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” As part of this, he asked the group for their opinions on helping out with Newcastle University’s PGCE programme to help young teachers understand how self-organised learning environments work.
Those present were keen to explore this at a later date.
For example, how You Tube is bringing about a revolution in how we acquire skills.
Sugata was imagining a future where retired lawyers and plumbers could be called upon online and raised the question whether this could be a natural extension of the Granny Cloud.
From hearing about learning hairdressing (with truly hair-raising results!
) and construction via the Internet in further education from Ph D student Cathy Ellis (who is researching the use of SOLEs in this environment), to how children in the USA and Ghana come up with the same answer to a Big Question, there was plenty to discuss.
“I often turn to the Internet as a last resort,” he said.“But for a generation now, it is the first thing they turn to.
Sugata spoke about how SOLEs make something happen that we really can’t pin down quite yet as it’s very difficult to measure.“It’s the way they level out the playing field for children whose circumstances are very different and show huge differences in traditional comprehension tests,” he said.