"The trouble with the factory model is that it only really allows for
one type of learning, one type of learner, one type of instructional
situation. I'd certainly vote to replace it, but I'm not sure what
I'd replace it with. Something that allows more flexibility, more
options for the teacher, and a variety of learning situations--and
that encourages students to take more control over their learning--but
within some boundaries."
Agreed. And these all sound like great things to include. If we are
going to replace "it", isn't the first step to question "it?"