Category: <span>Pedagogical Development</span>

Category: Pedagogical Development

Expert Group Urges School Exam Overhaul to Address ChatGPT and AI

Listen to the story {Play} An expert panel assembled to address the challenges posed by ChatGPT and other advanced AI tools has submitted urgent recommendations to the Danish Minister for Children and Education. The report calls for a significant shift in exam practices to ensure fairness and prioritise learning in …

Breakthrough in Understanding How Brains Learn: A Different Approach Than AI

Listen to the story {Play} Researchers have discovered a fundamental difference in how the human brain learns compared to artificial intelligence systems. This breakthrough could lead to faster, more efficient learning algorithms in AI and a deeper understanding of how the brains learn. The study, published in Nature Neuroscience, focused …

Training Reading Comprehension on Computer Screens: A Review of Research and Implications for Education

Listen to the research report {Play} The shift from printed to digital text formats has significant implications for society. One implication is that it has made information more accessible and widely available. This has democratised access to knowledge and has the potential to improve literacy rates and educational outcomes. However, …

Learning Design – A proven foundation for the Digital Society School

Listen to the story {Play} Pedagogical innovation is driven by discoveries in neurological research and teaching-skills-development research. In the Digital Society School to be able to prepare pupils for the future. Pedagogical adaptation to a large extent takes place in interplay with this development and use of edtech. Especially, since …

Solution for 50+ professionals – adapted training programme

Listen to the story {Play} Among corporate executives there are concerns that 50+ professionals not will be able to keep up in a working life with continuous technological innovations and have less stress-tolerance. This line of thinking, however, is a relic from the time when professionals that was over 45 years …

Montessori students exhibit a more richly connected semantic memory network

Listen to the story {Play} The type of education a child receives appears to influence how they represent knowledge in long-term memory, according to a new study published in the journal Science of Learning. The findings indicate that Montessori students tend to have a more richly connected network of semantic …

How skills training links to general intelligence Part 1

In this first part the G-factor, meaning how skills training links to general intelligence is being explored from a research study from Cambridge University. In the second part, this will be connected to soft skills development and digital learning. Most cognitive abilities are positively related to psychology research has found. …

Intrinsic Motivation and Digital Learning

In western philosophy, there is a strong tendency to separate common sense from emotion. The school system is one of the most apparent examples of this profound misapprehension. Professor Peter Gärdenfors writes: ”Without emotional evaluation of different activities and their consequences, our will would not have any direction.” This means …