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“Education is now the number one economic priority in today’s economy.” -John Naisbitt, MegaTrends
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Mondeto

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Mondeto equips primary school teachers to provide a first foreign language, Esperanto, to fluency in order to gain broad intercultural perspective and confidence and skills to succeed in other language learning.
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TIME, what makes us tick

TIME, what makes us tick | Education Innovation | Scoop.it
TIME what makes us tick? is it our inner clock, or are we part of a gigantic clockwork regulating our daily moves? Observed on a human scale, the very basic rhythm of every day is sunset and sunrise, we go in to bed and out of bed. A rhythm, so elementary and universal and at the same time so intimate. This is an impression of Sync' by Max Hattler and 'Bedrooms' bij Nelleke Koop with music by Dennis van Tilburg. These were part of the 'Time, what makes us tick?' installation in the Open Mind series of Pavlov E-Lab, presented on the Noorderzon Performing Arts festival 2010. In this edition Max and Nelleke collaborated with chronobiologist Martha Merrow and physicist Eric Bergshoeff in their mutual exploration of the theme of Time.
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Art Education and the Innovation Economy - Huffington Post (blog)

Art Education and the Innovation Economy - Huffington Post (blog) | Education Innovation | Scoop.it
Art Education and the Innovation EconomyHuffington Post (blog)The effort to create Innovative products and services as ...
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Tracy Mehoke (梅恬溪)'s curator insight, July 22, 2013 6:01 AM

Finally!  Some well-deserved support for the arts from an economics standpoint!  Meaningful discussion of what it means that while Shanghai is #1 on PISA tests and the US is far behind, the US is still a global leader in innovation.  Maybe we should reconsider what test scores mean and what we really want to test...

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Jonah Lehrer on Distractions, ADHD and Creativity | Head Case - WSJ.com

Jonah Lehrer on Distractions, ADHD and Creativity | Head Case - WSJ.com | Education Innovation | Scoop.it
A look at mental focus—and when it's not the ultimate goal. (RT @KCCareerCoach: Gr8 for cubicle! RT @WSJ Studies find daydreaming & casually surfing Web linked to higher creativity & productivity http://on.wsj.com/gtD0Kz)
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Entrepreneurial Learning 2.0 Navigating the Coming Disruption in How We Learn To Innovate

Google Tech TalkDecember 15, 2010ABSTRACTPresented by Dr. Alex Bruton.Imagine graduating from college or university today. Sure, youd have free access to use...
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Exploring Eduventurism

"We need to debunk the myth that a college degree leads to success. The pinnacle of education should revolve around learning and gaining knowledge."
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No Right Brain Left Behind » Kings & Queens of Creativity

No Right Brain Left Behind » Kings & Queens of Creativity | Education Innovation | Scoop.it
No Right Brain Left Behind is a 5 day long challenge, calling on the creative industries to concept ideas that can help the creativity crisis happening in US schools today. An expert panel will pick 3 winning ideas that are to be featured by our media partners. (RT @NRBLB: CONGRATS Team @hyperisland! Shortlisted and moving onto the final round! http://bit.ly/h9WxWa #NRBLB)
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A New Culture of Learning: Cultivating the Imagination for a World of Constant Change | Brain Pickings

A New Culture of Learning: Cultivating the Imagination for a World of Constant Change | Brain Pickings | Education Innovation | Scoop.it
Interestingness, curated – picking culture's collective brain for innovation, inspiration & brilliant ideas
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Tracy Mehoke (梅恬溪)'s curator insight, July 22, 2013 5:53 AM

What is the purpose of education?  If the purpose is to adapt the individual to navigate well through a rapidly changing world, then we might have to rethink a few things.