Ani Aharonian considers claims that matching instructional style to individual learning styles will yield superior learning. She argues that this appealing idea lacks an evidence-based foundation, despite its popularity.
JF Ptak Science Books Post 2364 The moving picture is at base a deception, a series of still shots shown/projected/viewed in order at 16 or 24 or 48 or 60 frames per second (although a new and incredible slow-motion device...
O final do ano é sempre um tempo dado a balanços de pouca utilidade prática, mas muito apreciados. É o género de exercício suficientemente parvo para eu tentar fazer. Depois de há uns tempos ter fe...
Artur Coelho's insight:
excelente lista, mas é-me de todo incompreensível a referência ao patético super pig: o impaciente inglês. a ilustração é de excelência, mas o argumento qualquer coisa de absurdo. de mau absurdo, note-se. mas suspeito que tem de se agradar o editor, por isso vai-se nomeado esse coiso para prémios que ninguém em sã mente atribuirá.
Are teachers obsolete? Will online content make traditional brick-and-mortar schools a thing of the past? Will there be one global education language? Should school focus on personal skills rather than academic knowledge? Will company certification be on a par with diplomas? These are some of the issues tackled by the 2014 WISE Survey: School in 2030.
If you want to follow conversation threads relating to this show on social media—whether Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram, Tumblr—you know to look for the hashtag: #99pi. In our current digital age, the hashtag identifies movements, events, happenings, brands—topics of all kinds. The "#" didn't always have this meaning, though.
There was something undeniably awesome about Disney in the early 1980s. The company was expanding its theme parks in Flordia with EPCOT, a shrine to technological innovation. Meanwhile, a bunch of young kids sort of got left unattended at the studio. The result? Movies like Tron.
This picture represents over 30 years of progress in video game graphics. And my, how far we've come. On one side, we have Indiana Jones in the video game version of Raiders of the Lost Ark on the Atari 2600. On the other side, we have Nathan Drake in Uncharted 4 on the PS4. We'll let you guess which side is which.