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Our Schools Should Teach Kids to Fail

Keith Peters | TEDxWestBrowardHigh

Keith Peters, an educator and elementary school principal, shares some ideas on the importance of making failure a part of our school curricula.

Keith Peters is a public education champion and a strong advocate of bringing risk-taking into our schools. Currently in his 16th year as an educator, he serves as Principal of Gator Run Elementary in Weston, Florida. His school is known for breaking new ground with innovative practices, such as Genius Hour, BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), 1:1 learning, and flexible learning spaces. Keith has also served as a member of the State of Florida’s Commissioner’s Leadership Academy. A passionate supporter of the use of social media in education, he co-hosts a weekly Twitter chat dedicated to helping educators connect (#SoFLEdChat).