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Published on Oct 12, 2010
Young people & teachers debate how to make education engaging and relevant. Students from around the world were interviewed in their classrooms, and asked: "How would you like to be taught?" Over the last three days, the conference has looked at systemic reform -- this debate will hear how students believe they would learn best.
The on-stage speakers discuss the answers provided -- and how they differ internationally, if they do differ, and the moderator poses the same questions to the students from Bahrain on stage.
• Tony Wagner, Co-Director, Change Leadership Group, Harvard Graduate School of Education, USA (moderator) • Dr Taddy Blecher, Founder, CIDA, South Africa • Dr Kathleen Hagstrom, Principal, Walt Disney Magnet School, USA • Students from Bahrain • Videos from classrooms around the world