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Reimagining Learning

Reimagining Learning -Richard Culatta, TED Talks


Everything that Richard Culatta says is absolutely true, EXCEPT what he says about MOOCs. They have yet to evolve from a one size fits all delivery medium which, at best, provides a few participants with superficial, initial understanding, which is soon forgotten. Once MOOCS  enter the adaptive learning arena they will have 21st Century Learning value, for each and every participant.


Published on Jan 10, 2013

Richard Culatta identifies 3 major challenges with our current approach to education and suggests how a shift to personalized learning is the key to the future of education in America. To make this shift, we must close the digital divide between those who can leverage technology to reimagine learning and those who simply use technology to digitize the status quo.

A teacher by training and innovator by inclination, Richard Culatta works to leverage technology to reinvent learning.

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