One inspiring talk by the 13-year-old wonder-girl Adora Svitak. She’s written three books and taught in more than 400 classrooms across the world. And what she so aptly compels us to do in this talk is think as a two-direction proposition. “Students should be able to teach teachers,” she says. “Learning should be reciprocal.” And she goes on to show us all the different ways in which grownups have learned from kids.
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