When you learn, you expand the data pathways in your mind; they grow from little trails to paved roads or even highways. This biological discovery confirms what educators have seen in practice: just googling information doesn’t help you learn. In order to actually build new pathways, you have to work to acquire knowledge and apply it over and over again. As a foundation, we want to provide these effective learning experiences with many of our programs. We’ll introduce you to some of these programs in this issue, and we’ll take you on a journey:
- At its own pace - A school in Greifswald tackles inclusion
- Is digital better? A debate on the future of learning
- A discriminating machine - On dealing with artificial intelligence
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