How do we break down the isolated, teacher centered classroom and create a learning environment for the 21st century?
This is the question isn't it. The answer is oftentimes balled up in the question. Or perhaps we already are swimming in the answer? As Izaak Rabin once said, "If a problem has been a problem for a long time, maybe it's not a problem. Maybe it's a fact." What is the fact that we are overlooking because it is hiding in plain sight?