Changing education paradigm

Do we educate our children at their full potential or are we mass producing “students made in [college name]”? Have a look at this video from two perspectives: its content and its form.

  • one presents a new way of looking at education: personalised, alternative, creative, organic.
  • the other shows an interesting and catching method of explaining concepts to people/students — animations.

A thank you to Martin Kornmesser, Animations/Graphics Coordinator at ESO for pointing this video to me. By the way, Martin keeps a blog and a Flickr page for raising awareness on issues that affect the earth that I recommend you check it out!

P.S. With this blog post, I’m starting a new category, “Resources pool”, where I’ll be gathering useful things that I come across, without being my own-generated content.

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