Personalization Outbreak

#9: Defining the Student of the Future for Today’s New Reality

June 30, 2020 Glenn Llopis Season 1 Episode 9
Personalization Outbreak
#9: Defining the Student of the Future for Today’s New Reality
Chapters
00:05:22
The Tyranny of the Average
00:20:13
The Boomerang Student Worker
00:53:00
Agents of Good
00:58:13
Sage on Stage vs Guide on the Side
01:03:53
The challenges of using models
01:17:14
Personalized Learning for Students and Corporations
Personalization Outbreak
#9: Defining the Student of the Future for Today’s New Reality
Jun 30, 2020 Season 1 Episode 9
Glenn Llopis

In this episode, we identify the trends in higher education as it reinvents itself to teach in remote environments and provide the necessary curriculum to better equip students to today’s new realities that are impacting the workplace and marketplace. Our guest, Sandeep Krishnamurthy, is the dean of the AACSB-accredited School of Business at University of Washington, Bothell. Together we discussed how the higher education system has long suffered from standardization, identifying root causes like the tyranny of average, the boomerang student workers phenomenon and the sage on stage vs the guide on side methods.

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In this episode, we identify the trends in higher education as it reinvents itself to teach in remote environments and provide the necessary curriculum to better equip students to today’s new realities that are impacting the workplace and marketplace. Our guest, Sandeep Krishnamurthy, is the dean of the AACSB-accredited School of Business at University of Washington, Bothell. Together we discussed how the higher education system has long suffered from standardization, identifying root causes like the tyranny of average, the boomerang student workers phenomenon and the sage on stage vs the guide on side methods.

The Tyranny of the Average
The Boomerang Student Worker
Agents of Good
Sage on Stage vs Guide on the Side
The challenges of using models
Personalized Learning for Students and Corporations