Tag Archives: generation omega

User centered education, and why you’re not an astronaut

As soon as something is relevant to what you're interested in and has a clearly defined purpose - not something intangible like "getting an A" - it's easier to learn and a hell of a lot more interesting.
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History and science fiction: their powers combined!

In which Thea proposes making history class more interesting by incorporating light sabers and shit.
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How user experience design will kill the technology gap

As technology improves, so does its user interface.
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How our machines are making humans who can make better machines

In which Thea watches all of Battlestar Galactica in one three-week sitting.
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Rat Race 2020: “Let’s start with the assumption that people are amazing.”

Four-day work weeks? Wii Marketing? Robot slaves? What will work be like ten years from now?
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What casual gaming can teach us about educating underprivileged women

Getting women to school has been the challenge that organizations like The Girl Effect have been contemplating for years. But maybe the answer isn't school at all.
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