education

We have spoken before about the good influence colors can have on children. It seems pretty intuitive: life is way better when you are surrounded by colors, and that is particularly true when you are a kid. For instance, things are probably pretty good if your school looks like this:…

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We feel like we never repeat this enough: games can be so much more than just games. Remember GameDesk, for instance, or Cargo-Bot?  The educational potential in game playing is immense – it’s a perfect form of learning while doing, and having the best time! Games can have an incredible…

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Today is a great day! We are about to publicly present the new Timbuktu at the Launch Education & Kids Conference in Mountain View. We have been rehearsaling a lot these days, and are now eager to jump on stage. We will also talk about the three most important lessons…

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Can colors affect the developing brain and be used to teach tolerance? The Color Coalition thinks so. Winner of the Color in Action Award by Pantone and Academy of Art University, the project is the result of a research based on the psychological effects of colors, with particular focus on…

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Infinity is perhaps the most mind-boggling concept. That the universe never ends, that you can keep on counting forever and there would always be one more number: these are unimaginable thoughts that stretch the mind and make the head spin. It’s fascinating and makes you feel very, very small. This…

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