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Letting Student Strengths Shine
Students differ in how they learn and express their knowledge. This strategy allows students to choose how they show their comprehension of a topic.

Edutopia
Nov 13, 2018

Could Music Revive STEM?
3D printing musical instruments and demonstrating synesthesia at the same time, Kaitlyn Hova shows us the great value of intersecting disciplines.

Smithsonian
Nov 07, 2018

Space and Architecture is Just as Important for Innovation
“We’re not just thinking about making a beautiful room, we’re thinking about how to craft experiences within environments.”

Metropolis
Nov 09, 2018

The Problem with Treating Music Education as an "Ornamental" Subject
The impact that music can have on brain development should make educators treat it as seriously as we treat math and languages.

La Tercera
Nov 12, 2018

Can Professional Skills be Developed From Elementary Education?
Community programs that involve schools and stakeholders can help to identify major labor market needs and inject them into the curriculum.

Observatorio
Nov 09, 2018

This Startup Is Harnessing AI to Transform Career Guidance
Interview with the founders of Pixis, a French startup providing career counseling through an online platform using AI and data science.

FrenchWeb
Nov 02, 2018

Big Philosophical Questions Help to Answer Small Ones
If we ask ourselves "who are we?" and have hope to find at least a partial answer, we will have to dive into many fields of knowledge beyond philosophy.

El País
Nov 01, 2018

Advice for Edtech Startups
William Zhou of Chalk, a WISE Accelerator, shares valuable insight on the strategies required to grow a successful edtech startup.

The Globe and Mail
Oct 29, 2018

Proposing a Blockchain University
A group of academics have proposed a new model of higher education that replaces traditional administrators with “smart contracts” on the blockchain.

EdSurge
Oct 25, 2018