The Human Race

932 Words Sep 27th, 2015 4 Pages
Since the beginning of time, the human race has always looked for improvement. We can think of some inventors and scientists like Isaac Newton, Johannes Kepler, Albert Einstein, among others. These people have helped us to understand many mysteries of science, and also, they have contributed to have the technology we have today. Also, in education we have been working with new stuff every day. Every country has created a system of education to prepare students for life. We have included calculators, computers, laptops, Chromebooks, and iPads, among others, to help our students to be successful. Also, some schools have changed the way they teach students, like having small groups, interest driving, one-to-one instructions, online instruction, among other ways. I want to identify three major issues or changes in education: digital classes, one-to-one instructions and flipped classrooms.

First, let’s talk about digital classes. One of the examples that I have used is Google Classroom. According to The Wallace Foundation (n.d.), “It goes almost without saying that kids today are absorbed in computers, cell phones, video games, television and other media-spending an average of 7 hours and 38 minutes a day with the gadgetry.” Also, Richardson (2013) states that “it 's hard not to look at it as great news for kids, who will see growing availability of computers and access as a means to learn deeply and passionately in ways the current system of schooling was never…

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