Revisiting My Two-Year Old Post: The Disaggregation of Education (Beyond Disruption) It rang true then and even more so today.
We have just crossed – in the past few months – the cusp of The Disaggregation of Education. Even though evolving, the working definition of the disaggregation of education is, after disruption, the education market breaks into smaller pieces. And, the smaller pieces that meet a changing market demand will be the successful ones, impacting all education venues, including higher education. As part of this disaggregation of education, higher education as we know it just died. While schools of higher education play a role in the immediate future in providing teacher preparation, that will change..
Currently, the change is evidenced by the following:
- The back-end use of algorithms to inform practice and teacher know-how on assessing student success by creating customized, differentiated learning, making it more engaging and relevant, e.g. School of One and Time To Know;
- The growth in competency-based v. seat-time requirements: “Thirty-six states have adopted…
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