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Archive for July 2014

Considering the Customer: Board vs. Digital Games for Teaching

By Kelly Smith - Jun 30, 2014 The value of games in education lies in a set of features that make games a truly powerful means of instruction. From helping to understand new concepts and ideas to providing a context for the practice of knowledge, games offer […]

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Are Multiplayer Games the Future of Education?

A new classroom approach tries to bring more competition into the classroom. Melanie Plenda Jul 11 2014, The Atlantic It was just supposed to be a quick trip to Beijing, a touristy group thing to take in the sights. It wasn’t supposed to go down like this. […]

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Smart People Go to College, and Other Twists in Measuring the Value of a Degree

By Beckie Supiano - The Chronicle of Higher Education - June 19th, 2014 It is well established that, on average, people with college degrees earn quite a bit more over the course of their careers than do those without. That earnings premium is one of higher education’s […]

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Brain Disorders Might Arise from Starving Neurons

The complete article appeared in Scientific American Mind Volume 25, Issue 4 and was authored by Elizabeth M. C. Hillman,who is an associate professor of biomedical engineering and radiology at Columbia University. Her laboratory develops and uses advanced optical imaging and microscopy techniques to study blood flow […]

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