Wesch, in his "Rethinking Education" video, raises a point I've thought a lot about. How will the current shift in education affect the way universities are run? Or will this shift affect them at all? Does the abundance of information and the collaboration of peers mean anything for universities? As I emphasize group projects and collaboration, and knowledge discovery (rather than delivery) in the classroom, I wonder if students will be prepared for college. Will colleges react at all to students who are used to working with peers to collectively find answers? Or will they ignore this and continue with their lecture-based curriculum? If indeed they do not change (as I fear), then I wonder how we can simultaneously prepare them for college and use groupwork in the classroom. I personally include some direct instruction in each of my lessons before I move kids into partners or groups. Students must also learn skills like listening and taking notes as well as collaboration.