The technologies of today and its many different variables are going to shape the human learning dramatically in the coming decades. Our society is facing unprecedented changes like the emergence of intelligent machines, engineered organisms, artificial intelligence, and consequent skill and job displacement, etc.This is why we need a big-picture view of exponential technologies that … Continue reading Three levels of Future Learning Technologies everybody should know about.
Learning must be informed by scientific research and by establishing evidence-based feedback-loop. This is why the idea of a "Science Of Learning" attracted deep interest from people across different fields. This includes psychology, education, neuroscience, and technology, as well as from practitioners. The applied nature of Science Of Learning can be seen more and more … Continue reading What is the Science Of Learning? The birds eye view.
George Box said. “All models are wrong.” But, if they are wrong in different ways, then collectively, they can be less wrong. To quote Richard Levin’s, “the truth lies at the intersection of our independent lies.” And, it is in diversity that the seeds of independence reside. https://t.co/1kCWmPOuVb— Kiran Johny (@johnywrites) November 30, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js
Relational thinking involves a mindful application of place value and the properties of number, operations, and equality in solving mathematics problems (Jacobs et al. 2007)https://t.co/1GfNoiItLN— Kiran Johny (@johnywrites) November 24, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js
Neuro-scientists know a lot about how our brains learn new things, but not much about how they choose what to focus on while they learn. According to this study, a part of the brain called the paraventricular thalamus, or PVT, serves as a kind of gatekeeper, making sure that the brain identifies and tracks the … Continue reading Tweet: Stanford study on how the brain decides what to learn by Xiaoke Chen and Greg Nachtrab