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Stephanie Sandifer

Op-Ed Contributor - Your Baby Is Smarter Than You Think - NYTimes.com - 0 views

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    Great article on the intelligence and learning capabilities of infants and toddlers -- has implications for how we approach pre-school learning with children.
anonymous

Video Library Home Page - The New York Times - 1 views

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    A collection of videos presented by the New York Times. Search, or browse by topic such as breaking news, world news, politics, business, technology, environment, science, health, sports, opinion, arts, style, travel, and automobiles. Also includes interviews and videos related to New York Times Magazine articles.
Ruth Howard

Shortcuts - Putting Yourself Out There on a Shelf to Buy - NYTimes.com - 0 views

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    What does this mean for Vocational Education?
Ruth Howard

Basics - In a Helpless Baby, the Roots of Our Social Glue - NYTimes.com - 0 views

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    Quote "Our capacity to cooperate in groups, to empathize with others and to wonder what others are thinking and feeling - all these traits, Dr. Hrdy argues, probably arose in response to the selective pressures of being in a cooperatively breeding social group, and the need to trust and rely on others and be deemed trustworthy and reliable in turn. Babies became adorable and keen to make connections with every passing adult gaze. Mothers became willing to play pass the baby. "Dr. Hrdy points out that mother chimpanzees and gorillas jealously hold on to their infants for the first six months or more of life.Dr. Hrdy wrote her book in part to counter what she sees as the reigning dogma among evolutionary scholars that humans evolved their extreme sociality and cooperative behavior to better compete with other humans." Very cool.
Jeff Johnson

Students Stand When Called Upon, and When Not - NYTimes.com - 0 views

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    From the hallway, Abby Brown's sixth-grade classroom in a little school here about an hour northeast of Minneapolis has the look of the usual one, with an American flag up front and children's colorful artwork decorating the walls. But inside, an experiment is going on that makes it among the more unorthodox public school classrooms in the country, and pupils are being studied as much as they are studying. Unlike children almost everywhere, those in Ms. Brown's class do not have to sit and be still. Quite the contrary, they may stand and fidget all class long if they want.
Tom Daccord

Idea Lab - Becoming Screen Literate - NYTimes.com - 0 views

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    Idea Lab article about cultural shift resulting in "overthrow of the book."
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