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How Digital Will Change Schools?

August 16, 2016

Digital learning is all the craze in schooling now, especially in the Western countries. It seems at times that going digital promises to fix all the challenges and problems in schools these days. The picture is, of course, not that simple. The first truth about digital is that digital alone is absolutely nothing. A book […]

The Lightneer Mission

March 21, 2016

Here’s the deal. Innumerable people in the world struggle with learning and understanding. Education is broken: according to recent research, 25% of school kids are bored to death and almost 50% of them have no understanding of why they go to school. Our educational systems are not well equipped to deal with the learning challenges set […]

The Best Learning Games, Part 3: Reading, Languages and Coding

March 20, 2016

Reading skills are the other over-represented category in learning games, in addition to math. This is, in a sense, a good thing, given that reading is the #1 skill we need for extensive learning to happen. I’ve often thought that reading skills (both elementary reading and more advanced skills like media literacy) are actually a kind […]

The Best Learning Games, Part 2: Math

There are probably two categories that are over-represented in learning games: basic math and elementary reading. Of course, this should come as no surprise as these are the two most important skills and learning metaskills we have. While many math games are simply variations of drilling math with a cute animal on top, there are […]