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Links 1 through 10 of 120 by Peter Cresswell tagged Education

Here’s a nine-year old who wants to share his enthusiasm for, and ability in, mathematics.  Let’s call him The Maths Kid. He wants to teach you how to solve simultaneous equations. Disclosure...

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The experience of early childhood education suggests, and brain research confirms, that they way you think effects the way your brain develops. The process of myelinisation in a child’s early years (i...

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Paediatric neurophyschologist Dr Stephen Hughes explains that traditional education is running out of steam, and why Montessori education has to be an important part of the future of education--not ju...

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By the way, if you want a better economic education than you’ll get at most business schools these days, the Mises University starts today! Be sure to watch the live broadcasts all week for free. http...

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Guest post by Paul Van Dinther If you thought that socialist brainwashing only happens in American schools, think again. It happens right here today under our very noses.  Avondale College, for e...

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Listen up, readers: I have a question for you. Buried in yesterday’s post on the long-term decline of educational standards was this observation by Professor George Reisman that I’ve been struck by fo...

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I don’t know about you, but I was fascinated to hear this news this morning. American research, said to be reflected here in New Zealand, indicates that university students are working less hard now t...

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Montessorian Susan Stephenson has just opened the first AMI Montessori classroom in Bhutan. Here’s the story in just two pictures: BEFORE:  Children sit still on plastic chairs at group tables in...

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Here's what Socrates would have to put up with if he taught today: teaching evaluations from the drooling dolts before which his pearls of wisdom were cast. From The Chronicle of Higher Education's Hemlock Available in the Faculty Lounge comes this select

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It is not without cause that art has been called the technology of the soul. The inner working of the individual human psyche is the channel in which art is created and experienced. Art can be about anything. It can be the things we see around us. It can

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