Dave Johnson

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A new brain study sheds light on why it can be so hard to change someone's political beliefs

Why we react to inconvenient truths as if they were personal insults.<p>Albert Einstein was one of the most important physicists of all time. His scientific predictions have withstood 100 years of scientific challenges. His thinking fundamentally changed the way we understand the universe. Yet people …

Voyager Probes Are Still Making Amazing Discoveries

In August 2012, Voyager 1 went where no human-made object has gone before: it crossed the “heliopause,” the outermost edge of the Sun’s heliosphere, …

Teachers who have affairs should be protected by law, equalities watchdog says

Teachers who have affairs should be protected by law and must not be sacked, the equalities watchdog has said.<p>Rules that allow divorced, gay and lesbian teachers to be banned from working in faith schools should also be re-considered, a report published by the Equalities and Human Rights Commission …

Guess What? You Can Make Yourself Fall *Back* In Love With Your Partner

No, really, you can if you want to.<p>Fall out of love with your partner? Or just feel bored? Well, you can fall back <i>in</i> love with the same old person, …

A Key to Education Reform.

The flipped classroom, the maker movement, project-based learning, blended learning, student centered learning, hour of coding, collaboration, direct …

Pedagogy

Top maths teachers call for more funding for Singapore 'mastery' method

British schools lack the funding to implement Singapore’s maths mastery method that the Government plans to roll out to schools across England, teachers have warned.<p>According to a survey of nearly 360 maths teachers in the UK, 90 per cent said they believed there is insufficient funding for …

Education