Moving beyond the hidden curriculum in school

Jerry —  June 6, 2012 — 3 Comments

Rebuild21, held recently in Copenhagen, had a pretty ambitious goal: reimagining multiple sectors of the economy, all in two days.

I was pleasantly surprised, first by the open, smart, skeptical and foresighted approach the first few speakers took in tackling the financial sector – Richard Kelly and Jem Bendell – and then by the equally smart, inquisitive, friendly folks attending the event.

Sofus Mitgard and his crew created a special environment (nice hosting, Lori!).

Sofus asked me to do a short keynote on rebuilding education, one of my favorite topics. Here’s that talk:

And a few more resources:

  • The panel that followed my talk
  • A brief interview that Lori did afterward
  • The Prezi I created for the talk
  • All of this, linked in my Brain

Thanks for a memorable and very useful conference.

Jerry

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3 responses to Moving beyond the hidden curriculum in school

  1. Thanks for this Jerry. Inspiring as always. I’ll share with the parents at our KITA.

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