Video: Changing Education (RSA)

Sounds like a heavy subject, and it is. But there’s never been a more entertaining and creative way to present it than this video from the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce (RSA). Have a look!

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  1. Mark Lesser

    Wonderful. Thanks for referencing. Like Mr. Weatherbee, the television weatherman, drawing as one goes is a captivating device for presenting ideas.
    As to content, I wonder how Bowdoin has incorporated the concepts of collaboration and parallel thinking into the classroom? Some schools are currently modeling the MIT Media Lab, a place where engineering innovation is achieved by collaboration on projects created by students (see for example http://www.pranavmistry.com/projects/sixthsense/). How can this kind of learning environment be used for teaching science, humanities, etc.?

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