"No Educator Left Behind" is the title of this lecture by Mark Federman. In it Federman contends that, as a result of the changes the internet has brought to the way students communicate and interact, universities, if they are to remain relevant, must move from the current model of education as skills centered to one that is more focused on connectivity.. If you missed the live broadcast, you can download the video.
Update: If you'd like to pass the link around, here is a more manageable URL: http://snipurl.com/noeducator
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