Closing Keynote: Sugata Mitra

Sugata Mitra
TED Profile

Beyond the Hole in the Wall, eBook by Sugata Mitra

According to Sugata Mitra, the title of his first few talks was “The Hole in the Wall,” after much attempts at finding a new title, nothing worked! 🙂 Thus this talk has no title.

Sugata Mitra at Blackboard World 2013

“Look at how these kids are learning because I’m not there.” ~Sugata Mitra

The teaching methodology of Sugata Mitra, “I don’t know, and I’m going away.”

The Grandmother Method: “Stand behind them. Every time they do anything say, ‘Wow, that’s fantastic, how did you do that?'”

“Can you kill a goat by staring at it?” ~Sugata Mitra

“I know British Grandmothers, more than anyone else.” ~Sugata Mitra

“The granny cloud” ~Sugata Mitra

“Let’s make some machines that don’t break, okay?” ~Sugata Mitra

Self Organized Learning Environments (SOLE), download a tool kit at Sugata Mitra’s TED Profile.

Schools in the Cloud. http://solesandsomes.wikispaces.com/

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About Meegan
Meegan has over ten years experience working in higher education. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Statistics from Western Michigan University and a Master of Education with an emphasis on Instructional Technology from American InterContinental University Online. She is currently the Instructional Technologist/Designer at Grand Rapids Community College where her main focus is helping faculty to develop and deliver quality online and hybrid courses.

One Response to Closing Keynote: Sugata Mitra

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