In this episode I talk through the implications of 21st-century learning.
This week I realize that any learning that happens in the 21st-century is 21st-century learning. We should not be disparaging one another’s learning. We should come up with better words and better ideas for what we mean when we say we want students to have access to modern tools and pedagogy.
What should we call the artist formerly known as 21st-century learning?