Closing the Achievement Gap by Closing the Cognitive Gap — Webinar
This webinar addresses cognitive development as barrier to closing the achievement gap and the need for training of cognitive skills as a matter of equity.
Closing the Achievement Gap by Closing the Cognitive Gap – Edcircuit
As educators and education policymakers seek to understand and remedy the achievement gaps, much attention is paid to the concept of equity. One area of inequity that connects directly to student learning is highlighted by contemporary neuroscience research—cognitive development.
Some Ways to Be More Intelligent
A recent article published in Medium, busts myths about intelligence right and left. First is the notion that intelligence is not changeable. In fact, as we know, intelligence is not fixed but can be developed and nobody knows what the limits on that are.