New study makes it clear what growth in standardized test performance doesn’t buy us: cognitive ability. Amy Finn, John Gabrieli, and colleagues at MIT, Brown, and Harvard looked at standardized test scores (Math and English language arts) and cognitive ability (working memory, processing speed, and abstract reasoning) among nearly 1,400 8th graders attending traditional, exam, and […]Read Full Article
STEAM is gaining, well, steam as a curriculum, even on Sesame Street. The 43rd season of Sesame Street integrates art and design in to its existing STEM content with the goal of illustrating how art and design can be used to solve real-world problems. The Atlantic takes a look at this growing movement. Read more […]Read Full Article
Creativity is as important in education as literacy and we should treat it with the same status.
Sir Ken Robinson