Tag: learning

The New “Marshmallow Test”

[E]vidence from psychology, cognitive science, and neuroscience suggests that when students multitask while doing schoolwork, their learning is far spottier and shallower than if the work had their full attention. They understand and remember less, and they have greater difficulty transferring their learning to… Continue Reading “The New “Marshmallow Test””

Curiosity Doesn’t Always Kill the Cat

Good adjustment means that you let others see who you really areĀ instead of who you wish they think you are. ~@sgbrownlow I follow a number of stellar people on Twitter (Tweeters? Tweeps? Twitterers? Twits?) and have quite the collection of 140-character tweets that I’d… Continue Reading “Curiosity Doesn’t Always Kill the Cat”