Tag Archives: education

The End of Teaching – As We Know It

This presentation, by Alvaro Gonzalez-Alorda, centers on the future of education. It focuses on how technology and a reconfiguration of approach, one centered on experimentation, will become the method. By looking at key drivers of change and the challenges they will help to overcome, Gonzalez-Alorda puts forth an innovative model for both educators and students at all levels.

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Innovation Quotient

Yes, the world is changing very rapidly. Every day we wake up, there are new products, processes, technologies and ideas that are better and more effective than the ones we had yesterday. This has changed the dynamics of what we do and how we think. And as the result of new innovations, we have the chance to live better and longer.

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Seth Godin Interview (World Innovation Forum)

I had the opportunity to interview Seth Godin, author of “Linchpin”, “Purple Cow”, “Tribes” and nine other books, at the World Innovation Forum 2010 in New York, NY. On stage, Seth Godin presented mostly a fusion of content from “Tribes” and “Linchpin”. He started by defining innovation as doing ‘stuff’ that’s impossible, otherwise someone would already be doing it. Seth ...

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Wendy Kopp Interview (World Innovation Forum)

I had the opportunity to interview Wendy Kopp, Founder and CEO of Teach for America at the World Innovation Forum. Wendy is also the CEO and Founder of Teach For All, and the author of “One Day, All Children…”. “Twenty years ago, the prevailing notion was that there was no way to eliminate educational inequality based on socio-economics in the ...

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