The Myth of Average: Todd Rose at TEDxSonomaCounty

Does Average really help us get to where we want to be or do we have to understand everyone’s strengths and weaknesses to make a fabulous learning environment fit for everyone? The example of the Air Force linking it to education makes it a compelling statement.

Personalized education is possible within mass education

Education is a fundamental right and we are doing our best to remodel our old systems to become better but not suitable for today's. But what if technology is way ahead of us and allows all of us to develop and to
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Innovation Africa 2013 – Panel Discussion – Higher Education in Africa: Chaired by SMART Tech

www.innovation-africa.com/2013 - Innovation Africa 2013, 15-17 October, GICC, Gaborone, Botswana
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Angela Lee Duckworth: The key to success? Grit

Leaving a high-flying job in consulting, Angela Lee Duckworth took a job teaching math to seventh graders in a New York public school. She quickly realized that IQ wasn't the only thing separating the successful students from those who struggled. Here, she explains her theor
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Who will add value in Africa? Who will cure? Who will build?

An interesting article whereby the challenges for the African continent are well set out. Several African countries are focusing on the challenge of STEM education. It is a lot work but will be worth it in the end. Eventually it is education that will upgrade the quality of
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Capacity Building through Higher Education in Nigeria

Nigeria has been focusing on the capacity building in its universities through the Petroleum Techn
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Teachers urged to use technology based methodologies

Ghana is making huge progress sin the area of technology but is also focusing on the STEM education which will lead to the economic development of the country. A course took place in Kumasi where teachers went back to school to learn about pedagogy, how to improve their teac
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Ghana – An investment in STEM education

STEM education is the future of any countries economic development. Ghana is working had on this. Education should be fun. An example of a lesson where teachers and students work hand in hand on a PSI-PMI Curriculum using the SMART technology. Kids are motivated, understand
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Teacher Training – the key to educational improvement [video]

Teacher training is the future for any educational system. In Kumasi all teachers were trained to bring more interactivity and motivation into their classroom as well as to improve the STEM Education. The PSI-PMI Curriculum together with the SMART Techn
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