand. Starting with the traditional education model, we outlined what it was like to sit in a classroom before technology disrupted it. It […]
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How is disruption changing and impacting the educational system and the related fields. The education team explored various concentrations of higher education and asked individuals in those fields how they view disruption and what they’ll do about it.
We’ve seen the traditional education model and current trends in education. Without a doubt, modern technology integrated with education has caused disruption in education for the benefit of knowledge seekers. Although they might not receive college credit, there are free platforms available online to anyone wanting to learn, such as Coursera. Anyone that wants clarification […]
The traditional education model has been outlined as the way one would think of school back in the 90s or early 2000s. A teacher sits in front of a class, lectures, gives homework, and then tests students of their knowledge retention. Higher educational institutions have been veering from this traditional structure by moving classes online […]
It’s no secret that technology and innovation have drastically revolutionized the education model that we know today. Both K-12 and higher education have been disrupted with new interactive boards in the classroom and computers and tablets in the hands of most students and teachers. The learning experience for students now would be unrecognizable to students […]
Current trends in education include online learning programs, new technological hardware, virtual reality, and the classroom outside of school. Online learning platforms, such as Khan Academy and Coursera, are free options for anyone to access. The two platforms vary in their background, but ultimately they allow anyone to educate themselves without a hefty price tag. […]
Traditionally, a student will come into school, listen to the teacher, work on their assignment, and repeat that process until the bell rings and the school day is over. Teachers set the curriculum, students memorize and regurgitate the assigned information, and then shortly thereafter forget about it when they don’t need it anymore. If a […]