Doesn't this qualify as history, math and economics education?
Malcolm Gladwell, author of numerous best-sellers, such as The Tipping Point and Outliers,
September 12, 2011 3:16 AM
Now, keeping in mind these fourfold interests - interest in conversation, or communication; in inquiry, or finding out things; in making things or construction; and in artistic expression - we may say they are natural resources, the uninvested capital, upon the exercise of which depends the active growth of the child..John Dewey, The School and Society, 1900
photo above: Maui"Conventional wisdom holds that different people learn in different ways. Something is missing from that idea, however, so we offer a corollary: Different People, when presented with exactly the same information in exactly the same way, will learn...
John Seely Brown: Connected and Collective Learning (Part 2)
Gabriel Iglesias' smart teenage son doesn't talk to him anymore. 2 Minute Video via Comedy Central
It's dangerous to design your life around getting into college
Musings on college: Visiting with high schoolers, David Brooks and Stanford University's new video series on MOOCs: " . . ."It's the beginning of a wholesale reorganization of teaching and learning in higher education."
Harry Potter sings the periodic table of elements on the Graham Norton show with Colin Farrell, Rihanna...humor video
JK Rowling, Harry Potter Author, Captivates Crowd With Harvard Commencement Speech
"Long ago my son determined exactly how not to let the institution of school get in the way of his learning, and had explicit plans for choosing courses carefully so that he had ample time to attend local university lectures and participate in arts events."
"We've completely distorted learning."