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Sue Mylde | The Forgotten Power of Hands-On Learning

From TEDxYYC 2018

Sue Mylde | The Forgotten Power of Hands-On Learning

Sue Mylde is an educator with a multi-dimensional background in communications, education and research. She uses her talents and experience to engage children in classroom settings, and audiences of all ages through her presentations at TELUS Spark Science Centre and on GlobalTV. She believes that hands-on participation and learning fosters student engagement and deepens their abilities. She works to help others understand the need for children’s hands to be active in order to help them grow literate lives.

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