Open Schooling in Perspective

Frances Ferreira, Commonwealth of Learning, Nov 29, 2014
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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Open schooling is "the physical separation of the school learner from the teacher, and the use of unconventional teaching methodologies and information and communications technologies." It addresses significant issues in many countries, including the provision of education for girls, for students who have been failed or dropped out, and for students who are unable to attend school. This post is an overview of the Commonwealth of Learning's Open Schools project, with quotes and examples.

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