This paper has been on my reading list for quite some time and sorry I made you wait as it is really interesting and relevant. While talent has been a focus in education for some time now, but is talent really the most important element to be successful? Well, based on their simulations the researchers… Read More The most important element to be successful? Sheer luck.
I first thought it was about taking a nap during a meeting, but it’s much, much worse Found via Tommy Opgenhaffen.
Remember this magazine cover? Looks pretty similar to this cover from 1976: Or this one from 1985? Or do you remember this picture? Yeah, I debunked this story already here but these pictures suit the image of the egocentric, smartphone obsesses youth, and for sure this selfie-taking generation will be more narcissistic for sure? Well… no.… Read More The present generation students is… slightly less narcissistic
Past week I had the pleasure to attend a talk by Eric Schmidt, top leader from Alphabet/Google in the Netherlands. One of the more interesting things he said was a seemingly contradiction: after several pleas for teaching how to code in school, he ended his talk by saying that soon AI would make coding obsolete.… Read More Udacity isn’t about education but about job training