When Disruption Works: How Innovation Is Changing Teaching and Learning
Today's students are the most diverse, connected generation in history. To succeed in today's global economy, students need learning experiences that meet their specific needs, engage them deeply, and let them learn at their own pace. This is what teachers around the country are working hard to deliver every day, and there are a number of innovations making that easier. How can students be better prepared for postsecondary success and beyond? What are the technologies impacting and changing education today? What does the future hold?
Festival: Aspen Ideas 2014

Audio/Video: Teachers

Why do some children succeed while others fail? The story we usually tell about childhood and success is the one about... See more
Why are we automatically drawn to stories? Why do we preferentially remember stories better than nonstory information?... See more
The MOOC is perceived as a major disruptive force in teaching, clearly one that the education world is talking about as... See more
The president of the American Federation of Teachers discusses her agenda, which includes reforming tenure, proposing a... See more
Education Secretary Arne Duncan discusses the Race to the Top challenge issued by the White House to states. Has it had... See more
John Hunter talks about the essence of good education. It all starts with the relationships.The full session clip... See more

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