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Neurodiversity: The Project

The human brain is still a mystery. With billions of neurons messily arranged and connected differently in each brain, it is not surprising that people's brains are wired in diverse ways. Our brain is responsible for our perception of the world, it regulates the senses, thoughts and feelings that produce a unique life experience for each of us. The average of these life experiences is what we would call “normality”. When someone’s brain wiring doesn’t allow them to undergo this...
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Science is a participatory adventure

1.“Open Science” One of the courses we had duridng the 1st semester of the EdTech master at CRI-Paris was about “Open Science”. In brief, open science is the movement in which scientific research, collection of data and dissemination of any sort of outcomes extracted are accessible to all people, non-professionals and experts of the kind. Each person also contributes to the process by sharing their own competencies in a way of democratizing the knowledge and developing it in a collective...
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“Street Edventures”: be a city explorer in a fun way!

 Children behaving as little researchers from a very young age stems from their capacity to observe and experience the world around them. This is their practical way of learning which unfolds early in life! However, as we grow old, we tend to forget to discover new things from the environment around us, to understand the underlying motivations behind people’s actions in our society, to explore our roles as global citizens through communication or playing. For some time now, ideas keep...
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Why academic evaluation is wrong… although it isn’t

A brief look to any of the mainstream educational systems around the world allows us to acknowledge one undeniable fact: we have a strong tendency towards evaluation. We are in love with and strongly depend on it. We evaluate students, of course. But we also evaluate teachers, schools, school districts or regions, educational systems. We even evaluate whole countries. Take OCDE’s PISA evaluation, for example. Done world-wide, it determines the skill level a country has on abilities such as critical...
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How cognitive sciences changed the way I teach: The 4-step learning process

Alike many EdTech supporters, my interest in educational technology came from teaching. My interest in education, in general, came from teaching. And I came into teaching by accident.  With no prior experience, I got hired on the spot for a high-school teacher position that started in a half-week.  I hadn’t even thought of the possibility of teaching at that moment, but I was now a hired English & Psychology teacher. I was worried and scared. I had hotly accepted a...
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