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Why Anna Kirah thinks we should get rid of the blinders in education

May 15, 2013

interview by Helen Keegan

 When two like-minded people meet, an inspiring conversation is the result. This is exactly what happened when Helen Keegan agreed to interview EDEN 2013 keynote speaker Anna Kirah. Helen took the initiative and started a virtual conversation with Anna, sending her only one question at a time. This way Anna had the time and space to explore her ideas and create the story-teller texture feel of the interview. Thanks to the wonderfully open... Read full post

Anna Kirah live interview recording

Alastair Creelman @alacre interviewed Anna Kirah @annakirah in a live webinar on 16 May prior to her keynote speech at The Joy of Learning. See the recording at


Education and Ecstasy instead of Education and Agony

April 30, 2013

interview with Dr. Bernard Luskin by Eva Suba

   Learning psychologist Bernard Luskin has a series of prizes and an entire carreer in academic institutions. Dr Luskin is considered as one of the pioneers of open, distance and e-learning in the academic world of USA. He revelead earlier, that he will explore psychology of learning & social media in his EDEN... Read full post


Living in the age where "knowing" may be obsolete

March 12, 2013 

interview with Sugata Mitra by Steve Wheeler

The media and education worlds have been buzzing over the last few days about the work of a quiet, unassuming Indian born professor. Born in Calcutta in 1952, Sugata Mitra started his academic career in computational and molecular science. His later research also encompassed biological science and energy storage systems. Mitra has also researched diversely into areas such as medicine (Alzheimer’s disease and memory research) and psychology... Read full post

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