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- Are Sweden’s For-Profit Voucher-Funded Schools that Promote Creativity the Future of Learning?
- The Conscious Creation of Culture as the Goal of Education
- Learnable Intelligence and Taking Refined Pedagogical Practices Seriously
- Aligning Value Creation with Profitability Across Society
- If We Had a Way to Increase IQ and Develop the Prefrontal Cortex of Inner City Youth Would We Implement It?
Tag Archives: The Missing Institution
I recently wrote Charles Manski regarding his article “Genes, Eyeglasses, and Social Policy,” in which he argues that regardless of the heritability of IQ, that fact is irrelevant to social policy, much as the heritability of genetic defects in vision … Continue reading
Seymour Papert, in addition to being one of the pioneers of Artificial Intelligence, is the creator of the Logo programming language. Once upon a time he envisioned that Logo programming would transform education, as millions of young children became creators … Continue reading
From 1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus, by Charles C. Mann (in the paragraph below, “Dawnland” refers to the Massachusetts coast): “Boys like Tisquantum explored the countryside, swam in the ponds at the south end of the harbor, … Continue reading
A follow-up to “The First Three Days of Socratic Practice in an Inner City Classroom” for those who read it: Four Months Later Four months later the classroom has been transformed. We have a group of business leaders, mostly women, … Continue reading