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See the potential in every child.
Transcript of See the potential in every child.
The Riverside School has developed, implemented and shares a unique curriculum.
Sethi is re-imagining schools. In 2001 she founded a school in India called the Riverside School.
Kiran Bir Sethi is one such educator who is re-thinking how to educate children and how they learn.
Sethi teaches children what she believes is life's most valuable lesson and wants to infect all children with it.... the "I CAN " bug.
Sethi has developed a theory of learning based on her belief learning needs to be embedded in a child's real world context.
"see the potential in every child"
'THINKING IS CHANGING'
"WHEN EDUCATING THE MINDS OF OUR YOUTH, WE SHOULD NOT FORGET TO EDUCATE THEIR HEARTS"
SEE THE CHANGE
Sethi believes that when the boundaries between school and life are burred children go through a
ACROSS THE GLOBE TEACHERS AND STUDENTS ARE CONSIDERING NEW WAYS OF TEACHING TO SUIT DIFFERENT STYLES OF LEARNING.
THEORY OF LEARNING
"I CAN DO IT"
WHEN CHILDREN ARE EMPOWERED BY THIS PROCESS THEY BECOME MORE COMPETENT AND SAY
"I CAN DO IT"
SETHI BELIEVES IF YOU NURTURE AND ENCOURAGE THIS PROCESS, BELIEVE AND CHALLENGE CHILDREN'S IDEAS
AND SAY "YOU CAN", THEN "THEY WILL"
say "you can" and "they will"
Sethi, K. (2009, November). Kids, take charge. TEDIndia 2009, 9(32). Retrieved from http://www.ted.com/talks/kiran_bir_sethi_teaches_kids_to_take_charge
Kiran sethi has looked at what is existing and has asked if it
can be done in a better way?
She believes if we give children the
"i can" bug
they will infect others.
The Riverside School, Gujarat, India (2014). Retrieved from http://www.schoolriverside.com/