Disrupting Class on the Britannica Blog

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Oct 23, 2008

Michael B. Horn has a piece in the Britannica Blog about the effect of technology in education. Along with other writers throughout the week, Horn discusses whether technology is good or bad for schools. In his article, published on Oct. 23, 2008, he suggests that employing online learning with a disruptive approach can allow schools to take advantage of the high potential of online learning and such technologies, but otherwise we should not expect much. Read the piece, “Technology Can Have a Positive Impact on Education: Deploy It Disruptively!” here.

Michael is a co-founder and distinguished fellow at the Clayton Christensen Institute. He currently works as a principal consultant for Entangled Solutions.