12 Mitos Urbanos Sobre Aprendizaje Y Educación (2 posters in Spanish)

emos observado que aún hay mucha proliferación en redes como linkedin, y otras, de teorías educativas que no cuentan con evidencia adecuada para ser promovidas en las escuelas. Y esto nos preocupa porque las implicancias de mitos como los estilos de aprendizaje o la pirámide de la experiencia son relevantes. Por ejemplo, decirle a un… Read More 12 Mitos Urbanos Sobre Aprendizaje Y Educación (2 posters in Spanish)

20% discount on ‘More Urban Myths About Learning and Education’!

This is nice, our publisher Routledge gives a 20% discount on ‘More Urban Myths About Learning and Education: Challenging Eduquacks, Extraordinary Claims, and Alternative Facts’ by Paul Kirschner, Casper Hulshof and yours truly. Just go to http://routledge.com/9780815354581 (or the American equivalent) and enter the code FLR40 at checkout. More Urban Myths About Learning and Education:… Read More 20% discount on ‘More Urban Myths About Learning and Education’!

Mitos urbanos sobre aprendizaje y educación (Our first Urban Myths about Learning and Education now available in Spanish)

No, I will never get used to this. We first wrote our book in Dutch. This was followed by the extremely popular version in English (with still at least one copy sold every single day, imagine that), a version in Swedish and even a Chinese edition. And now the Spanish version has been published. Muchas… Read More Mitos urbanos sobre aprendizaje y educación (Our first Urban Myths about Learning and Education now available in Spanish)

One year today: More Urban Myths about Learning and Education announced

Paul Kirschner just reminded me that a year ago we were able to announce our second book about Urban Myths about Learning and Education. Over 4000 copies have been sold already worldwide and counting! Check your local book store or buy the book online! If you want to read a free chapter, check this article… Read More One year today: More Urban Myths about Learning and Education announced

A new article in American Educator by Paul, Casper & yours truly: If You Learn A, Will You Be Better Able to Learn B?

The new Spring edition of American Educator was published today, with a new article taken from our most recent book More Urban Myths about Learning and Education. You can read the article here for free and this is what it all is about: Transfer of learning is seen as the use of knowledge, skills, and/or… Read More A new article in American Educator by Paul, Casper & yours truly: If You Learn A, Will You Be Better Able to Learn B?