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So if a high school consists of classrooms and time periods and grades, can it really be a "game changer"?
And if a conference begins a day with an hour plus long lecture by powerpoint, and is held in discrete sessions in classrooms on a time grid, can it show people how to "change that game"?
Because I talked to a student yesterday who said, "If the teacher didn't give me a grade I wouldn't know if I was learning." And today the conference organizer seemed troubled that I was 'not in class.'
And that shows, doesn't it?, that we're modelling the same old thing?
- Ira Socol