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Wednesday
Nov 7th, 2012
10:30 AM - 11:20 AM
Four Seasons Ballroom 1
Mountain Time
Session Type: Featured Speaker

In his remarks, Michael Horn will discuss how disruptive innovations—known more broadly as online learning—are emerging with the promise to make postsecondary education more affordable, accessible, and of higher quality to students across the world. He will analyze what these trends may mean for the future of higher education and a variety of institutions, as well as how they may shift the policy landscape.

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trad model for teaching weeds out/ranks students; self-paced, modular online learning maximize learning of all #edu12 #e12_FS01

#E12_FS01 Disrupting College- Michael Horn: Sony's Pocket Radio marketed to teenagers - students change the world marketplace!

Disrupting College: disruptive innovation often emerging from flawed/lower quality products; MOOCs likely to improve #edu12 #e12_FS01

if value proposition educating masses (MOOCS), researchers (faculty) probably not best content creators; need real teachers #edu12 #e12_FS01


Comments

trad model for teaching weeds out/ranks students; self-paced, modular online learning maximize learning of all #edu12 #e12_FS01

#E12_FS01 Disrupting College- Michael Horn: Sony's Pocket Radio marketed to teenagers - students change the world marketplace!

Disrupting College: disruptive innovation often emerging from flawed/lower quality products; MOOCs likely to improve #edu12 #e12_FS01

if value proposition educating masses (MOOCS), researchers (faculty) probably not best content creators; need real teachers #edu12 #e12_FS01