New innovations and technologies are changing how we acquire knowledge–supported by Pearson
From the ways in which science aided and abetted racism and colonialism to the structural reasons some communities are centered over others in histories of innovation, there are many ways we can expand and diversify who is allowed to lay claim to human ingenuity.
Machine intelligence will have an increasingly prominent role in the classrooms of tomorrow.
Why designing a simple board game with my son rivals anything he’s learning in school.
70 percent of Jordanians are under 30–and the education system needs to catch up.
Almost everyt traditional classroom design makes it harder to learn–yet the fixes are often simple.
Data on higher education enrollment around the world is patchy, but we can still learn important lessons
This idea of different “learning styles” is widely believed–but there’s no evidence that it’s true.
“Neuroscience-based” methods promise to improve our cognitive abilities–but do they actually work?
The current promise of education in U.S. prisons.
Getting science into the hands of children across the world.