Articles by tag: Michael Horn

Merge Daily Personalized Tutoring with Advanced Tech in Schools for Peak Academic Growth

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In recent years, the educational landscape has been significantly disrupted, first by the pandemic and now by the integration of new technologies and teaching methodologies. As we navigate this evolution, one age-old method, tutoring, has emerged at the forefront, albeit with a modern twist. This resurgence is driven by the stark realization that traditional […]

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Is This the End of Traditional Education? OpenAI’s Sora Raises the Stakes

With OpenAI’s launch of Sora, showcasing its ability to transform text into unbelievably realistic videos, how can this innovation redefine the way we create and consume educational content? Michael Horn, the Co-Founder of the Clayton Christensen Institute sees Sora not just as a tool but as a gateway to democratizing education. He highlights the profound […]

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The Apple Vision Pro Keeps Things in the Apple Family. Could it Embrace an Open, Modular Approach in the Future?

Apple’s dive into virtual and augmented reality with the Apple Vision Pro shows it’s sticking to its game plan: Keeping things in the Apple family. This move means everything works smoothly together, especially with stuff like Apple TV, to give users a top-notch, all-in-one experience. But here’s the thing: As tech keeps changing, people […]

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Beyond the Acronym: Exploring the Depth of DEI

The world is increasingly driven by the quest for equality and understanding, and the realms of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) have become more than just buzzwords; they have emerged as pivotal elements in shaping the future of education. Yet, as these concepts gain prominence, they also encounter resistance and misinterpretation, leading to polarized […]

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Education & EdTech
Can You Unbundle Socialization, Childcare, and Education?

Is it possible to effectively unbundle socialization, childcare, and education to create a more tailored and effective learning environment for children? This question probes the heart of a transformative discussion on The Future of Education podcast, hosted by Michael B. Horn, featuring guest Manisha Snoyer, the CEO & Co-Founder of Modulo. Their conversation delves […]

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Education & EdTech
AI Integration in University Curricula: A New Era in Education

How can universities achieve AI integration in university curricula to harness AI’s transformative power across all disciplines, rather than merely adding isolated AI courses? By 2028, over 90% of employers are expected to implement AI solutions, leading to significant changes in business operations and a potential 47% boost in productivity. This AI-driven transformation is […]

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Exploring Strategic Scheduling with Timely: A Key to Managing Educational Fiscal Challenges

Author: Michael Horn Educational institutions today are facing a financial precipice, with declining enrollments and funding cuts. Many schools are struggling to adapt to these fiscal pressures, highlighting the need for transformative solutions. This scenario raises an urgent need for innovative strategies like strategic scheduling to manage resources efficiently. What innovative approaches can districts […]

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Web 3.0 and blockchain technology
Redefining Digital Trust: Web 3.0 and Blockchain Technology Are Reshaping Digital Security and Transparency
April 16, 2024

The digital world continues to race forward and Web 3.0 and blockchain technology are taking center stage. This surge of interest is driven by the global demand for more secure, decentralized, and transparent online interactions, particularly in the wake of heightened cybersecurity threats and privacy concerns. The stakes are high and according to a […]

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Mining & Rare Metals Supply Chain
A Domestic U.S. Mining & Rare Metals Supply Chain Still Lacks Industry & Political Support
April 16, 2024

The U.S. is in need of a domestic mining & rare metals supply chain. There’s a natural motivation around developing this kind of supply chain, as it’s smart production strategy to give U.S.  companies more diversity in their sourcing & manufacturing partners. There’s also a national imperative to keep America’s supply chains resilient, one […]

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Stenograph Announces the Release of CATalyst Version 22
April 16, 2024

DOWNERS GROVE, Ill., April 16, 2024 (Newswire.com) – Stenograph, LLC, is thrilled to announce an update to CATalyst®, the industry-leading software for computer-aided transcription, trusted by court reporters, scopists, CART providers, and captioners worldwide. Throughout its 25-year history, CATalyst has been at the forefront of leveraging advanced tools that make work faster, easier, and more efficient. […]

