Education reformers around the world argue that we need to rethink, reinvent and revive schools and universities. Teachers’ roles will also need to change. Some argue that the teaching profession may even disappear as learners turn to online and alternative resources. Others argue that teachers should take on more responsibilities to meet changing needs and demands.
Is the teaching profession, as we have known it, obsolete? Read what four leading experts have to say on the topic.
It’s the Examination System That’s Obsolete
Teachers Need to be Free to Enable New Kinds of Learning The teaching profession as...
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