x = independently organized TED event

Theme: Global Education

This event occurred on
February 2, 2013
3:00pm - 5:00pm UTC
(UTC +0hrs)
United Kingdom

TEDxWarwick is pleased to announce its third Salon event of the year, TEDxWarwickED. lt will be held from 3-5pm on Saturday 2nd February, in theatre M1 (WBS Teaching Centre, University of Warwick). Entry is free, so you are very welcome to bring along your friends and families.

With over 793 million illiterate adults in the world, two-thirds of whom are women, TEDxWarwickED addresses the importance of education in the world we live in today. We embrace the accomplishments of institutions and professors alike who have devoted their lives and resources to the cause of education; whilst learning about new and more effective ways of educating people around the world. We will share with you recent innovations through the use of technology, art and music but most importantly we invite you to share your views on inspired learning and education worldwide for those who are unable to avail it or those who fail to value it.

Places are limited due to the size of the venue, so make sure you arrive on time! Registration will be opened in the coming weeks as the event nears.

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M1, Radcliffe Building
WBS Teaching Centre
United Kingdom
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Speakers may not be confirmed. Check event website for more information.

Dieter Wolke

A Professor of Developmental Psychology and Individual Differences at the University of Warwick, much of his research is interdisciplinary and longitudinal with a particular focus on development pathways leading to psychopathology, social and emotional development (especially school and sibling bullying), infant regulatory problems and parenting.

Louise Lochee-Bayne

She is a project manager at one of Warwick's most important educational initiatives, the International Gateway for Gifted Youth (IGGY), a social network designed to help gifted young people realise their full potential. IGGY aims to encourage independent learning and critical thinking as well as getting students to work collaboratively and take advantage of social media and other digital tools to advance their education.

Ben Betts

With a decade of experience designing and developing online learning projects. He specialises in social and game-based learning principles, with a focus on engaging students in online collaborative learning. Ben is the creator of the Curatr collaborative learning platform, which is used globally by companies, universities and schools to engage learners in rich, active and social eLearning.

Jonathan Buchanan

At 24 that Jonathan was diagnosed with Dyslexia, and his apparent inability to focus was dismissed as laziness. With the help of a few caring teachers, he realised what he was good at and proved to everyone around him that he could succeed at school. Jonathan claims his own Dyslexia is actually a gift and sees those with the condition as perfectly suited to tomorrow’s world.

Daniel Scully

Daniel is a Particle Physicist at the University of Warwick studying the smallest most fundamental building blocks of our universe. His work focuses on neutrinos, which could hold the answers to some of the biggest questions in particle physics. This includes working on the T2K experiment, based in Japan, which fires a beam of neutrinos 300km through the Earth to investigate their behaviour.

Organizing team


London, United Kingdom
  • Alex Clark
  • Tim Dobermann
  • David Alfrey