大數據 (Big Data) 課程 (Curriculum) 電子學習 (e-Learning)

Inside Facebook’s plan to build a better school

ER: Go Mark!教育是要很多網絡中人努力的!

How Mark Zuckerberg’s philanthropy led to the company’s newest product

 

Denali_1.0

The curriculum has four basic parts. There’s “project time,” where students work in teams on projects: building a model of a lunar lander, say, or modeling population growth for a country. There’s “personalized learning time,”

PLP_Year_View.0
where students learn traditional subjects like science, math, and reading. The twist is that they’re generally learning not with textbooks but with Chromebooks — surfing through “playlists” of mostly free online educational content. And they’re doing it at their own pace, with their teacher serving more as a guide than a professor. Class sizes are smaller than the California average at 25 kids; students are required to pass the same standardized tests as their peers in other schools.

Tavenner founded the first Summit high school in 2003 in Redwood City; not long after, it was ranked as one of the nation’s best public schools by Newsweek and US News & World Report. After several years, Tavenner said, she began thinking about what it would take to replicate Summit’s success on a series of new campuses.

“WHY DO WE HAVE PUBLIC SCHOOL IN AMERICA? WHY HASN’T IT CHANGED IN A HUNDRED YEARS?

http://www.theverge.com/2015/9/3/9252845/facebook-education-software-plp-summit

1個回應