Another dot in the blogosphere?

Nope!

Posted on: October 8, 2019

Listening to TED talks will do nothing to develop or sharpen the skills listed in the tweet. Actually trying and practising those skills in authentic contexts might.

Easy answers and taglines are rarely solutions. At best, they are lazy. At worst, they mislead.

TEDxSingapore brain trust (2014).

I say this an a member of the TEDxSingapore brain trust since 2014. As a representative from the education sector, I hope they trust my brain on this.

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