Yong Zhao

Yong Zhao



Average rating: 4.04 · 638 ratings · 91 reviews · 32 distinct worksSimilar authors
Catching Up or Leading the ...

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World Class Learners: Educa...

4.20 avg rating — 184 ratings — published 2012 — 6 editions
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Who's Afraid of the Big Bad...

4.07 avg rating — 119 ratings — published 2014 — 7 editions
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Counting What Counts: Refra...

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Reach for Greatness: Person...

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“Maybe what really matters is technology’s power to enable students to reach a vast and real audience that they could never dream of in the traditional classroom.”
Yong Zhao, Never Send a Human to Do a Machine's Job: Correcting the Top 5 EdTech Mistakes

“Technology should be used to create a learning space—a breathable space that nurtures possibilities rather than merely fulfilling predictions.”
Yong Zhao, Never Send a Human to Do a Machine's Job: Correcting the Top 5 EdTech Mistakes

“A more fitting metaphor of the traditional pedagogy is managing a factory of mechanical workers, where the teacher is the manager and students the workers. The teacher gives instructions and assigns tasks to students each day. The students work as hard as possible to finish the tasks. At the end of the work period, the students are rewarded or punished based on how well they have complied with the instructions and completed the tasks.”
Yong Zhao, Never Send a Human to Do a Machine's Job: Correcting the Top 5 EdTech Mistakes



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