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Math Classroom the Problem Not the Girls

Posted by learningrevived on April 11, 2012 in Beyond the Box, The Learning Revolution |

Jo Boaler, a professor of math education in Stanford University’s School of Education states that they way maths is presented to girls is the problem not the girls. Traditionally boys have been thought to be “wired” in a way that allowed them to score higher in maths. New research shows that it is instead the […]

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Education redefined and re-engineered

Posted by learningrevived on December 17, 2011 in The Learning Revolution |

Link from www.11changes.com   Move over, Harvard: the bubble is bursting One “industry” that has changed very little in the last 150 years is education.  How, when and to whom education is delivered, and the building blocks of what we still call a basic education today, are ideas that were conceived in the Industrial Revolution and are still […]

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