Schools without classrooms | George Greenbury | TEDxFulbrightGlasgow
June 20, 202120 Comments
Cavemen didn’t teach their children how to hunt mammoths in a classroom, so why are classrooms necessary to education today? George Greenbury explores the future of education and ways we can use online education to address global educational inequalities. Adapting online education to be more engaging and social ensures a future where online learning can provide high quality education for all. George Greenbury is a Fulbright Scholar, Teach First Ambassador, and Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. George holds an MA in Theology and Religious Studies from the University of Cambridge, an EdM in School Leadership from Harvard University, and a PGCE and MA in Educational Leadership from the University of Warwick. George is currently Head of Religious Studies at Epsom College; before this he was Principal Intern at Community Charter School of Cambridge, and Head of Faculty at Grace Academy Darlaston.
George’s interests in education are in teaching and learning, and how schools can use online education to improve learning. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx