Our Student Coordinator, Josh, just returned from giving a TED Talk at the TEDxFSU conference at Florida State University. In his talk he spoke about why big questions matter in education, and how his own explorations into big questions allowed him to develop confidence to pursue the things that matter most to him. He told the room of over 350 people about our “QUESTion Project” and the impact he has seen our work have on young people. His talk communicated the importance of big questions in an educational environment, and how he has witnessed an exploration into these questions transform a classroom. The talk will be available on YouTube within the next couple of weeks, and we will be sure to post the link on Facebook as soon as it becomes public.
"One expression of freedom together, is to be prepared to take responsibility for the culture of the future. So many things that we see as fate is because we don’t dare to take responsibility. The QUESTion Project is taking a promising step towards impacting the culture of education.”
- Dr. Joe Duffey, Former Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities
Finding SelflessnessJuly 12th, 2016
Graduate Students Get a Taste of The QUESTion Project at a Daylong SummitNovember 21st, 2014
Pushed Forward by the PastOctober 14th, 2016
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