Tag: TED

The Education Revolution: Pledge

cc licensed ( BY NC SD ) flickr photo shared by Darcy Moore I am currently listen to the live stream from TEDxLondon of the #EducationRevolution. Here are the speakers and […] 

The Linguistic Genius of Babies

After watching this talk I feel a little depressed about the graph on the ability of adults to aquire a second language. I also feel […] 

Understanding the Rise of China

Anyone who read my blog in 2010 would know how a trip to Shanghai opened my eyes to what we have all been reading about over […] 

Teaching design for change

How many schools, that wish to innovate and recreate learning spaces for New Times, are hampered by ‘the buildings’ and ‘the space’ the community have […] 

Nic Marks: The Happy Planet Index

Nic Marks‘ TED presentation about what really matters is inspiring and deserving of a very wide, powerful and influential audience. Please watch it and share […] 

Clay Shirky: How cognitive surplus will change the world

Clay Shirky‘s TED talk deserves 13 minutes of your time.  

Lessons from fashion’s free culture

Johanna Blakley‘s talk is an interesting rumination on the nature of ‘copyright’ in the fashion world.  

When I grow up I’d like…

to have a job like Brian Skerry’s…  

Bring on the Learning Revolution

Sir Ken Robinson’s books and talks, quite simply, inspire! His sense of humour and rejection of neo-factory models of education are a beacon of light […] 

Adora Svitak: What adults can learn from kids

A 12 year old with some formidable public speaking skills, indeed! What have you learnt from ‘a kid’ recently?  

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