Wednesday, October 21, 2009
In “What Difference Might one ‘S’ Make” by David Warlick, the author describes what a class in the future might look like. He describes the class as being an independent study where students use computer applications to create a project that helps each student relate to what they are learning. After reading this article, I have decided what matters to me the most is making education more personal. We could use more classes like the one Warlick mentions in the article. These classes would teach us skills that would come in handy in looking for a job. We should have more classes that allow us to choose what we learn, so we can work towards the job we want. Why try to teach us applications that may not be used? “What Difference Might one ‘S’ Make” by David Warlick made me excited about future classes where I am in charge of my own learning.