The magnificent leap – Technology in Education

Technology is everywhere. Even while reading this, you will be using one of the gadgets and its spreading like a wildfire. There is an advancement in technology the moment I'm writing this and the time you are reading this and tech giants like Facebook, Apple, Microsoft and many more have invested billions in their R&D … Continue reading The magnificent leap – Technology in Education

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Music Saved My Life | Arn Chorn-Pond | TEDxWarwick

Arn Chorn-Pond is an internationally-renowned human rights activist, community organizer, and musician who inspires change through his incredible stories of surviving the Cambodian Khmer Rouge genocide. When the Khmer Rouge took over Cambodia in 1975, Arn was sent to a children’s labor camp. There, he escaped death by playing his flute for the camp guards. … Continue reading Music Saved My Life | Arn Chorn-Pond | TEDxWarwick

Origin of the Moon | The Royal Society

The origin of Earth’s moon has fascinated mankind for thousands of years and has received scientific attention for over forty years, building on the return of rocks from the moon and the growing understanding of planet formation. The central idea of a giant impact on Earth is widely accepted and physically appealing but the constraints … Continue reading Origin of the Moon | The Royal Society

Michio Kaku: The Universe is a nutshell

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NbBjNiw4tk About the Speaker: Michio Kaku  (born January 24, 1947) is an American futurist, theoretical physicist and popularizer of science. Dr. Kaku is a Professor of Theoretical Physics at the City College of New York. He has written several books about physics and related topics, has made frequent appearances on radio, television, and film, and … Continue reading Michio Kaku: The Universe is a nutshell

Ken Robinson: How to escape education’s death

About the speaker: Sir Kenneth Robinson (born 4 March 1950) is an English author, speaker and international advisor on education in the arts to government, non-profits, education and arts bodies. He was Director of the Arts in Schools Project (1985–89) and Professor of Arts Education at the University of Warwick (1989–2001), and is now Professor … Continue reading Ken Robinson: How to escape education’s death