The Distributed Classroom

 
 
The MIT Press; Learning in Large-Scale Environments
  • erschienen am 14. September 2021
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  • 360 Seiten
 
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A vision of the future of education in which the classroom experience is distributed across space and time without compromising learning.

What if there were a model for learning in which the classroom experience was distributed across space and time--and students could still have the benefits of the traditional classroom, even if they can't be present physically or learn synchronously? In this book, two experts in online learning envision a future in which education from kindergarten through graduate school need not be tethered to a single physical classroom. The distributed classroom would neither sacrifice students' social learning experience nor require massive development resources. It goes beyond hybrid learning, so ubiquitous during the pandemic, and MOOCs, so trendy a few years ago, to reimagine the classroom itself.

David Joyner and Charles Isbell, both of Georgia Tech, explain how recent developments, including distance learning and learning management systems, have paved the way for the distributed classroom. They propose that we dispense with the dichotomy between online and traditional education, and the assumption that online learning is necessarily inferior. They describe the distributed classroom's various delivery modes--for in-person students, remote synchronous students, and remote asynchronous students; the goal would be a symmetry of experiences, with both students and teachers able to move from one mode to another. With Distributed, Joyner and Isbell offer an an optimistic, learner-centric view of the future of education, in which every person on earth is turned into a potential learner as barriers of cost, geography, and synchronicity disappear.
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David A. Joyner is Executive Director of Online Educationand the Online Master of Science in Computer Science program in the College of Computing at Georgia Institute of Technology. Charles Isbell is John P. Imlay Jr. Dean of the College of Computing at Georgie Institute of Technology.
Series Foreword
Preface on COVID-19
Part 1: Where We Are Now
Chapter 1: The Classic Dichotomy
Chapter 2: Place and Time
Chapter 3: Progress So Far
Part 2: What We Do Next
Chapter 4: The Distributed Classroom Matrix
Chapter 5: Symmetry
Chapter 6: Practical Considerations
Part 3: The Places We'll Go
Chapter 7: From Stopgap to Snowball
Chapter 8: The Distributed Campus
Chapter 9: Fears, Risks, and Other Scary Words
Chapter 10: Lifelong Learning for All
Acknowledgments
Notes
Index

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