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Viitorul educatiei

Recent, in luna octombrie, The New York Times a publicat un articol de opinie cu privire la viitorul educatiei.

Articolul se numeste The University of Wherever si practic atenteaza la ideea traditionala de educatie.

…, one of Stanford’s most inventive professors, Sebastian Thrun, is making an alternative claim on the future. Thrun, a German-born and largely self-taught expert in robotics, is famous for leading the team that built Google’s self-driving car. He is offering his “Introduction to Artificial Intelligence” course online and free of charge. His remote students will get the same lectures as students paying $50,000 a year, the same assignments, the same exams and, if they pass, a “statement of accomplishment” (though not (n.r.,  yet) Stanford credit). When The Times wrote about this last month, 58,000 students had signed up for the course. After the article, enrollment leapt to 130,000, from across the globe.

Care va sa zica sistemul „e pe val”.  Inveti la distanta si (poate) iti iei diploma la Stanford….

Apar cateva probleme:

  • promovarea limbii engleze ca limba universala de educatie
  • competitia intre University of Wherever si University of Nowhere
  • atacarea pietei educatiei (de cati profesori e nevoie?). Oare de ce University of Wherever nu se multumeste cu modelul sau traditional de 50.000 USD/an taxa? Poate pentru ca nu mai sunt asa de multi doritori?
  • cum ramane cu diversity training, sau multiculturalism?

Am mai prezentat asemenea initiative precum cursul de Machine Learning sau Introduction to Databases.

Binenteles ca aceste solutii sunt abia la inceput dar evolutia catre o aplicare concreta poate fi foarte rapida.

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