According to Stanford's LDT website: "graduates are expected to rethink learning and ultimately generate the revolutionary ideas that will pioneer the future of education". With this in mind, I was quite pleased to be dubbed "most likely to start a revolution" by my fellow LDT classmates.
Throughout the year I constantly utilized my creativity and disruptive thinking to challenge not only the "future" of education" but also the current education we were receiving within the program. I argued, how can we envision such a dynamic future for education if 90% of all of our assignments followed the age old "read, then write a paper" pedagogy? To that end, this video was my final reaction "paper" to our required Understanding Learning Environments course.
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