The model for learning is compulsive. It has everything that is great about e-learning and the use of technology, indeed, it is part of this genre and world ... but it is also a school, or college, in the old sense, with a physical presence where people meet to share ideas, grow and participate collaboratively in their development.
Where does studying and work end?
It doesn't. There are no boundaries, nor should there be.
Were that the 115 year old Vygotsky (1926) was here to experiene it ...
'The future world where 'classes' and 'learning' takes place at home and in the workplace as PART of the world, rather than distinct from it'.
'Ultimately, only life educates, and the deeper that life, the real world, burrows into the school, the more dynamic and the more robust will be the educational process. Education is just as meaningless outside the real world as is a fire without oxygen, or as is breathing in a vacuum'.
'Only he who exerts a creative role in real life can aspire to a creative role in pedagogics. It is just for this reason that, in the future, the educator will also be an active participant in society'.
'In the school of the future, these window will be opened as wide as can be, and the teacher will not only lok out, but also actively participate in the ‘duties of life.’
Vygostsky L.S. (1926) Educational Psychology. (Translated 1997) CRC Press.