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Published on Dec 8, 2014
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. 14-year-old Hannah Hudson is New Zealand's Future Problem Solving champion, and she has a message for all of us: we need to teach kids a systematic approach to problem solving.
A year 10 student at St Andrew’s College in Christchurch, Hannah Hudson has already found her passion: Future Problem Solving, an international educational program in which she has been involved for the past 4 years. Hannah has competed at the nationals twice, placing 4th in 2011 and winning the championship in 2013; she went on to represent New Zealand at the International Future Problem Solving conference in Iowa earlier this year.
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