The Science of Learning: Best Approaches for Your Brain
Jul 12, 2010
Why don't people understand your idea in a meeting? Why does the developer you're mentoring still not get it? Why do attendees in your course only learn 10% of the material? We are all teachers in some way, yet only professional educators receive training in this area. This article discusses lessons from neuroscience and how they can be applied to Agile Software Development and beyond.
Programming for the Expression of Ideas
Sep 03, 2013
Gerald Sussman explains how programming can help understand Analytical Mechanics and Differential Geometry, and make some concepts of General Relativity come alive. Indeed, a well-crafted program is an expression of an idea, and it may be a work of art.
Introducing Online Education to Hypermedia
Jan 17, 2013
Guilherme Silveira discusses the difficulties faced by an online educational platform and corresponding solutions implemented at Caelum, their curriculum - systems, languages and databases – and how everything works.
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