Leading educational thinkers set out their vision for the future of our schools in a series of lectures. Subjects include teaching how to learn rather than just imparting knowledge, why we have to make broad changes and the role of creativity in learning.

There are 6 videos in this series.

15 mins Tony Buzan
Tony Buzan, bestselling author on improving memory and brain power, argues that schools should change the way they teach children in order to increase creativity.
15 mins Chris Woodhead
A focus on Chris Woodhead, formerly Her Majesty's chief inspector of schools, and his views on the future of schools in the UK.
15 mins Sir Ken Robinson
A focus on Sir Ken Robinson, former professor of education at Warwick University.
15 mins Baroness Greenfield
In this programme, distinguished scientist Baroness Susan Greenfield explores the influence of junk culture on children's behaviour.
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15 mins Benjamin Zander
In this programme, Benjamin Zander, conductor of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, extols the virtues of positive thinking.
15 mins Paul Kearney
Paul Kearney, one of the pioneers of Enterprise Education, speaks to a group of teachers about how enterprising education can transform teaching and learning.
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