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Two challenges for Ken Robinson

Yesterday I had the pleasure of listening to Sir Ken Robinson (now on Twitter) speak in person for the first time. Like many people I’ve watched him on YouTube videos, so this BETT2015 talk was a nice opportunity. And he … Continue reading

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Notes from BETT 2015

I’m participating in the 2015 BETT conference, or “show”, as the organizers call it.  Here are some observations noted on the fly. 1. Jimbo Wales, Wikipedia’s leader, offered a fascinating and important observation.  I didn’t transcribe it word for word, … Continue reading

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