TED TALKS FOR TEACHER INSPIRATION

This video  hosts a talk on education- a vocation which prepares  children for a future which none of us can foresee, predict or think of. It is about  fostering and nurturing the “whole child”. It  compares the prevalent educational system, the values and expectations of the community and society from Education and what is essentially required from teachers and educationists. The key line” teaching for Creativity is as important as Teaching for literacy”.

A must watch for every KV Teacher

Sir Ken Robinson: Do schools kill creativity?

 

2. BRINGING ON THE LEARNING REVOLUTION

Human Resource and we.. we make poor use of our talents…Human resources are like natural resources they are often buried deep… one has to go looking for them… Education does not need evolution but revolution… not reform but transformation…

Abraham Lincoln: The dogmas of the quiet past are inadequate for the stormy present…Life is not linear, it’s organic.. Human communities depend  upon a diversity of talents and not a singular conception of  ability… fast food model of education… Education based on the model of agriculture—human flourishing is not a mechanical process, it is an organic process… teacher like a farmer explore the conditions under which the students will flourish.. Our children spread their dreams beneath our feet ( teachers’).. tread softly

Sir Ken Robinson: Bring on the learning revolution!

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We Teachers and Educators are born to make a difference…building and leaving a legacy of relationships…Teaching Learning should bring joy….an adult who would never give up on them.. who understands the power of connection and insists theat they become the best they can possibly be…

Rita Pierson: Every kid needs a champion

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