Here is an excerpt from the video:
“The world around us these days is both digital and global. Technology is diffusing everything, we’re globally interconnected with people and places that were never connected before. In this digital global age that we now live, we’re finding that for the most part our schools are neither of those. Schools are supposedly knowledge institutions where we teach kids to be masters of information, and yet if you look out in the real world beyond schools and beyond universities at how knowledge workers do their jobs, they’re doing it all with computers. Here we are pretending that we’re preparing students for knowledge work in a knowledge economy, a very hyper-connected, hyper-competitive, global knowledge economy, and yet we’re doing it with ring binders and notebook paper.”
-Dr. Scott McLeod
I invite you to watch the video. In the comments, tell me what you think. How is he wrong?