Ken Robinson: Schools Kill Creativity

February 1, 2006 (over 14 years ago)

Ken Robinson talks of how our modern education systems have put creativity and the arts on the back burner for quite some time.

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Sugata Mitra: Sugata Mitra Shows How Kids Teach Themselves

February 1, 2007 (over 13 years ago)

Sugata Mitra started an experiment called "Hole in the Wall" that helped him realize that learning can be achieved through children's collaboration and even without a teacher - just pure initiative and curiosity.

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Alan Kay: A Powerful Idea About Ideas

March 1, 2007 (over 13 years ago)

In this talk, Alan kay thinks of new and better ways to educate our kids. He shows us how we can use a different perspective and pair it up with technology to teach young children higher levels of science and math. A level of learning that we would not have considered teaching to their age group.

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Charles Leadbeater: Education Innovation in the Slums

April 1, 2010 (about 10 years ago)

Charles Leadbeater talks about how education should present itself as practical in the slum areas to attract the poor to study.

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Dave Eggers: Once Upon a School

February 1, 2008 (over 12 years ago)

Dave Eggers shares the story of a movement focused on the betterment of students in local public schools, and how this initiative resulted in the opening of several other centers with the same goal of engaging creatively with kids. He appeals to the audience to take part in this noble venture.

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