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“[I]f we continue to look at education as if it’s about coming to school to get the information, and not about experiential learning, empowering student voice, and embracing failure, we’re missing the mark. And everything that everybody is talking about today [at a November 2010 TEDxMidAtlantic Conference] isn’t possible if we keep having an educational system that does not value these qualities, because we won’t get there with a standardised test and we won’t get there with a culture of one right answer. We know how to do this better, and it’s time to do better.”
— Diana Laufenberg, Diana Laufenberg: How to learn? From mistakes, TED: Ideas worth spreading
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