6 years after serving as teen allied bomber command burma, norman macrae met von neumann while sceonded to NY by te economist. Von neumann said will you teach journalists world's ,ost valuable question: what goods will peoples do with 100 times more tech every decade 1030s to 2020s; aftre 40 years at The Economits dad and my book's readers 2025 report voted for edtutech as sustainability's best chnace- so in new york of 2022 whose alumni for edutech good can make younger half of world the sustainability generation not the extinction generation? your nominations are welcome chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

Saturday, October 26, 2019

why arent classrooms designed as happy open spaces to maximise team hub networking capabilities - been asking this transformation question since 1984 www.2025report.net 
there are some brave attempts www.thelearningweb.net spread from new zealand to parts of singapore ... and which once a year the vatican celebrate www.premiosciacca.it

i see some us newsletters today are looking at this but what bothers me is 2 obseravtions about einstein
- he was asking about this generally in 1930s-why are classrooms the oposite of spaces for growing curious brains and teams
moire recently a debate on why isnt einstein's maths included in any usa curriculum of math concluded ther werent enougth teachers who can do new style maths

this is both a knowledge problem and a process problem- so we know art-genius (like all genius according tgo flow research of csik) are achieved through experiential learning not classroom exams - we know sport and all ways youth have of becoming world famous are - it turns out coding is done by practice and startups are hubbed by teams -all the opposite skill path of classroom edu- climate an local resilience are done by practice- health servants are done by practice

while i still believe americs biggest problem is there are fewer and fewer communitiy spaces where its safe for a 10 yera old to do work - compare this with barcleona where a school had adopted a park and everyone does 3 hours of growing a week

virtual reality can now transport minds to amost anywhere - its ssort of like beam me up scotty in star tremk but we donet empower teachers to let their students do that-now in japan they do sometghing far smarter

when the teacher does go into old fashioned lectrire mode- teuir is a competition for which student tales the most readable notes - the next day everuone celebartes learnking fro thise notes- and schools exhange best motes everywhere - in otherv words intgead of the ghastly text books standard in usa tiday we have living notes being shared peer to peer

no wonder teh farb east is growing youth brains on important things like climate and in usa we are all 7 no trumed to near extinction- god bless americas children - as for many of its elders in congress they should be put out to gtrass -both loarties should they compeoletely missthe point6 all their games with rpinting paper money grwos nothehing - youth are your win-win curency if bteh world is a lovcal and global one- otherwise you are just going to big brother the future into something far worse than even orowell could storytell - shame on you trump shame o you pence shame on you everyone in the whiotge house- how sad how miderable can leadeership get



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