Education

We love kindergartens. We can hardly imagine a more inspiring assignment for an architect than to design a kindergarten. Colors, imagination, fun: it all should come into play in such a building. And as a matter of fact, many designers have been inspired to do great work when designing kindergarten…

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Female Pharaoh

Long before Cleopatra, a woman ruled Egypt for 25 years. Her name was Hatshepsut and she was the first woman to ever become pharaoh. A female pharaoh!  But 20 years after she died, someone tried to erase her from history. Statues of her were smashed, and her name was removed…

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Sabato 15 novembre, alle 11 di mattina, saremo al Muba (Museo dei bambini) di Milano per un laboratorio divertentissimo con gli “Esperimenti Schifosi” di Lars e Yoko. Prendendo spunto dal libro realizzato con DeAgostini, i bambini saranno guidati attraverso una serie di giochi e attività per familiarizzare con la scienza….

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I’m on a plane, on my way back to SF from one incredibly inspiring week in NYC at the Games for Change 11th conference. Directed by Asi Burak and sponsored by Zynga.org, Games for Change is a great opportunity to learn about video games specifically designed to positively impact on…

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Better! The Summer Issue of Timbuktu Magazine! After all, isn’t summer supposed to be fun? Why bother kids with a workbook, we thought, when we can keep them engaged, entertained and can make them practice reading, spelling, math and science with an iPad magazine designed around them? Since we launched the…

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Digital Learning Now! today released the “Blended Learning & The Teaching Profession.” The infographic shows how blended learning is not about replacing teachers with technology, but rather empowering them with new opportunities.  The infographic previews the next DLN Smart Series paper “Improving Conditions & Careers: How Blended Learning Will Improve the Teaching…

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