It’s the last day of June. I still have a lot of work left to do, but it’s also getting high time to take a break. Therefore I won’t be posting anything on this blog until August. Have a great July and hope to see you all again. Btw, our new book will be published… Read More See you on the other side of summer!
The podcast version https://media.blubrry.com/homeroom_with_sal_khan/p/content.blubrry.com/homeroom_with_sal_khan/211111_Pedro_De_Bruyckere.mp3 The YouTube version:
It must have been 2012 when I first read Rousseau en ik (Rousseau and me) by Dutch philosopher Maarten Doorman. While it’s impossible to underestimate Jean Jacques Rousseau’s influence on our thinking about education and raising our children, I discovered that he was instead a jack of all trades but master of none. And then… Read More One of education’s fascinating dirty little secrets
For the past 3 years I have been of the CTTL Summer Academy, but sadly this year everything is canceled because of Corona. But wait, why not take everything online? Click here for more info.
This is the slidedeck I used in my keynote for the 24th E-learn conference 2019 in New Orleans, November 7th.
I received some requests already for giving talks in the US, and I really like doing this. Do be able to still teach and do research while giving talks in the US there are two options. Option 1: Yesterday I gave a first talk via Zoom to a group of teachers in the US. It was… Read More Giving talks in the US in February!
Today I gave 2 presentations in Pretoria, South Africa for ResearchED. The first one was about Urban Myths about Learning and Education: And I also did one on my new book The Ingredients for Great Teaching:
Check the book here!