Hans Rosling: 200 Countries, 200 Years, 4 Minutes

Another great example from one of my favorite speakers Hans Rosling.

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John Medina: Why Kids Lie

In this short video, John Medina explains how deception is part of developing theory of mind.

Short sidenote: If you’re interested in how theory of mind may have evolved, watch this video

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Conrad Wolfram: Teaching kids real math with computers

Conrad Wolfram came to TED to plead for teaching kids the right parts of mathematics: those that can’t be done by a computer.

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Michael Sandel: Arguing affirmative action / What’s the purpose?

In lecture Nr. 9 of Michael Sandel’s lecture series “The right thing to do” the debate turns to affirmative action and distributive justice.

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Kieran Egan: Learning in Depth

Kieran Egan explains an amazing idea of introducing a child to ‘deep’ knowledge.

Kieran Egan – Learning in Depth from SFU Education on Vimeo.

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