Technology and Education After the Pandemic

April 26, 2021

Recognizing the Value of Reading for Pleasure

April 22, 2019

In this edition of The Interview, Fair Observer talks to Andy Seed, a British children’s author. Why is reading so important? It’s a question that academics, governments and families have considered essential for children. Indeed, reading helps to broaden the mind. Those who read books...

The Discredited Value of Humility in Education

April 12, 2019

As we await the reign of artificial intelligence, is it too late to refine the idea we have of purely human intelligence? The Daily Devil’s Dictionary explains. According to the British Psychology Society, various studies prove that “intellectual humility correlates with superior general...

Is This a Powerful Learning Technique?

December 19, 2018

The world of education seems to be discovering for the first time that humans can produce coherent discourse. This is the last edition of The Daily Devil’s Dictionary for 2018. Traditional educational practices have been under fire for some time. But what is the miracle technique we can now...

Education in India: Proselytization Poses as Policy

October 22, 2016

Each successive generation of education policymakers has tried to imprint their particular notion of India on the youth by shoving information down their throats and not letting them think. This year, the big education policy event in India is the making of the National Education Policy 2016...