00:00    |    
Initial credits
00:06    |    
Juan Batiz-Benet
Knowledge distribution
Educational technology
Structure and method of knowledge
Open-source education
Automated process and motivation
Future technology
10:10    |    
Katriona Guthrie-Honea
BioBricks
Innovation and empowerment
13:54    |    
David Dalrymple
Science Engeenering Department
16:11    |    
Riley Drake
Academic communication 
18:08    |    
Daniel Himmelstein
Pedagogical communication 
Education and research 
20:01    |    
Katriona Guthrie-Honea
Backwards learning 
21:53    |    
David Dalrymple
Synchronization 
22:29    |    
Question and answer period
Do you think you are extraordinary people because of your intelligence or the education system?
What is the best way to teach and learn?
What do you mean by "learning to trust your students"?
What is your motivation and tracking to keep learning? 
What would be your recommendation to incentive self-motivation for students?
What happens when an individual is not interested in learning?
How do we boost motivation?
01:00:56    |    
Final credits



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Disruptive Education

02 de octubre de 2013   | Vistas: 4 |  

Juan Batiz-Benet, Katriona Guthrie-Honea, David Dalrymple, Riley Drake and Daniel Himmelstein share their experiences and methods as self-learning students. They start narrating their opinions and perspectives of education and technology, and how different sciences can empower individuals in society. During the conversation David Dalrymple recognizes the work and innovation of Universidad Francisco Marroquín with its program Akademia, and recommends the creation of a science engeenering department for developing research skills at UFM. After the questions and answers period, Himmelstein and Guthrie-Honea separately propose two ways of making information and knowledge interesting through research and backwards learning respectively. They also expose examples of techniques that are being used in some universities in order to develop future learning.




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