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Learning {Re}imagined – Graham Brown Martin at TEDx

Graham’s talk on the Education Revolution at TEDx Amsterdam…

Graham is a huge believer in the fact that education will only change by getting more people involved. In this engaging and witty talk packed with images and quotes, Graham discusses his research in Learning {Re}imagined, and some of his key conclusions around transformation and learning that include context, environment, engagement, technology and the future.

Graham Brown-Martin is the founder of Learning Without Frontiers (LWF), a global thinktank that brought together renowned educators, technologists and creatives to share provocative and challenging ideas about the future of learning. He left LWF in 2013 to pursue new programs and ideas to transform the way we learn, teach and live. Graham spent two years researching, travelling, writing and editing video to create the transmedia work, Learning {Re}imagined published by Bloomsbury Academic, 2014.

This talk was given at a TEDx event, using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.

About educationalist04

I'm convinced we can, as a species, do much better than this if we set our minds to being much more positive and productive towards our fellow humans. The solution is learning - creating independent and autonomous learners who can problem solve, innovate and create a better more equitable and sustainable world. My books, Future Proof Your School and Re-Examining Success together with this blog, explore how better learning outcomes for all can be achieved.

2 comments on “Learning {Re}imagined – Graham Brown Martin at TEDx

  1. Paul Champion
    April 29, 2015
    • educationalist04
      April 30, 2015

      Hi Paul,
      Glad of your support for the Learning Renaissance.
      Kind regards,

      David

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