The End of Teaching – As We Know It

This presentation, by Alvaro Gonzalez-Alorda, centers on the future of education. It focuses on how technology and a reconfiguration of approach, one centered on experimentation, will become the method. By looking at key drivers of change and the challenges they will help to overcome, Gonzalez-Alorda puts forth an innovative model for both educators and students at all levels.

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  1. Alvaro Gonzalez-Alorda on March 3, 2012 at 1:42 pm

    Hi Braden!
    Thanks for sharing the presentation through your network.
    It would be great to have the chance to meet offline to talk about innovation.
    Best regards from Madrid (Spain).
    Alvaro
    @agalorda

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