The key to providing access to and engaging people in fun and fulfilling education is to create shared communities that reward participation.

Over the past few months, PSFK has taken note of a growing discussion about new ways of thinking surrounding education and teaching. At the recent PSFK CONFERENCE SAN FRANCISCO 2011, several of our speakers engaged with various aspects of this theme.

Instead of the traditional teacher-student unidirectional information flow, Chris Riley, Gerald Richards and Ariel Waldman identified innovative methods to engage people and transmit knowledge that are fundamentally based on participation and open-access.

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