The Future of Learning

One of the most engaging topics of discussion can be talking about your school. While most people remember the good times and playful days, some remember miserable lectures and horrendous memories they’d prefer to forget. But one thing that often remains common in these discussions, at least amongst people in academia, is analyzing what went wrong when they were growing up. Varying in degrees of finesse, this discussion can sometimes take form of biting commentary, lead to groundbreaking research in education, or make people find innovative ways to make the system better for those to come. Continue reading “The Future of Learning”

Rise and shine: the daily routines of history’s most creative minds

Fellow grad students, worried about your hectic schedules? Having time management issues? I may not have a direct advise, but this blog post will take you to the daily routines of history’s most creative minds.

Let’s see if we are on the right track or insanely off.

http://www.theguardian.com/science/2013/oct/05/daily-rituals-creative-minds-mason-currey