This is part of a series of posts showcasing some interesting infographics that are available on the web. For more information on infographics have a look here and for some of the problems with using infographics graphics have a look here.
Part Two of this series mostly focuses on Infographics that illustrate the US Education System - but I think there is valuable learning and questions they raise about the UK Education System as well.
Today's inforgraphic is on "How the Internet is Revolutionizing Education" (original source)
For me the interesting points are:
1) The Open University (OU) has led the on-line learning revolution since 1971, now are challenge is to get more OU courses into the Senior Phase of schools (schools like Islay High School and Monkseaton High School already do this)
3) We need to consider the impact on pedegaogy and learning from the use of resources like Khan Academy (terms like Flipped Classroom are starting to be used more widely but we need to experiment more and evaluate these ideas in practice)
Thanks to Tony Shin for sending me the link.