Monthly Archives: July 2015

The Science of Developing ‘Math Identity’

Recent study shows that more than being good at math, developing ‘math identity’ is about choosing to engage in math and having this engagement recognized. Continue reading

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A.I. Research Mines ‘Minecraft’ to Mimic Human Learning

If you can do all of Minecraft you could solve anything,” says Stefanie Tellex, assistant professor in the Computer Science Department at Brown University. Continue reading

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This One Quick Trick Will Transform Your Problem Solving

Let Juliet, MacGyver and Captain Sideways teach you how to break “functional fixedness” on the way to problem solving. Continue reading

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