Busy week? We’re here to help. Here’s our roundup of top educational stories from the past seven days:
Students often lack the metacognitive skills they need to succeed, but they can develop these skills by addressing some simple questions. Edutopia takes a look at how Metacognition Boosts Learning.
OECD Pisa has completed the first-ever assessment of collaborative problem-solving skills (CPS) to see how students stand in relation to their global peers. The verdict? We need more collaborative problem solvers.
Personalized learning, aimed at customizing the school experience for individual students, continues to gain steam in schools. Education Week asks, “how well is it working and what is really best for teachers and students?”
How to respond to the rise of the automation economy? Getting Smart shares 12 new rules for accelerated learning in an exponential world.
The question of how to measure success in life is one typically left to philosophy classes. EdSurge tackles the big question, “without academic achievement, how can we measure success?”