June Breivik: Disruptive Education
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  • 1. Disruptive EducationOslo 14. juni 2013
  • 2. How do we percieve education?
  • 3. What does it mean to disrupt?
  • 4. Paradigm of education• Learning is hard work – takes disipline• Learning is not fun and play• Learning happens at school from 9 to 5• Learning happens in 190 of the 365 days ofthe year• Homework enhances learning• The teacher is the single most importantfactor for learning
  • 5. Cont.• Learning must be controlled and structured• You need a curriculum and readinglist• You need quality controlled learningmaterial,preferably in the form of a book• Classes• Schoolbuildings• The teacher is the one who knows it all• Separation of practical and theoretical subjects
  • 6. Cont.• The exam proves that learning has occured
  • 7. NøttelitenskolenOne size fits all• One teacher• One class• One subject• One lesson• Sit-in, synchronous• Curriculum• Book• Testing
  • 8. So what is the disruption?• Personal• Never ending• Collaborative• Unexpected• Productive• Social
  • 9. Thank you for the attention.• Twitter: junebre• Blog: junebre.blogspot.com• Email: junemrb@hotmail.com