education

Neuromarketing and Education

by: Roger Dooley

Kathy Sierra wrote an interesting post, Marketing should be education, education should be marketing, that suggests what educators really need is more fMRI data.

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the consequences of 'modern' life

by: danah boyd

Yesterday's UK Telegraph printed an open letter from numerous academics, professionals, and artists concerned about the health of youth. The piece, signed by hundreds, is called: Modern life leads to more depression among children:

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Textbook Advertising

by: David Polinchock

Yet another ad placement vehicle -- this time it's college textbooks. According to a story in the Star Ledger, Freeload Press will:

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Textbook Advertising

by: David Polinchock

Yet another ad placement vehicle -- this time it's college textbooks.

According to a story in the Star Ledger, Freeload Press will:

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Education and Skywalker Ranch

by: danah boyd

Yesterday, i flew up to Skywalker Ranch to meet with a bunch of people who think about/work on issues around education.

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Eco-Literacy and America's 'Nature-Deficit Disorder'

by: Joel Makower

It's axiomatic that the more people truly understand something, the better able they'll be to create informed opinions and decisions. And in the case of environmental literacy, what we don't know truly could hurt us.

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Asia Increasingly Moves to 'Pupil-Centric' Teaching

by: Alain Thys

I first caught onto this in an issue of Adbusters of a few months ago, where it was stated that China had taken the decision a few years ago to transform their complete educational system from being "teacher centric" to "pupil centric".

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