A Teacher’s Sense of Humor

A Teacher’s Sense of Humor

When asked to list qualities they want in a teacher,...
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The Dreaming Brain

The Dreaming Brain

From a subjective viewpoint, it can be difficult to believe...
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A Marriage of Art and Learning: An Interview with James Catterall

A Marriage of Art and Learning: An Interview with James Catterall

Dr. James Catterall, professor at UCLA's Graduate School of Education,...
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Fading Memories

Fading Memories

Folks tend to worry about memory loss. Our worry escalates...
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Understanding Today’s Attention Deficit Child

Understanding Today’s Attention Deficit Child

Just What is Attention Deficit and Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)? The...
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Our Continuous Search for Fairness

Our Continuous Search for Fairness

The intense furor surrounding the ballot count in the recent...
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We Have Two Brain Systems!

We Have Two Brain Systems!

We constantly confront dangers and opportunities related to our need...
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How the Brain Learns a Second Language

How the Brain Learns a Second Language

Whether or not we agree philosophically with the concept of...
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Is Proficiency Testing Assessing the Real Thing?

Is Proficiency Testing Assessing the Real Thing?

Christy Bosch, curriculum coordinator at Ohio's Logan-Hocking School District, is...
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Playing the Piano Might Make You Smarter

Playing the Piano Might Make You Smarter

We've seen no small amount of hoopla over the suggestion,...
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A Conversation With Robert Sapolsky

A Conversation With Robert Sapolsky

I first met Robert Sapolsky years ago at a research...
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