Thirty years of spirited school reforms have failed to improve our schools and instead have left our public school systems in disarray. Meanwhile, employment prospects for high school and college graduates are fading, and the public is losing faith in its schools. The education paradigm inherited from the Industrial Era is in crisis. In the last decade, however, the Internet and new Web 2.0 technologies have placed the entirety of human knowledge in the hands of everyone. What will our educational institutions make of this unprecedented flood of Web-based learning resources? How can schools be transformed to accommodate the new possibilities for personal and social learning? Leonard Waks gathers all the pieces of our current educational puzzle together in this groundbreaking book. Drawing on new organizational models grounded in complexity theory, Waks maps out an inspiring new paradigm for education in the Internet age, and connects all the dots in constructing detailed models for new schools-now transformed into qopen learning centers.q Finally, Waks details action steps readers can take to speed this transformative process along in their own locations.E-books can be stored in the cloud and thus canAlt be damaged by sunlight or water. More than 1.8 million titles are available for download to the popular e- book readers.9 High-quality e-book readers have ... Amazon introduced the Kindle 3 and 3G, Barnes and Noble the Nook Color, Apple the iPad, and Google its e-booksanbsp;...
|Author||:||Leonard J. Waks|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2015-11-17|