Tuesday 18 February 2020 (any time after 10:00 a.m. US Central Time). Join the event here. “The brain is a natural accelerated learning device.” – Paul R. Scheele, PhD The brain’s ability to acquire and creatively use information is unlimited, Continue reading Facilitating Brilliance – 18 Feb 2020
A short film created by animators, Daniel Martinez Lara and Rafa Cano Mendez, in Madrid, about ‘our creativity being murdered in cold blood before ever getting a chance to begin’.
Also… Professor Stephen Heppell’s site and phone blog. Definitely worth exploring. Mobile Learning
The most-viewed TED talk of all time:
Note: This article by Andrea Schulman contains American spelling.The article has been reproduced on this page to clear all the distracting advertising in the original articles, but links to those articles are included. As a former teacher who spent 7 Continue reading 3 Subjects Schools Should Teach To Improve The World
Imagine a time when attendance in Secondary School is decided by the learner in collaboration with the teachers. Project-led and individual subject areas will act as specialist help times throughout the learning experience. What follows is only a schematic view Continue reading One view of the future
How things have changed. Well, when I say ‘changed’, perhaps I mean ‘reversed’! When I was at school, I lived in fear of not only the other children, but also my teachers. Today, it sometimes seems as if things are Continue reading Educational Fear of Failure Touches Five Decades
Technology to drive an emotional response. The teacher is no longer in the classroom to deliver information.