Another speech in my favorite style - scientifically based approach to solution.
After watching this, indeed, gettin candid charge into the brain. I'm already kind of awaiting another stressful day to test instructions in real life. And of course, ending with a magnificently justified conclusions, which can not fail to please - by helping others you improves your health and prolongs life! That's right ! Definitely must watch!
Sir Ken Robinson - is the author, international speaker and advisor on development of creative thinking, education and innovation in government and public organizations. Perhaps my favorite performances at TED. Incredibly comically talks about the origins of the educational system and what challenges these same sources, engender (even in the most developed countries). The purpose of Sir Ken Robinson's speech is to explain to people that the original purpose of the educational systems, for which they were created, why they are pulling humanity down and are not suitable for people of the future (which we are).
Watch all three performances, you will not get bored)) I personally revised his first appearance probably 10 times or more. Excellent practice of of English language by the way (subtitles are present in ANY language, but I would recommend to watch in the original).
With humor and charm, mathematician Eduardo Sáenz de Cabezón answers a question that’s wracked the brains of bored students the world over: What is math for? He shows the beauty of math as the backbone of science — and shows that theorems, not diamonds, are forever.