ted talk

Feed your Spirit w/ Sir Ken Robinson: Bring on the learning revolution!

The first TED talk by Sir Ken Robinson was among the first TED Talks I had ever seen and made a profound impact on my life.  Til this day it’s still one of my favorite talks that I quote parts of to just about every person I meet!  The talk above is the follow up to that first talk 4years ago and it’s just an absolutely brilliant 20minutes.  I’ve watched it twice and feel I have quite a few more viewings in me to digest all the magnificent words of wisdom.

Watch the first talk >>here<<

May we all share to help Enlighten, Entertain and Educate!

Sugata Mitra's New Experiments in Self Teach

I LOVE TED!   If children have interest education happens.

We live in an amazing world and we can all change the world for the better!

The SOLE of teaching  - Self Organized Learning Environments

My favorite part, ‘The Grandmother Method’ Stand behind them and admire them all the time.
… That’s cool! That’s fantastic! What is that?! Can you do that again?! Can you show me some more?

Feed your soul and be part of the Granny Cloud visit Hole In The Wall and email them for more information.

Jill Bolte Taylor - Stroke of Insight

It is a remarkable thing when science discovers the energy ofhumans.  Be mindful of the energy you put out into the world whether words are spoken or not, your energy will make the same impression.

One morning, a blood vessel in Jill Bolte Taylor's brain exploded. As a brain scientist, she realized she had a ringside seat to her own stroke. She watched as her brain functions shut down one by one: motion, speech, memory, self-awareness ...

Amazed to find herself alive, Taylor spent eight years recovering her ability to think, walk and talk. She has become a spokesperson for stroke recovery and for the possibility of coming back from brain injury stronger than before. In her case, although the stroke damaged the left side of her brain, her recovery unleashed a torrent of creative energy from her right. From her home base in Indiana, she now travels the country on behalf of the Harvard Brain Bank as the "Singin' Scientist."