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What is it? Momentum Learning defines a practice (for some, a philosophy) of pedagogy wherein the focus is, above all else, maintaining a steady pace on a series of learning activities through one or several interventions. Suppose that we think of...
Psychologist Claudia Lizbeth Avalos Guzmán from UNAM, Mexico's top and largest university, showcases her undergraduate work in customizing a Moodle site into an "evolved phonological awareness and support tool" for teachers and practicioners. It constitutes one of the first...
Asking users to sign documents with their names on top of a contract, statement, or tax filing, rather than at the end “significantly reduces dishonesty,” according to 2012 research published on PNAS. Small changes to how students think and...
Among the variety of research journals and outlets focused on the juncture between learning and technology, a promising but oft-overlooked sector of research focuses on psychology. This subset includes critical topics such as: memory in the context of learning,...
With each passing generation, we learn more about the factors involved in learning and the ways we can stimulate these factors. We are starting to become more aware of the attributes of an environment that students thrive in when...
By Apurva Mhatre [email protected] Disponible en Español. Moodle is the base of technology-aided learning across schools and universities worldwide. As a result, a large number of developers have flocked to this platform, to contribute their ideas and become a part of the...
Disponible en Español. It's been seven years since The Checklist Manifesto. Before the Atul Gawande bestseller, I would not have believed the amount of critical mistakes professionals make on a daily basis. And if I had, then I would not...
I was fascinated when a friend of mine told me about her experience as a young student at a Montessori school. As an award for good behavior, she enjoyed the opportunity of mopping the hall floors. Which she did...