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Is it possible to create an alternative schooling system using only the Khan Academy, YouTube, Wikipedia and TED?
Here's my Call-to-Action: Is it possible for us to leverage the elastic scalability and reach of the internet to teach our peers and children to be more independent, knowledgeable, creative and collaborative when interacting with the rest of the world?
Sites like the Khan Academy, YouTube, Wikipedia and TED are changing the very face of 21st-century information-sharing by making people participate in the process of creating and sharing information.
Is it possible to bring these qualities to our schools and universities too?