The Intelectual Adventure

PhotonQ-HacKIDeming SOLE

PhotonQ-HacKIDeming SOLE (Photo credit: PhOtOnQuAnTiQuE)

I can’t stress this enough. This is a must see video for everyone. Sugata Mitra  2013 winner of TED prize put a computer in a hole in the wall in the most isolated impoverished places where no one had ever seen one.  He made them available to  children that didn’t know a thing about computers and in a language they didn’t speak the results are amazing. His study confronts traditional education  ” Look at learning as the product of  educational self organization if we allow the  educational process  to self organize then learning emerges … it’s not about making learning happen but letting it happen …The teacher sets the process in motion and then stands in awe  … my wish is that we design the future of learning with … “SOLE” Self Organized Learning Environments (EAAO  Entornos de Aprendizaje Auto Organizados)”…  we need a curriculum of good questions . SOLE works on the premises of stimulus ( in Sugata Mitra’s experiments it is Broadband)  collaboration and encouragement…. my wish is to design a future of learning by supporting children all over the world to tap into their wonder and ability to work together. Help me build this school . It will be called THE SCHOOL IN THE CLOUD ”  Sugata Mitra.

This is an invitation to help!!!

Eye on the Prize

Eye on the Prize (Photo credit: jurvetson)

http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/es/sugata_mitra_build_a_school_in_the_cloud.html

To help visit this project:

http://www.hole-in-the-wall.com/

2 thoughts on “The Intelectual Adventure

  1. Pingback: Sugata Mitra: Build a School in the Cloud | Lawrence McDonell artwork media and music

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