Rapid Doubling of Knowledge Drives Change in How We Learn

Classrooms were developed in Prussia in the 1770s as a new technology for dissemination of information that the state wanted students to know. Its purpose was to efficiently deliver a standardized curriculum to as many young people as possible. In the 19th century, universal compulsory education at the elementary grades was available in most countries … Continue reading Rapid Doubling of Knowledge Drives Change in How We Learn