The past is calling, it wants its disruption back!
Another story I had in my Pocket account (for what seems like forever) is this story from campus technology talking about how nano-degrees are disrupting higher education. I don't know about you, but it seems to me that people just love the word disrupt, or the pairing disruptive innovation. I have a feeling that in 10-15 years when we're past this fad we will look back at this time period
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Mon, Aug 17 2015 04:30 | #altcred, accreditation, Badges, Campus Technology, degree, learning, objectives
When the Rhizo Team (well a subset of the Rhizo team) and I worked on the article Writing the Unreadable Untext for Hybrid Pedagogy we used Wordsworth's phrase “We murder to dissect”. If memory serves me right it was Sarah H. that initially brought this idea forward....or was it Keith? † That's the beauty of swarm writing, individual credit evaporates and it's what we accomplish together
Beating the education out of you!
I've been following an interesting discussion in one of the LinkedIn groups that I am a member of called "How important is a formal certificate/degree in Instructional Design to become a successful Instructional Designer?" I guess the discussion is not new (well it may be new to this group, but it's been going on in the ID circle for a while).There are pros and cons to each position, for example non-formal