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Neuroscience in translation: Why use it or lose it is a bad idea

Posted in Cognitive Psychology and Learning, Higher Education, and Ideas and Resources

Is there any truism about cognitive capacity that is more familiar than “use it or lose it?” Of all the things we could talk about in applications of neuroscience, this is one that shows up surprisingly often, even in the…

Should learning analytics be like email? Teaching routines and why we need small analytics

Posted in Higher Education, Ideas and Resources, and Technology

Ed tech insiders are probably used to articles rife with warnings, concerns and other worries, especially around the issue of commercialization.