4.78K Views2 Comments0 Likes
This is a test of your mental flexibility and mental agility (not your IQ or math talent) found via NIH.gov that I thought the brilliant readers of Edudemic should attempt.
8.82K Views0 Comments0 Likes
Think you could get into Harvard if you applied today? What if you applied back in 1869? I'm guessing it would have been quite a bit harder since you'd have to be able to show some pretty interesting knowledge. There's a big focus on Latin and Greek and not as much on your SAT scores. So get ready to try and get into Harvard like it's 1869!
6.67K Views3 Comments0 Likes
So you want a 1:1 classroom ... or perhaps a BYOD classroom. Or maybe you just want a couple iPads for some project-based learning. That's wonderful. But what if your school's wi-fi isn't up to snuff? What if the process of browsing the web feels like you're back on your 14.4 baud modem hoping the AOL gods connect you to the web?
4.33K Views4 Comments0 Likes
I used to think I was a pretty good reader. In fact, I assumed I was one of the faster readers among my peers. Then I took this test and am ashamed to admit that I'm not as good as I thought.
9.40K Views3 Comments0 Likes
If you can pronounce correctly every word in this poem, you will be speaking English better than 90% of the native English speakers in the world.
2.68K Views2 Comments0 Likes
In an educational arena where teaching to the test has become universally deplored, have SAT tests become just another glaring example of relics which continue to litter the education landscape?
1.17K Views4 Comments0 Likes
You've probably heard all about the students in China and how they're smarter than, well, all other students around the globe. That was so yesterday. Now the backlash begins. There's plenty of outrage coming from seem...