How do you Haiku?
TEDxYouth@Manchester , one of the first TEDxYouth events, recently wrapped up its third event with over 400 young people from local sixth form school — between the ages of 17 and 18 — in attendance at the Fallibroome Academy. We would like to share some TEDxYouth event organizing tips that we’ve gathered over the course of our three events: 1.
Given the infusion of technology in almost every aspect of our lives, the education sector is struggling on how to integrate it into the classroom. We have seen current trends and attempts for the use of educational technology with the Flipped Classroom ala Khan Academy, Interactive Whiteboards in every classroom, and lots of discussion about what are 21st century skills and literacies. Most educators would agree that a major purpose of education is to assist learners in gaining the skills, attitudes, and knowledge for having a better quality of life now and in their futures.
All knowledge, to all people, for all time, for free
(why does Twitter make it so hard?