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Pixar's storytelling
Breaking the Rules with Pixar: Dean Movshovitz’s Take on Pixar’s Storytelling Success and Narrative Techniques
April 16, 2024

From Elemental to Turning Red, Pixar Animation Studios sets the gold standard for storytelling in animation. Pixar’s ability to weave intricate narratives that resonate with children and adults alike has sparked widespread interest in understanding the secrets behind its storytelling success. With the release of Dean Movshovitz‘s Amazon bestseller book, Pixar Storytelling: Rules for […]

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The Growth of AI in Education Offers Students an Alternative Educational Path
November 20, 2023

On the latest episode of “The Future of Education: Class Disrupted,” hosts Michael Horn and Diane Tavenner take a deep look into the rapid growth and advancements of AI in education and its implications for education. To better understand how AI is making change with students and in general, the two interviewed Irhum Shafkat, […]

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Apprenticeships are the Key Alternative in Redefining Education Geared Towards a Successful Career
November 6, 2023

As the world grapples with an evolving job market and an era where the traditional college degree no longer guarantees a successful career, there’s a new conversation emerging around alternative pathways to employment. Underemployment rates for recent graduates is rampant and there’s a widening skills gap in the American workforce. Unfortunately, this has resulted […]

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Expanding Workforce Development Will Assist Those Facing Challenges Related to Sustaining Employment
October 10, 2023

Recently, workforce development has taken on a new urgency, given the widening economic divide and the challenges faced by marginalized communities. With the gig economy rising and traditional jobs evolving, there’s an increasing demand for skills training and personal development, especially among those facing systemic barriers. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, […]

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‘Brave’ Micro-Schools are Reinventing Schooling and Creating a Successful Educational Path
September 11, 2023

The global education system is making way for more micro-schools faced monumental challenges due to the pandemic, which left traditional models of schooling to come under scrutiny. The demand for a more adaptable, student-centric approach is growing, with a focus on self-directed learning and community involvement. During a time when 1.5 billion children were […]

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AI Disruption in Education Isn’t About AI. It’s About The Business Models AI Enables.
May 9, 2023

The recent plunge in Chegg’s valuation highlights the potential for AI disruption in education and edtech, raising questions about the future of the edtech sector’s competitive edge and solutions. Chegg Inc. is facing a potential loss of nearly $1 billion in market valuation as ChatGPT’s popularity grows, leading to a 47% drop in the […]

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Research Supports Personalized Learning’s Potential. Experts Say Not to Launch it Prematurely in Students’ Education.
May 1, 2023

The debate around personalized learning in education has been gaining traction in recent years. A recent survey from consulting firm Tyton Partners shows parents are increasingly advocating to “direct and tailor” their K-12 students’ education experience. As schools look for ways to engage students and improve learning outcomes, the focus has turned towards understanding the […]

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ChatGPT is Proving its Utility at Work. Should Educators Encourage Using ChatGPT in the Classroom?
February 23, 2023

If ChatGPT were human, it would have become a corporate executive and doctor by now. This AI tool has already passed medical and MBA exams, which is making education professionals rethink their approach to test design. At the same time, it’s proving how capable generative AI is for maneuvering the academic field and digging through […]

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Increasing Teachers’ Minimum Salaries Might Be on the Syllabus for 2023
December 29, 2022

Increasing teachers’ minimum salaries might be on the syllabus for 2023. $60,000. That’s the new national minimum salary for a public school teacher if U.S. representative Frederica Wilson, D-Fla., can find a way to get The American Teacher Act passed through congress in 2023. Wilson, a long-time advocate for educators, believes increasing teachers’ minimum salaries […]

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What We Take With Us And What We Leave Behind in K-12 Education
July 12, 2021

The last year has asked more of educators and the technology that empowers them to serve learners than ever before. Now, with the dust finally settling after a year of hurried remote learning setups, conversations about hybrid solutions and more, it’s time to figure out exactly how the education industry will move forward in […]

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