Why elearning still has the power to transform

Over the past few years, many people have been questioning the value of elearning courses – including people within the industry itself. With so many […]

“AI research is a dumpster fire and Google’s holding the matches” [Greene] + two other items re: AI

AI research is a dumpster fire and Google’s holding the matches — from thenextweb.com by Tristan Greene Scientific endeavor is no match for corporate greed […]

Largest-Ever Collection of Brain Maps Charts How the Brain Changes Over a Lifetime [Fan]

Largest-Ever Collection of Brain Maps Charts How the Brain Changes Over a Lifetime — from singularityhub.com by Shelly Fan Excerpts: Our brains are unique snowflakes […]

I’ve got a long ways to go. [Christian]

Daniel Willingham: "Memory is the residue of thought." DC: Which got me to thinking, what's my residue about? What is it composed of? This topic […]

I Analyzed 13 TED Talks on Improving Your Memory — Here’s the Quintessence [Keiffenheim]

I Analyzed 13 TED Talks on Improving Your Memory — Here’s the Quintessence — from learntrepreneurs.com by Eva Keiffenheim How you can make the most […]

How Art Class Became a Rare Bright Spot for Students and Families During the Pandemic [Lempres ]

How Art Class Became a Rare Bright Spot for Students and Families During the Pandemic — from edsurge.com by Daniel Lempres Excerpt: When schools went […]

How I use Minecraft to help kids with autism [Duncan]

How I use Minecraft to help kids with autism — from ted.com by Stuart Duncan; with thanks to Dr. Kate Christian for this resource Description: […]

The case for nurturing an infant [Dr. Kate Christian]

The case for nurturing an infant — from grcc.hosted.panopto.com by Dr. Kate Christian Yes, Kate is one of my wonderful, talented, intelligent, and compassionate sisters! […]

Why the Science of Teaching Is Often Ignored [McMurtrie]

Why the Science of Teaching Is Often Ignored — from chronicle.com by Beth McMurtrie There’s a whole literature on what works. But it’s not making […]

The Spark of Learning

Who here feels a bit drained when it comes to how this year or semester is progressing? My hand is raised! Often when I feel […]

The Importance of Curiosity and Tension to Storytelling [Emunds]

The Importance of Curiosity and Tension to Storytelling — from janefriedman.com by Stefan Emunds Today’s post is excerpted from The Eight Crafts of Writing by Stefan Emunds (@StefanEmunds). Excerpt: […]

Growth Mindset Leadership & The Pygmalion Effect [Ragan, Rosenthal, Rubie-Davies, Merzenich]

Growth Mindset Leadership & The Pygmalion Effect — from by Trevor Ragan and the Learning Lab; featuring Robert Rosenthal, Christine Rubie-Davies, and Michael Merznich. With […]

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