• 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:06    |    
    Introduction by Luis Figueroa
  • 00:20    |    
    How has education evolved?
  • 00:58    |    
    During your classes, do your students check facts instead of social networks?
  • 01:21    |    
    Do you think that teachers and students need new skills in this modern environment?
  • 02:05    |    
    How do you know when you connect with students?
  • 02:35    |    
    In the context of change, what does being interactive in class mean?
  • 03:23    |    
    Have you ever had a class experience that made an impression on you?
  • 04:10    |    
    What do students expect from you?
  • 05:11    |    
    How many countries have you lectured in?
  • 05:23    |    
    Do you find that cultural differences matter?
  • 06:27    |    
    How does teaching under stressing circumstances affect the environment?
  • 07:49    |    
    What is a young leader?
  • 08:41    |    
    Is education different for leaders than it is for non-leaders?
  • 09:26    |    
    If a student asks how to improve the learning skills, what would you recommend?
  • 10:34    |    
    Final words
  • 10:40    |    
    Final credits

Education for Global Leaders

New Media  | 08 de marzo de 2012  | Vistas: 19

Sam Potolicchio address the influence that constant evolution in technology has made over the current way of learning and teaching around the world. He elaborates on how the role of a teacher has changed during the past years, having to implement different approaches in order to convey the diverse subjects properly. Potolicchio mentions that modesty, curiosity, and imagination are features that a young leader must have in order to provide solutions that had not been previously conceived. Finally, he stresses the importance of students' involvement in different academic topics, in order to analyze diligently situations within varied contexts.


Sam Potolicchio is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Georgetown University where…