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In this program, educator Myron Dueck takes a deeper dive into the power of questioning, experiencing so-called "desirable difficulties," and making mistakes by exploring four related topics: "There's no such thing as average," "Jagged Intelligences," "Multiple Pathways," and "Context Matters." It also features an interview with cognitive-behavioral scientist Celeste Kidd on why she revisited the famous "Marshmallow Study" and her intriguing new findings.
Length: 46 minutes
Copyright date: ©2019
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