The role “kreativität” plays in Education.

via Actionhouse Heidelberg by admin on 9/5/10


Do you realize how important “kreativität” is for your life?

You were made to be creative.  (So what happened?)

I’d like to introduce you to some of my favorite Youtube videos, and let them speak for me as to why we do what we do.  You may have seen one or more of them before, but if you really want to understand what lies at the core of Action House Heidelberg, it’s important to realize how archaic our school system is, and how desperately we need to update it, replace it, or augment it with alternatives, or else be prepared to face the consequences for our inaction.  It’s time for Education 2.0.

By the way, if you have any difficulty understanding the British English in the videos below, I recommend watching them here, with English subtitles on (the video avatars are in the upper right corner), or you could read the transcript (for the first video only).


While I’m thinking of it, these videos are obviously quite long; why don’t you go ahead and bookmark this page, or better yet, subscribe to our RSS feed. (And while you’re at it, follow us on Twitter, and become a fan on Facebook.)

We appreciate your comments.

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