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Electrical Properties Give a Glimpse in Computing Power
Human dendrites have different electrical properties to other species, giving us more clues into the computing power of our brains.

MIT News
Oct 18, 2018

The Case for More Mentors
Mentored individuals often earn higher performance evaluations, higher salaries, and faster career progress than non-mentored individuals.

The Hechinger Report
Oct 16, 2018

Multiple Intelligence Theory is Not About Learning Styles
It’s clear that children learn differently, but when students process and retain information, there is no dominant biological style.

Edutopia
Oct 15, 2018

Breaking the Principal's Mold
Like with any workplace, negative adult behavior can be present, so what can principal's do to improve the situation?

Education Week
Oct 16, 2018

Intentional Silence, a Resource for Deep Learning
How can we help students stay focused when faced with constant distraction? How can we encourage them to consider the thoughts of those who are different?

Edutopia
Oct 15, 2018

Why Should we Bother Thinking Internationally?
International exchange networks are a very clever way of digitally exchanging best practice among teachers at a very low cost and accessible for all teachers.

Education Technology
Oct 10, 2018

Knowledge Sharing to Raise the Level of Education
"Investing in Knowledge Sharing to Advance SDG 4" is a joint research report to demonstrate that global, national, and local actors should embrace knowledge sharing

Brookings
Oct 10, 2018

The Future of Learning and Work is Yours to Shape
"In an era of fast-paced technological and scientific breakthroughs, the more we discover, the more we have to learn new skills."

Fast Company
Oct 08, 2018

Overcoming the Challenges of College Completion
Helping students navigate the college environment and connect their coursework to their lives can help solve the community college completion puzzle.

Brookings
Oct 08, 2018