An Education Revolution?
Sarah Montague presents the final programme in the series looking at how technology is transforming education. Sarah and guests debate whether the UK should follow America's lead.
Sarah Montague presents the final programme in the series looking at the phenomenal changes to education being brought about by technology.
In the previous two programmes, Sarah has been reporting from the U.S. This week we bring the discussion firmly back to the UK with a debate recorded in front of an audience at King's College, London.
Sarah is joined by the film-maker turned educationalist Lord Puttnam; the chief education adviser at Pearson, Sir Michael Barber; the neuroscientist, Dr Paul Howard-Jones; the writer, Jay Griffiths; and "the nation's ten best teachers".
They debate what the classroom of the future should look like and ask whether Britain's schools and universities should follow in America's footsteps.
Producer: Adele Armstrong.
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