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‘Distrupting Class’, The Internet, and the End of Batch Processing

Posted on | March 11, 2010 | Comments Off on ‘Distrupting Class’, The Internet, and the End of Batch Processing

Disrupting Class is a most provocative book, in part for its bold prediction that by the end of the decade half of high school classes will be taught with via computers and smart software. If the authors are even half right, the change will be sweeping. But the book should not be read as a text about technology; it is about institutional change and the end of the batch-processing mode of teaching.  Here is my Disrupting Class Review


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Charles Taylor Kerchner is an Emeritus Professor and Senior Research Fellow at Claremont Graduate University. My daily musings appear in the blog. The archives of my EdWeek blog are available via link under the 'On California' head. Some of my photography can be seen by clicking on 'Gallery.' And numerous links to academic work and other research and commentary can be found by clicking on 'Projects.'


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