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    Initial credits
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  • 00:09    |    
    Teaching without teachers
  • 08:51    |    
    The coachman and the educator
  • 14:18    |    
    The Antigua Forum experience
  • 18:53    |    
    How do you keep learning?
  • 20:05    |    
    Evaluating success in education
  • 25:25    |    
    Final credits

The Future of Education

  | 19 de enero de 2015  | Vistas: 40

Antigua Forum

Sugata Mitra explains how he and his colleagues installed an internet connected PC in an urban slum in New Delhi to find out the process of learning without a teacher to instruct the kids. He describes how the project, Hole in the Wall, demonstrates that curiosity leads to learning through self-instruction. He also talks about Build a School in the Cloud, where he explains that children would find their own way in the absence of an adult to learn how to do something and how to use it.

This video has been made possible thanks to support from the John Templeton Foundation, Global Philanthropic Trust, and the Earhart Foundation.

This interview was recorded as part of The Antigua Forum 2015 gathering.

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Sugata is professor of Educational Technology at the School of Education,…


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