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Today’s obsession with MOOCs isa reminder of the old forecastingparadigm: in the early stages oftechnology introduction we try tofit new technologies into existingsocial structures in ways thathave become familiar to us.”– Marina Gorbis
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Today’s obsession with MOOCs isa reminder of the old forecastingparadigm: in the early stages oftechnology introduction we try tofit new technologies into existingsocial structures in ways thathave become familiar to us.”– Marina Gorbis

Today’s obsession with MOOCs is a reminder of the old forecasting paradigm: in the early stages of technology introduction we try to fit new technologies into existing social structures in ways that have become familiar to us.”
– Marina Gorbis

We need a curriculum of big questions, examinations where children can talk, share and use the Internet, and new, peer assessment systems. We need a pedagogy free from fear and focused on the magic of children’s innate quest for information and understanding.
– Sugata Mitra

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