Updated: Apr 4
"There's no better place on the planet than Birmingham to use education and technology to make an impact." Tim Cook at Ed Farm kick-off in Birmingham, Alabama.
Today I had the pleasure of participating in Ed Farm's kick-off in Birmingham, Alabama. Going into the event, I knew a little about Ed Farm and it's initiative. I had no idea, CEO of Apple, Tim Cook would be attending, speaking, participating, and doodling along with the rest of us.
Ed Farm is on a mission to equip educators in schools and communities with innovative tools and strategies that support active learning for all students and they intend to do this by working to create a more inventive world where people have everything they need to create the jobs of the future.
What if, greatest source of success for Ed Farm won't come solely from the support Tim Cook is putting behind this hometown initiative through Apple Inc., but his commitment to "bring creativity skills and technology together so we can improve education and the world."
Here's to a more curious world through creativity, technology, and commitments from global leaders and corporations.
Big thank you to the students and educators of Birmingham, Tim Cook, and Ed Farm for your collaborations in making a more curious world!
Stoked to be collaborating with educators, entrepreneurs, and executives in Birmingham, Alabama to introduce some Curiosity Based Learning to stay curious, grow curious, and co-create the world we need.
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Excited to see who's next and who's with EdFarm!
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