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DISRUPTING CLASS: HOW DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION WILL CHANGE THE WAY


CHRISTENSEN C. JOHNSON C.W. HORN M.B./ THE WORLD LEARNS

wydawnictwo: MCGRAW-HILL, 2008, wydanie I

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Disruptive Innovation makes it possible for simple, affordable, and accessible products to replace products that are complex, expensive and inaccessible.

Classic examples from business are: Toyota replacing Ford, the PC replacing the mainframe, and Southwest replacing any other airline. Disruptive Innovation is a game changer, and in the Disrupting Class, Clayton Christensens application of disruptive innovation to the education system will change the debate and redefine how we look at education forever. The way the educational system is set up forces standardisation. But each student  whether child or adult - learns in a different way and has different needs - and therefore needs customisation. Disrupting Class uses the theories of disruptive innovation to show how schools and training organisations can overcome this dilemma.
Society now asks this system to do something it has never before done: educate every member. To tackle this, schools and organisations must make learning intrinsically motivating for each student.

In the education and training field, the disruptive innovation that Christensen argues for is computer based learning replacing the current teacher centric classroom model. Computer based learning is different from simply buying computers for the classroom   and Christensen explains exactly how computer based learning can become the disruptive innovation that makes education more affordable, accessible, and customisable so that students truly learn more.


Clayton M. Christensen is the Robert and Jane Cizik Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School. He is author or coauthor of five books including the New York Times bestsellers The Innovator's Dilemma and The Innovator's Solution.

Curtis Johnson is a writer and consultant who has served as a college president, head of a public policy research organization, and chief of staff to governor Arne Carlson of Minnesota.

Michael Horn is the cofounder and Executive Director, Education of Innosight Institute.


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Introduction 1

Randall Circle High School 19

Ch. 1 Why Schools Struggle to Teach Differently When Each Student Learns Differently 21

Ch. 2 Making the Shift: Schools Meet Society's Needs 43

Ch. 3 Crammed Classroom Computers 71

Ch. 4 Disruptively Deploying Computers 89

Ch. 5 The System for Student-Centric Learning 121

Ch. 6 The Impact of the Earliest Years on Students' Success 147

Ch. 7 Improving Education Research 159

Ch. 8 Forging a Consensus for Change 179

Ch. 9 Giving Schools the Right Structure to Innovate 197


Conclusion 223

Index 231


288 pages, Hardcover

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