Driving personalization in K-12
The word “disruption” may have some negative connotations when paired with the subject of K-12 education. But the term “disruptive innovation” may be one that educational leaders and instructional technologists should embrace as they look to improve learning outcomes.
In their book Disrupting Class: How Disruptive Innovation Will Change the Way the World Learns, Clayton Christensen, Michael Horn and Curtis Johnson present a compelling vision of changes underway in K-12 as new technologies are adopted and learning is increasingly personalized. One area in which the concept is now being applied in schools is blended learning, which combines the benefits of guided online learning with social and personal attention in a classroom setting.
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