Tag Archives: Khan Academy

Corporate Culture is a collection of “cultural algorithms”

Our modern life is ruled by algorithms.  While almost all of them are invisible to you and I, we interact with them every day. Searching on Google involves an algorithm. The ATM machine uses algorithms. Credit card purchases use algorithms. … Continue reading

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2011 Review: The Best of Parenting

I am in the midst of raising a second family (I have one daughter aged 35 and another aged 12) so I have some experience of getting it right and wrong over a period of nearly three decades.  Not that … Continue reading

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Khan Academy again . . .

Several months ago I wrote a blog about the use of the internet and technology in teaching children math and science and featured a fairly new interactive process developed by Samir Khan and his Khan Academy. I recently discovered this … Continue reading

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