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Thieme Hennis

Uruguay's One Laptop Per Child program: Impact and numbers - The Next Web - 18 views

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    Interesting how OLPC may have an important impact in a country's wellbeing and creative workforce. I do believe in such programs. 
Thieme Hennis

4 surprising lessons about education from data collected around the world - 81 views

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    performance based pay and other insights from PISA research
Thieme Hennis

Homepage - Youth on the move - European Commission - 8 views

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    EU program aimed at youth (unemployment, skill development, intercultural exchange, etc.)
Steve Ransom

Technology In Education - C-SPAN Video Library - 23 views

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    Great video showing how much has changed and how much we continue to struggle with the same ideas. In October 1995, the House Committee Economic and Educational Opportunities and House Science Committees held a nearly three-hour hearing to examine "technological advances in education."
Russ Goerend

NPR : Homework: How Much is Too Much? - 1 views

  • Some influential researchers say homework does little to improve a student's academic abilities. Others believe homework is excessive, and doing more harm than good.
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