The Clash of Two Shanghai Secrets

Thomas Friedman wrote an op-ed article in the New York Times he probably wished it never happened. "The Shanghai Secret", as the op-ed is titled, received a blistering response from Ann Qiu. It's not like Thomas Friedman said anything outrageous. By contrary, the article is as inoffensive as it can be, similar to many others... Continue Reading →

Who Is Funding MOOCS?

Forces disrupting education are gaining momentum. This is made visible by the increased investment in innovations outside the mainstream educational institutions. This will feed the demand for more education services supplied by businesses that although they did not exist only a few years ago they have a huge impact on the way education is delivered... Continue Reading →

Working Memory, Success and Education

In a recent article published in New York Times ("Sorry, Strivers: Talent Matters") David Hambrick and Elizabeth Meinz discuss a research study directed by David Lubinski and Camilla Benbow from Vanderbilt University which demonstrates that people who have higher level of working memory capacity have a distinct competitive advantage in their careers. The correlation between significant successful career... Continue Reading →

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