This keynote lecture by Laura Mandell discusses the different forms attention can take. The lecture was taken from the first ever Texas Institute for Literary and Textual Studies symposium, and features an introduction from Lisa L. Moore. Watch the keynote below, or see our post on UniversityWebinars.org.
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Harvard Talk: Reimagining Education with the Khan Academy Founder
Join Sal Khan – founder of the innovative Khan Academy – in this discussion on how online learning is transforming modern education. This talk is taken from his appearance at the Askwith Forum on May 8th. Watch below, or check out our post on UniversityWebinars.org.
Norman Atkins on Reforming Education Reform
In this Harvard lecture, Norman Atkins shares his advice for the next generation of education reformers as they seek to remake schools, teaching as a profession, technology education, and more. Watch the video below, or see our post on UniversityWebinars.org.
Dropout Nation: America’s Public Education Reform
Today, on Wisconsin Public Radio, I heard the term “Dropout Nation” for the first time. After checking out the Nation Center for Statistics, it’s clear to see that even though dropout rates have lowered in the last 10 years, we’re still leaving 7-12% of those aged 16-24 without a high school degree or equivalent. Interestingly, […]