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“How We Learn” by Benedict Carey

Distractions can aid learning. Napping does, too. Quitting before a project is done: not all bad, as an almost done project lingers in memory far longer than one that is completed. Taking a test on a subject before you know … Continue reading

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“One Nation Under Taught” by Vince M. Bertram

There are points in this book that remind me a lot of “Nurture Shock” and “How Not to be Wrong.” Firstly, there needs to be a shift in the education culture where we no longer just measure a child’s academic … Continue reading

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