Teachers like me are uploading onto the web tens of thousands of lesson plans and videos that are then being consolidated and curated by various organizations. Ed Stetzer recently wrote on ChristianityToday. I used to think I was kidding, or at least exaggerating. These days, teachers are expected to concentrate on the "facilitation" of factual knowledge that is suddenly widely accessible. In "flipped learning," the student is expected to absorb the core knowledge at home by watching videos and then engage in projects, problem-solving, and critical-thinking activities at school, as facilitated by his or her teacher. Are teachers going the way of local bookstores?
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