Sal Kahn [ 966 K Views, 29 K Likes ] I’m here today to talk about the two ideas that, at least based on my observations at Khan Academy, are kind of the core, or the key leverage points for learning. It’s the idea of mastery and the idea of mindset. I saw this in the early days working with my cousins. A
Barbara Arrowsmith-Young [ 10 K Views, 134 Likes, 1:08:31 ] My life and my work has been an exploration of the territory of the human brain, how it makes us uniquely who we are. Because when we think about our brain, it filters our perceptions of ourselves and our understanding of ourselves, our understanding of other people, our understanding of the world, and
Nicholas Carr [ 40 K Views, 460 Likes, 18:04 ] In the summer of 2008, The Atlantic published Carr’s article “Is Google Making Us Stupid?” as the cover story of its annual Ideas issue. Highly critical of the Internet’s effect on cognition, the article has been read and debated widely in both the media and the blogosphere. Carr’s main argument is that the
Sandrine Thuret [ 1.2 M Views, 25 K Likes, 11:04 ] Can we, as adults, grow new neurons? There’s still some confusion about that question, as this is a fairly new field of research. For example, I was talking to one of my colleagues, Robert, who is an oncologist, and he was telling me, “Sandrine, this is puzzling. Some of my patients that
Barbara Arrowsmith Young [ 377 Views, 2 Likes, 1:16:35 ] delivers a Masterclass at the SAHMRI Wellbeing and Resilience Centre, titled ‘A Personal Journey Into the World of the Brain: Shaping The Mind/Function and Plasticity’ FEATURED IMAGE CREDIT: Linda Paul
Matt Walker [ UC Berkeley ] I’m here to tell you about sleep — both the good things that happen when you get it and the alarmingly bad things that happen when you don’t. But let me start with a disclaimer: It’s safe to say that, when most speakers look to their audience and see people who are falling asleep, nodding off soundly,
Carol Dweck [ 353 K Views, 3 K Likes ] In the 1990s the self esteem movement took over the world. We were told to tell everyone how fabulous, brilliant, talented, special they were all the time. This was going to motivate them and boost their achievement. Instead, as you said, it was a complete disaster. It led to the acceptance of mediocrity.