Excerpted from Emotions, Learning, and the Brain, (c) 2016 by Mary Helen Immordino-Yang. Used with the permission of the publisher, W. W. Norton & Co. By Mary Helen Immordino-Yang Teachers intuitively know that neither their nor their students’ learning is steady and constant, the
With the 2016 release of the Oculus Rift to the public, the age of virtual reality for the everyday American may be underway. Although smartphone-based VR headsets like the Samsung Gear and the simple Google Cardboard have already been on
2016 got off to a fast start in education technology. Here’s a look at products, services and offerings profiled this month in SmartBrief on EdTech’s weekly Tech Showcase, in no particular order: New course introduces middle school students to coding
This story appears in the January 2016 digital edition of SmartReport on Leadership. Click here to access this free magazine. ***** The good old days are always better. Less change, idyllic and with the implication of moral superiority. Well, when
The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2016 kicked off with an evening program Tuesday in Davos. Here are some of the highlights: UBS sees automation helping the rich getting richer: The theme of this year’s gathering in Davos is the
A number of leaders I know are beginning 2016 facing extremely challenging business and/or personal situations. I want to encourage them to keep moving forward because I believe their greatest contributions are yet to come. Here are four pieces of
The Associated Contractors of America released their 2016 Construction Hiring and Business Outlook Report today, and the results were fairly optimistic although the majority of respondents expect about the same dollar volume of projects they compete for this year to
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