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The Adora Svitak speeches give insight into how adults can learn from the creative minds of children.
Svitak is currently 15 years old but has already written three titles, including 'Flying Fingers' and Yang in 'Disguise and Dancing Fingers' -- all on the subject of literacy and writing. She spoke at her first TED conference in 2010.
Drawing from her own trying experiences, the Adora Svitak speeches attempt to sway unbending adult minds to listen and truly consider the ideas put forth by youth. Her young age and admirable accomplishments for an individual of such a young age serves an unparalleled inspiration for her audiences and other young people all over the world.
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Adora Svitak Talks About How Kids Lead in Innovation
Adora Svitak gives an emotionally charged speech concerning why the use of the word 'childish' can been seen as a discriminatory and ageist term when using it to describe irrational behaviors. Through… Read More