Tagged: learning

From NPR: Put Your Laptops Away

Jame Doubek at NPR aptly begins the title of his article with ‘Attention, Students,’ since that is what his subject primarily concerns. Why are some students more easily able to recall lecture material than others? It is tempting to think this might have something to do with anal-retention; that students who fastidiously take notes like […]

The Future of Learning & Play

Douglas Thomas and John Seely Brown released A New Culture of Learning: Cultivating the Imagination for a World of Constant Change in january, and boingboing has an essay from the two of them covering the notion that MMO’s give us a glance into a more efficient and enjoyable future for the learning process: Finding an […]