John Abbott discusses the need for education to address the pressing issue of sustainability.
John Abbott describes some aspects (including class size) of what schools might look like, if we had a system of education that reflected what we now know about how humans learn and develop.
John Abbott explores the idea that the stage of adolescence may be one of the core driving forces of human evolution.
John Abbott asks what kind of people our education system is aiming to produce.
John Abbott explores the difference between an education that supports students or one that tries to make them fit the system.
John Abbott speaks about the fact that children are innately inquisitive and insists that schools need to capitalize on this fact.
John Abbott speaks about how schools, communities and families must work together to educate children.
John Abbott speaks about the need for human interaction and the concept of social capital.