Here are the Top 3 of the most liked, shared, and commented posts on Accelerated Learning, for the week of January 11th to January 15th,2016.
Jane E Dutton and Emily Heaphy share their findings that when people come together to learn, they increase the effectiveness of their learning. Instead of relying strictly on structured training programs – people can create their programs to learn. The key factor is that all everyone involved is fostering high-quality connections. The authors also reveal a few tangible ideas that groups can take together to enhance their learning.
This article reveals the hard truth about the relationship between poverty and education. The authors William Parrett and Kathleen Budge share some of the key factors that come into play that affect the quality of learning for economically-disadvantage students.
As the title suggests, this post could be controversial. You might even support the notion even before you read the entire post. We have all been burdened with homework during our school years. Joemar L. Furigay shares his perspectives as a practicing teacher.