Episode 21 | Da Vinci Life-Skills

Farhaan Mir is the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of 11Onze, but he is also involved in educational projects focused on creating a more sustainable, fair and equitable world. One of these projects is Da Vinci Life-Skills, and in this podcast he explains why and how the current education system needs to change.

00:48 What is Da Vinci Life-Skills?

02:15 Chronological origin

06:10 The importance of the arts

10:27 A new educational model

12:45 Biophilic education

15:02 Status of the project

17:42 Expansion in Catalonia

  1. Pere Maria EstremPere Maria Estrem says:
    Pere Maria

    Vaig aprendre més biologia, geografia, història, filosofia…al esplai que a l’escola. S’ha de canviar radicalment el sistema educatiu.

    • Mireia Cano says:

      És cert, l’educació i l’aprenentatge no ha de tenir barreres. Encara podem millorar molt més!

      2 years ago
  2. Jordi MorenoJordi Moreno says:

    Very good! 👏👏👏👏 But I have missed the subtitles in English as well as the subtitles in Catalan when the interviewe speaks In Catalan or english.There should be an option in the video that would allow to choose subtitles on the interviewee’s speech or in Catalan. So that public could feel more identified and empathic and feels understood🗣🦻📲👀

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