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Is the future of Education in the clouds?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ludwik Kowalski Sep 5, 2013. 7 Replies

It seems that the future of education is all going into the clouds. It is virtual.Everything is happening somewhere outside.Cloud is a big classroom trying to accomodate the globe.I am still…Continue

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Ludwik Kowalski replied to Bal Bahadur Powrel's discussion Is the future of Education in the clouds?
"I am a retired physics teacher. Laboratory was an essential components of teaching. That component should not be virtual, in my opinion. Students should have a chance to use real instrument, collect real (rather than simulated) data, make mistakes,…"
Sep 5, 2013
James Stork replied to Bal Bahadur Powrel's discussion Is the future of Education in the clouds?
"Regardless of the vast amount of information that is present on the web, we still require a base amount of knowledge to help us succeed and function in society. Literacy, numeracy, and understanding of the world around us (both socially and…"
Jan 22, 2013
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Ridwanul Mosrur replied to Bal Bahadur Powrel's discussion Is the future of Education in the clouds?
"It's really a nice thought and a burning question obviously. The matter is that- we need to project two things at the same time which are a) live interactions and ii) making every knowledge & resource persons reachable. In that case I would…"
Dec 8, 2012
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Jason Mills replied to Bal Bahadur Powrel's discussion Is the future of Education in the clouds?
"I agree, I think that face to face teacher student interaction is and will continue to be very important. I for one though am really interested in finding more about building and implementing an online environment for my students (like Edmodo). I…"
Nov 28, 2012
Radoslava Konjevic replied to Bal Bahadur Powrel's discussion Is the future of Education in the clouds?
"Many educators are exploring ways to bring online learning into classrooms, but it won't do a whole lot of good if students aren't engaged. Blogger Andrew Miller offers some strategies to keep them hooked.Just found the link about…"
Oct 31, 2012
Radoslava Konjevic replied to Bal Bahadur Powrel's discussion Is the future of Education in the clouds?
"I think it would be best to combine the two methods."
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Is the future of Education in the clouds?

It seems that the future of education is all going into the clouds. It is virtual.Everything is happening somewhere outside.Cloud is a big classroom trying to accomodate the globe.I am still traditional. Chalk and talk and face to face teacher-student interraction lover. Does it want me to change? Is there a risk if I do not want to change.See More
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My teacher Mr Namgay Phuntsho

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I love this teacher who worked so hard though in a traditional style. He joined school teaching sometimes around .

Similar reflective happiness is expressed by PaSsu Diary http://www.passudiary.com/.

Sir, Namgay was a great teacher. I am proud of him.

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