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Changing Education Paradigms – edu|FOCUS
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Changing Education Paradigms

This was just something I felt it was necessary for us to share – a great short lecture by Dr. Professor Ken Robinson, Ph.D. about changing education paradigms. The speech was illustrated beautifully by RSAnimate. Lots of good messages here.

Any thoughts on Dr. Robinson’s speech? I personally agreed with the majority of what he had to say – we believe, as an organization, that education reform starts at the grassroots level, with people focusing on innovative ways to fix issues with our national education infrastructure without clinging to the old ways of “how we’ve always done it”. The hard part is getting policy makers on board with new and innovative models that will change the landscape of education in the long run. What do you think? Let us know.

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