— Nigel Painting (@nigelchpainting) March 9, 2017
“Learning is not a place but an activity”
Andreas Schleicher talks about the PISA test. This is a global measurement that ranks countries against one another and uses the data to help schools improve.
“Measuring how much time people spend in school or what degree they’ve got is not always a good way of seeing what they can actually do”
PISA tests whether students can extrapolate what they’ve learned and apply their knowledge in novel situations. Apparently we’re so, so in the rankings of the readiness of our young people for today’s economy.
Most relevant to this algorithmic cultures block “Data can be more powerful than administrative control or financial subsidy through which we usually run education”