Not my question, one by Stephen Downes. It seems that those whom have benefitted most from the ‘revolution’ so far are not classroom teachers, not educational developers, instructional designers, accessibility and so on, but corporate brands. Not just well known brands such as Microsoft, Apple and Google, but the constellation of ‘personal-brands’ who have provide expert lectures, workshops and advice on the side … which each year consumes more and more money, while under-employment of full-time workers (who want to work inside the system) is rising. The thing kids want are people to trust who stick around. Recently people speak and barely stay long enough to hand over their invoice.
For the win people, not the fekking corporate greed and self-interest.