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Day 9: Use data to build better schools

PISA is an international study that was launched by the OECD in 1997. It aims to evaluate education systems worldwide every three years by assessing 15-year-olds’ competencies in the key subjects: reading, mathematics and science. To date over 70 countries and economies have participated in PISA. From the data available in the PISA Test, Andreas Schleicher shares […]

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Day 8: A TED speaker’s worst nightmare

Today’s video starts off as something about solar-powered crowdsourced health care solution. But watch further and it turns into an ImprovEverywhere stunt. Funny and unexpected.

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Day 7: 4 lessons in creativity

Creativity is funny thing. How do you get from zero to brilliant idea within a split-second? Some people think that creativity is a long tedious process. In today’s TED Talk, Julie Burstein talks about how people still embrace the creative process and produce something when challenged by self-doubt and loss.

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Day 6: Why we do what we do

The idea that there are basic 6 human needs that drive us is an interesting concept. According to Tony Robbins, our needs are as follows: Certainty. We all want comfort. And much of this comfort comes from certainty. Uncertainty. At the same time we want certainty, we also crave variety. Paradoxically, there needs to be enough UNcertainty […]

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Day 5: Unveiling game-changing wearable tech

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