BIG Idea: Open-Source Education!!!

What if curricula were free?

What is a technology infused classroom?

How much would physics textbooks cost if you didn’t have to pay royalties to editors and publishers?

To what extent should children be invited into the curricula-creation process?

What is open-source education?

When and how can traditional education models catch up with the world in terms of technology, modes of communication and more?

Does NCLB prevent innovation in education?

Check out this Pop!Cast to explore these ideas and more!

Thanks to Barbara Kurshan (Executive Director of Curriki–an open-source curricula provider and online education community) to pointing readers to Pop!Tech/Pop!casts in her article, How Open-Source Curricula Could Bridge the Education Divide (from the New England Board of Higher Education winter 2007 issue).



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