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In order to embrace diversity, inspire creativity, and work effectively in teams, we have to accept and even encourage what we find as strange in others. Mike Wagner does a great job pushing The Positive Power of Being Strange.
September 06, 2012 in Educational technology, Teaching tools | Permalink
Dr Kirk thanks for posting my TEDx Talk!
This week several emails came in suggesting that the "power of being strange" just might launch a movement celebrating what makes us different to each other.
Hope you're off to a great school year with all those "strange" students!
Mike Wagner |
September 08, 2012 at 09:19 PM
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