Less than 70 years ago, Singapore was a developing economy whose adults on average had only two years of formal schooling. Investing in learning has helped turn the city state into an advanced economy at the cutting edge of finance and technology.- SOURCE the Times oct 11 ... See MoreSee Less
If you assess a child for working memory . Then you can predict grades with some confidence as that child grows into an adult. That one number will change but not in relation to a peer group . Working memory limits potential . Working memory limits life opportunities ... See MoreSee Less
All fun & Games - Senior teachers have often expressed alarm about the way the drug Ritalin has been prescribed to children with attention deficit disorder. One London-listed company has come up with a surprising alternative to the treatment: a prescription video game.
It might sound wacky, but it appears to work. Akili and Me is one of several “computer drugs” made by the American developer PureTech of Boston.It is being reviewed by the US Food & Drug Administration — which could pave the way for its launch across the Atlantic. ... See MoreSee Less