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What is the future of education? How will online instruction change over the next few years? Does traditional education matter anymore? Licensed teacher and former school counselor, Deborah Killion addresses all of these questions and more in this insightful audiobook about the future of education.
Especially recorded to help educators, teachers, and administrators think about what they want for their schools and their students, this audiobook takes a deep dive into the essence of the educational process, the technology that we now have to improve it, and how to strike a balance between the tools of the past and the future to best help kids. She brings in politics to show how the political environment affects the education system and how the best solution is to return control to the states and local school districts. Deborah cites several sources and information based on hours of research and interviews with educational specialists, in addition to sharing some of her own personal experiences in the public school system and online teaching environments.
Changes are needed, and now is the time. Using creative methods that both inspire and teach, the author talks about what teachers can do in their classrooms to make the changes. Listen to the author discuss the future of education and how we can better prepare students to be independent, creative thinkers in this age of the push toward socialism.
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- Marlene J.
Waste of time
This is misleading and does nothing but push a right wing agenda of Trump a man that does read his daily briefing in the White House in administration daily because the data is fake. The author did not talk abo about core standards and MOODs and their impact of student learning.
- Katherine Felter
book declines into a right wing ad
I struggled to finish this book although involved in the field, terrible. Don't buy this unless you support the segregation and inequities of the education system being encouraged by DeVos and people who would rather make money off students than prepare them with skills and create opportunities.