Points and thoughts on Disrupting Class by Clayton M. Christensen
Despite all the money put into buying computers for school, they have just been "crammed" into the existing model. Delivering lessons and structuring the classroom has not really changed much.
Distruptive Innovation model: Example of Apple computers moving away from the established market of mainframe computer to personal computers (toys for kids). This was success because it targeted a market of nonconsumption rather than trying to improve on the existing established model. Originally p.c.'s weren't great but they were accessible to more people and then eventually improved.
"Computers have made almost on dent in the important challenge that they have to crack: allowing students to learn in ways that correspond with how their brains are wired to learn, thereby migrating to a student-centric classroom."