Educational Reform in Cartoons

Brian LePort shared some thoughts, and the video below featuring a talk illustrated with accompanying hand-drawn cartoons, focusing on how education has been done in the past and how to approach it in relation to the present context. The video is provocative and in places controversial, but it raises some important issues and provides a good conversation starter on an important subject.

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  • Angie Van De Merwe

    I saw this, and it was fascinating.

  • Gary

    In the 70's, Ritalin was used on children, at least sometimes, to zone-out the kid, so he wouldn't cause trouble in class, instead of the more "accepted" reason to improve the kid's concentration. Not for the child's benefit, but for the teacher's benefit.