Learning Paradigms Video

This incredible video was sent to me by Ray Keefe of Successful Endeavours in Melbourne, Australia. What amazes me about it is how so much information can be captured in such a short period of time in such a compelling and dynamic way – its’ absolutely mesmerising don’t you think? It’s why my MindMapping course is so popular with students who want to cram for exams at the last minute.

3 Responses to “Learning Paradigms Video”


  • Mesmerising is actually the better term to describe this !
    Wow! This is just amazing. Everything he told is so true, we have to change many things in the way we learn, our education, and so on !

    As a child, we have a GREAT Potential, and this potential is just wasted once we get educated, and that’s too bad while we can do so much great things with that.

    Well, anyways, two thumbs up for this cool video!

    Edgard

  • This is an excellent example of how to convey complex information so it is easy to understand. Complexity and the sheer breadth of information to undertake Electronics Design and Embedded Software Development can be staggering as every client we have does something slightly different.

    For one client we are developing a motor control circuit, the next one needs GSM, GPRS or CDMA communications, the next needs proximity sensing, the next needs active RFID, the next needs a solar tracking system to improve outputs from the solar panels, the next needs ultra low power water management running from batteries.

    So we have to be able to quickly get up to speed on new technologies and the details for how to implement them. If only some of our suppliers could be as clear as this video is.

    Ray Keefe
    Successful Endeavours Pty Ltd
    Casey Business of the Year 2010
    MSE Business of the Year Finalist 2011
    Award Winning Electronics Design and Embedded Software Development

  • Hi Marc,

    I have seen Ken Robinson’s video on ted.com. It is, indeed, mesmerising.

    What he says about education is so true.

    Thanks.
    Regards,
    Liam

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