Business Week Online has a round up of the best ideas of 2005. Some of them include the fading importance of geography, the knowledge economy morphing into the creative economy, social networking for the @ generation, podcasting, and going green.
Once again I ask, as teachers, how are we preparing our students for this future?
Is the writing on the wall yet? With so many teachers making the same point (a point that has been made continually for the past 30 years or so, perhaps even continuously!), the question that begs to be asked is, if kids are doing all this underground learning (i.e. learning IN SPITE of school), then when are schools going to get the hell out of the way?