Hip-Hop & Shakespeare? Akala at TEDxAldeburgh

Hip-Hop & Shakespeare? Akala at TEDxAldeburgh

Translator: Judith Matz Reviewer: Sebastian Betti Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. If I could request the resetting of the clock, it’s on at four minutes at the moment, I presume from the one before… Fantastic! Okay! So, my name is Akala, I’m from the Hip Hop Shakespeare Company. And before we get into the philosophy […]

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WW2 – OverSimplified (Part 1)

WW2 – OverSimplified (Part 1)

This video was made possible by Skillshare. Churchill was a man with many talents. He was an artist, a butterfly enthusiast, and he had an unpublished manuscript about aliens. Clearly he was a man with an insatiable thirst for knowledge. Maybe he could have loaded up his computer, and logged on to Skillshare. An online […]

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Do Schools Kill Creativity? – Sir Ken Robinson with Sadhguru At Los Angeles

Do Schools Kill Creativity? – Sir Ken Robinson with Sadhguru At Los Angeles

We are creatures that grow from small beginnings and what we grow into depends on several factors one it’s the conditions that surround us and one is the extent to which we engage with the life within us for the past probably 20 years more education has become a strategic issue around the world you […]

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Mindfulness in Schools: Richard Burnett at TEDxWhitechapel

Mindfulness in Schools: Richard Burnett at TEDxWhitechapel

Translator: Tanya Cushman Reviewer: Peter van de Ven The Mindfulness in Schools Project was created when some teaching colleagues and I shared an ambition to bring together two things that were really close to our hearts. One was mindfulness practice, which we’d be doing for many years, and the other was the art of classroom […]

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Why people believe they can’t draw – and how to prove they can | Graham Shaw | TEDxHull

Why people believe they can’t draw – and how to prove they can | Graham Shaw | TEDxHull

Translator: Tijana Mihajlović Reviewer: Mile Živković Hi. I’ve got a question for you: how many people here would say they can draw? (Laughter) I think we’ve got about one or two percent of the hands going up, and it’s interesting, isn’t it? It’s a little bit like people think of spelling or singing. They think,”You […]

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The Industrial Revolution (18-19th Century)

The Industrial Revolution (18-19th Century)

Industrial Revolution 18th – 19th Century The economic developments of the 1800s saw the development of agrarian and handicraft economies in Europe and America transform into industrial, urbanized ones. The term to describe this phenomenon would be known as the “Industrial Revolution,” and was first used by French writers, but made popular by English economic […]

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