Teachers College, Columbia University hosted this intimate book talk with Dr. Dimon at their Gottesman Libraries on March 23rd, 2016. In this 50 minute video, Dr. Dimon reads and discusses a short excerpt from his book and then answers questions from a moderator and from the audience. He tells us the story of how he first became fascinated by the subject of psychophysical education, explains why we face a crisis of ownership and responsibility, and shares his hopes for the classroom of tomorrow.
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