Note: These highlights aren’t my own – they’re highlights from Sawyer Hollenshead’s highlights page for David Epstein’s Range. (I guess that just such highlights-of-the-highlights are… Read More »More from David Epstein on kind and wicked learning environments
Overview: See How They Run If you’re only interested in how far and fast Joan runs, skip to the bottom… This is the first tutorial… Read More »HamsterTach: DIY hamster wheel tachometer, uploads data to Google Sheets
I’m always a big believer in, okay, start a small and scrappy project that can experiment and move nimble and move fast and can move… Read More »Sal Khan on starting small and moving without permission
You can make-believe it happens, or pretend that something’s true.You can wish or hope or contemplate a thing you’d like to do,But until you start… Read More »Do it now: Fred Rogers on action, life and learning
This morning I came across a great article by Joshua Sokol – Why Artificial Intelligence Like AlphaZero Has Trouble With the Real World – that… Read More »Learning environments: kind, wicked and… fiendish?