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New Study Highlights the Activities That Are Likely to Improve Cognitive...
Scientists have long known that keeping the brain active can improve cognitive function and help to prevent cognitive declines later on in l
20 Ideas For A Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Model of Learning - InformED
Remember the Choose Your Own Adventure books that allowed us to take stories into our own hands and decide the fate of our favorite characte
CARACAS: Miami Herald reporter detained in Venezuela expected to be rele...
-- Miami Herald reporter Jim Wyss, who was detained by Venezuelan authorities Thursday while reporting on the country’s chronic shortages an
With Charlie Crist as guest, President Obama raises cash in Miami, chats...
President Obama arrived in Miami Friday afternoon to headline three Democratic Party fundraisers hosted by the Democratic National Committee
Unlocking the Potential of Online Learning Spaces: Interview with Claren...
Our featured educator this week is Clarence Fisher, a fulltime teacher residing in a rural community. Even from Here is a reflection of his
25 Ways to Cultivate Intrinsic Motivation - InformED
In the context of learning, intrinsic motivation is motivation that stems not from external factors like grades and status, but rather from
How Google Glass Can Be Used In Education - InformED
Wearable technology refers to devices that can be worn by users, taking the form of an accessory such as jewelry, sunglasses, a backpack, or
Women Make Better Leaders Finds New Research - InformED
Despite the fact that women are still woefully underrepresented in top management positions, a new study conducted by researchers from Conco
Out With the Degree, In With the Badge: How Badges Motivate Learning And...
Catherine Lacey, a student at the University of Western Australia, is a Level 40 Hero in biology. That's her ranking on OpenStudy, where she
50 Reasons Why Online Learning Deserves Respect - InformED
Online learning is on the rise. According to a 2013 report by the Babson Survey Research Group, over 6.7 million postsecondary students were
Marketing Short-Clip Videos: Vine versus Instagram
By My Web Writers Video clips are a heavily used resource for brand promotion and marketing. They are more interactive and captivating than
We Can Only Guarantee Success If We Have Low Expectations. Anything Else...
David Didau is the man behind The Learning spy, a blog dedicated to all things learning, from practical tips and advice for teachers to insi
Pill Poppers: Are Prescription Drugs Really Beneficial?
The documentary "Pill Poppers" shows the different drugs in the world and questions whether these are beneficial or harmful to your health.
Boy genius diagnosed with autism has IQ higher than Einstein
As a child, doctors told Jacob Barnett’s parents that their autistic son would probably never know how to tie his shoes. But experts say the
Teacher Preparation: Who's Doing it Right, and What Can We Learn from Th...
Illustration by Maxwell Holyoke-Hirsch. “Teaching is the only profession where a first-time practitioner is expected to have the same skill
What The Success Of Breaking Bad Teaches Us About Leadership
Breaking Bad is about to enter the second half of its final season, a series that has won much critical acclaim and has become a favorite fo