It always amazes me how compelling simple words can be. This video, written and produced by B. Nesbitt, takes us through a series of ideas through words written on small whiteboards held up by (admittedly sullen-looking) kids. They raise some interesting questions, but most of all, it’s a plea: Teach me to think.

  • Kate Gladstone

    How educated do those kids have to b before some of them can discern how to write the letter “f” and which letters are lower-case?

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