Individualization, failure and fun | Cordell Steiner | TEDxUniversityofStThomas
Published at : 12 Dec 2020
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Cordell Steiner, a thoughtful elementary student, brings forward a new way to think about teaching students based on his experience. Through his eyes we can see how a unique classroom based on technology and games will promote learning in all students.
When not pursuing academic achievement at school or enlightenment at church 5th grader Cordell Steiner enjoys spending his time with Legos, golf, basketball, and Boy Scouts. Cordell found value in a classroom that is centered around the individual student through gaming. He looks forward to spreading this concept to other classrooms and schools by telling his personal account of Mr. Ananth Pai third grade classroom and extolling its benefits.
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