Came across this article http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/mar13/vol70... while I was browsing the other day. Some really interesting ideas and questions arise from it I think. Hazel also came up with some like:
• What are the capabilities that make the human mind unique—such as empathy and passion—for which people should always be employed?
• What do machines do far better than humans—such as calculations and simulations—for which technology should be employed as much as possible?
• Now that kids are routinely exposed to increasingly sophisticated information online, what's an "age-appropriate" curriculum?
• What subject matter from the past is still relevant, and for whom?
Enjoy the read and if you have any ideas/thoughts about it please comment.
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