Edubloggers As Prisoners of the Nation State.
Jul 17, 2007
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Artichoke revisits my critique of school 2.0 from a couple months ago (which makes me happy, because it went largely unremarked by the school 2.0 crowd). She writes, "If Illich could imagine a good education system - one that didn't need schools and classrooms in 1971, why do we keep pretending we need schools and classrooms to learn in 2007?" See also Teemu Arina's Serendipity 2.0: Missing Third Places of Learning, cited in the same article. Total: 853
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