By all accounts, the education community is in the midst of a profound shift, straddling between the constraints of its legacy while pushing for much-needed change.
Part of the anxiety around these changes is the uncertainty of the future. No one wants to experiment with the welfare of our kids, but at the same time, it's clear as day that the status quo is holding them back from succeeding.
Everyone has an opinion about what the idealistic school day of the future will look like, if not specifically hour-by-hour, then at least by broad themes. I spoke to a number of changemakers and progressives about this topic and will post those interviews below.
My question: How do you think an average school day in 2020 (or even beyond) for a K-12 student will be structured? At home, in the community, online? Where and how will educators interact with learners? You can leave your answers as a comment on this post, or on the MindShift Facebook page.