A really lucid, brilliant, amazing TEDx talk on education. Joshua Katz gets a little angry, but you can understand why, listening to him.
“I took the NASA shirts from the “boys” section from where they were prominently displayed, and put them little kid eye level next to tank tops in the “girls” section 20 feet away. And shared a pic of my tiny-scale, subversive, nonviolent, direct action.”
Pretty amazing. Science and maths are awesoooooooooooooooome! Little girls loving science and maths is awesooooooooooooomerrrrrr!
This sounds so awesome! It’s not often I wish I was a schoolkid again, but I’m so envious I’m Kermit!
Schools are invited to enter a new competition from the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851: Catch the Robots Bug! It is a fun and simple competition to generate enthusiasm for robotics, engineering and STEM more widely. Aimed at upper primary and lower secondary schools, little or no equipment is required to enter, or […]
Image – Matt Cooper, public domain.