Eulalia / Torras

Eulalia Torras Virgili, PhD Professor and Main Researcher at OBServatory

There are fifty-four people in Eulalia’s collective.

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  1. Ken Robinson says schools kill creativity

    Sir Ken Robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity.

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  2. Sir Ken Robinson

    Sir Ken Robinson is best known for his TED Talk on Creativity. Get Behind the Brand and learn how to find your own creativity and passion!


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    Sir Ken Robinson is one of the brightest minds in the world. He is an advocate for education reform and the arts. Creativity is not just for actors, artists and dancers. Engineers, computer scientists and even farmers can have creative genius.

    The definition of creativity is: the process of having original ideas that have value. When we’re passionate about what we do and we’re also good at it, it usually has value to us and others. Sir Ken talks about how to get into our element, in other words, the place where we can be our very best.


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  3. Sir Ken Robinson Speaks at the RSA

    Sir Ken talking about education, creativity, and finding your passion.

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  4. TED Radio Hour: Sir Ken Robinson: How Do Schools Suffocate Creativity? : NPR

    Sir Ken Robinson makes the case for a radical shift from standardized schools to personalized learning — creating conditions where kids’ natural talents can flourish. He champions a radical rethink of our school systems to cultivate creativity.

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  5. Ken Robinson: Rethinking Educational Paradigms

    Celebrated education expert Ken Robinson argues that most "modern" approaches to learning are actually relics of an outdated, industrial-age system. This program was recorded in collaboration with the 2010 Aspen Ideas Festival, on July 8, 2010.

    Sir Ken Robinson is an expert in creativity, innovation, and human resources. He works with governments in Europe, Asia, and the United States, and with international agencies, Fortune 500 companies, and cultural organizations. Robinson led a national commission on creativity, education, and the economy for the UK government and was central in forming a creative- and economic-development strategy as part of the Northern Ireland peace process. Formerly, he was professor of education at the University of Warwick.

    He has received several honorary degrees, the Athena Award from the Rhode Island School of Design, the Peabody Medal, and the Benjamin Franklin Medal from the Royal Society of Arts. He received a knighthood for his services to the arts. His latest book is The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything (Viking, 2009).

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  6. Teens Want More Education On The Electoral Process : NPR

    High school students watching the election wonder if their schools have prepared them to be good citizens, and whether they’re ready for the responsibility of voting.

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  7. Bilingual education in the South: It is happening, even here | Public Radio International

    The number of Latinos in US schools is rising faster than any other group. And their share of the school population is rising fastest in the South.

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  8. STEM To Steam: How Coffee Is Perking Up Engineering Education : The Salt : NPR

    Coffee can teach us many things, including engineering. At the University of California, Davis, it’s now the focus of the most popular elective class on campus and of an ambitious new research center.

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  9. U Conn Medical’s M Delta Curriculum: Change in Medical Education

    Important advice for med school applicants plus the inside scoop about M Delta, University of Connecticut’s highly innovative approach to medical education.

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  10. Redesigning Computer Science 101 Education with Omoju Miller | THE HANSELMINUTES PODCAST

    PhD Candidate Omoju Miller is a Computer Scientist who is working to unlock the joys of Natural Language Processing as applied to rap lyrics. She is finishing her PhD in Computer Science Education and has big ideas about where the field should go. How should we change Computer Science 101 for the next generation of developers?


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