Take a few minutes to get over the out-of touch descriptions of classrooms at the beginning – I don’t recognise the chalk & talk scenario he describes. He illustrates his vision with some exciting examples he’s seen at the end. The power of what he is saying is in the challenge for educators to realise commesurate productivity gains through technology as seen by business, science and medicine. He challenges the one assumption we often cling to in this country that failure is caused by poverty as “arrogant… you can build human capital even in extreme circumstances” ( famously illustrated by Sugata Mitra, and Charles Leadbeater and no doubt many others) and unless I misunderstood – seems to advocate challenging, personalised learning experiences for everyone and an open-source type approach to sharing and availability of resources. Wow. Is the world of education ready to take him on? Can we afford not to?