To continue with the current tradition of delivering content in a classroom does little more than to sustain an existing model of accepted value teaching (sustaining innovation). So for a moment, contemplate a learning space with no campus, no buildings and radically altered work environment for teachers. Much of the content being delivered online (e.g. virtual classrooms, Skype, live blogs, webinars and so on). The former merely survives whilst the latter seeks to thrive. Thus the paradigm of a traditional school leads to complacency, as these schools already have a dominant foothold in the marketplace. However, as time passes constructive disruptive innovation begins to gain market share leading ultimately to extinction.
Take for example a car powered by petrol - it is in the stakeholder's interests to resist change to the emergence of the electric car. Petro rich nations shiver at the prospect at such development. Yet, the reality is that electric powered cars are gradually increasing their market share. Or take a moment to look at the taxi industry and the advent of Uber.
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