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In-depth Review of Georgetown’s Quantum Mechanics Course — Class Central

Major quantum mechanics physicists (left to right): Heisenberg, Pauli, Dirac, Schrödinger Quantum theory and Einstein’s general theory of relativity are the two great fundamental theories of contemporary physics. Between them they provide the conceptual framework and the mathematical language in which we express all other theories in physics, and they provide the basic principles to …

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Future of Work Is Nothing Without Consideration For The Future of Learning

Are people talking about the future of learning? I see many headlines about the future of work on the front pages of our newspapers. The covers of magazines on the endcaps of grocery store aisles show companies that just gave their all to work from home forever. Email subject lines include interviews with startup founders …

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Amid the Hype over Web3, Informed Skepticism Is Critical

As the term Web 3.0 or “Web3” — the third generation of the Internet based on “decentralized” technologies — has captured the collective imagination, skeptics are often penalized for offering criticism rather than alternatives. If you don’t like Web3, its promoters say, just build something better. This must-be-building ethos is pervasive in the tech industry, …

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Open World Learning | Research, Innovation and the Challenges of High-

This book provides cutting-edge contemporary research insights into key applications and processes of open-world learning. Open world learning attempts to understand access to education, structures and the existence of dialogue and support systems. It examines how the application of open world and educational technologies can be leveraged to create opportunities for open and quality education. …

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Cognitive Load Theory and its Applications for Learning

Why is learning effortful? Why do we struggle to learn calculus but easily learn our mother tongue? How can we make hard skills easier to learn? Cognitive load theory is a powerful framework from psychology for making sense of these questions. Cognitive load theory, developed in the 1980s by psychologist John Sweller, has become a …

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From Web3 to Ed3 – Reimagining Education in a Decentralized Worl… — Mirror

Collaboratively written by Atish Mistry, Blair Rorani, Scott Meyer, Vriti Saraf Key Insights Education is key to human flourishing, but current models are not leading to optimal learning for the majority of people around the world. Web3 has enabled creators to own their work online, ed3 enables students to own their education. Nascent ed3 models …

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