We have problems. Big problems.
Our world is warming up at an alarming rate. Child poverty is still a reality in spite of “promises” to end it.
Who will solve these problems?
What are we doing every day to move toward solutions?
Commander Hadfield asked this question recently as host of the CBC Radio program “The Current”.
Listen to the short clip here:
“It takes individual action…
What can I do to understand this better, and then based on that understanding, what can action can I take to then help improve things for myself, for Canadians and beyond our borders.”
Commander Hadfield wonders what we are doing wrong in teaching science to our children. Why does their curiosity disappear as they move through the school system?
This short clip might shed some light on the issues.
We can ask the very same questions about math.
This short clip addresses part of the problem, but the full video below is well worth your time.
How will you help our students to make their own mess?
How are you making your own mess?
What strategies take us away from the path to a society of mimics, and down the road to a society of masters, poised to solve our big problems?