Disruption is viewed almost always as a negative variable. The Christensen Institute, a nonpartisan think tank, has been studying disruptive innovation throughout the pandemic and how to incorporate technology into the classrooms, creating more student-centered learning opportunities and individualized instruction. Learn more about the Institute’s research and what the report’s author Tom Arnett has to say about their findings in a recent episode of Keystone Education Radio.
In this episode, you will learn:
- What disruptive innovation is and why it matters in education
- How technology can be embraced in classrooms, now and post-pandemic
- Where to go to access the complete Carpe Diem: Convert Pandemic Struggles into Student-Centered Learning report