The Future of Higher Education | Kevin Manning | TEDxBaltimore

  • Опубликовано: 1 фев 2016
  • The future of higher education will be dominated by distance learning and at the heart of this process will be the cell phone. This will permit higher education to be offered in a cost effective manner throughout the world. Recorded at TEDxBaltimore January 2016.
    Kevin has has more than 40 years of experience in higher education administration. He has been the president of Stevenson University for 15 years, the third largest independent university in Maryland.
    This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

Комментарии • 16

  • dgetzin
    dgetzin 20 дней назад

    “To give them the kind of education we got” - I certainly hope these 3rd world people DON’T get that. The world today needs drastically different models of education, not a mass media regurgitation and a cost-saving professor-to-student ratio of thousands to one.

  • dgetzin
    dgetzin 20 дней назад

    Here we have unimaginative capitalism at its best: the existing model is running out of room to grow profits, so instead of innovating the pedagogy itself, you simply piggyback on existing technology to cut costs and expand the addressable market.

  • John Clark
    John Clark Месяц назад

    Will this benefit us 30 and up living at home or living with roommates become independant more easily?

  • alex j
    alex j 2 месяца назад +1

    The big problem is the governments monopoly on education and higher education. We are squandering our wealth sending all these kids to school on government loans and they graduate with a mortgage but no house and no marketable skills..what we have to do is stop the government aid and then colleges will be forced to cut costs so that their students can afford to go..many of those students will then be able to work their way through college like the old days. The government subsidies benefit the educational establishment who can then charge more money, enriching themselves even more at the expense of the student who gets stuck with debt.

  • Gilberste Koulakov
    Gilberste Koulakov 3 месяца назад +2

    Be careful we are talking about formal education but there are other forms of education, because I do believe that universities formats are no longer the good ones, we need to restudy the whole concept and not push develop.. countries in that direction of just a prof lecturing and students listening without a word...

  • Aziza El Kadiri
    Aziza El Kadiri 4 месяца назад +1

    Please look at this...
    AZIZA from Morocco.

  • Aziza El Kadiri
    Aziza El Kadiri 4 месяца назад +1


    EASY MATHS EASY TRICKS 6 месяцев назад

    Good knowledgeable

  • abc68099
    abc68099 10 месяцев назад

    Re: the cell phone......I hope not!!!! It will work better if the phone and internet companies stop charging separately for phone service and lap top service. It's ridiculous to pay separately for these.

  • Nero
    Nero Год назад +6

    You can never teach creative thinking through a cell phone. Period.

    • Mark Schad
      Mark Schad 7 месяцев назад +3

      You don't teach creative thinking. You harbor an environment in which it manifests.

    • Sarah A. Tahir
      Sarah A. Tahir 11 месяцев назад +2

      That's not very creative of you...

    • Matthew Helms
      Matthew Helms Год назад +1

      Not with that attitude. Shucks. How would you define creative thinking?

  • Brandt McCall
    Brandt McCall Год назад

    Absolutely agree MOOCs are a super disrupter of higher education, it does increase scale and accessibility via low to zero costs and geographic ease of use a person in the Gaza Strip Palestine can take a course in the US on their dream topic it is fantastic and very democratic. As well most teachers love to teacher and share info. thus they are inspired to create interesting, interactive, fun online videos which students watch. The instructor I had was fantastic, his videos were fun and highly insightful to listen too.

  • Tyler Witucki
    Tyler Witucki Год назад +8

    Its actually 33.5% of American adults have at least a 4 year degree. I do agree upon much of what he said.

  • Superfly TNT
    Superfly TNT 2 года назад +2