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Kevin is founder of the world.edu project. The past 28 years have been involved in publishing to the education sector in print and the internet. Kevin has a degree in Education and has a many years experience in developing companies and projects.
Studying at university with intellectual disabilities: a right that becomes a reality

Studying at university with intellectual disabilities: a right that becomes a reality

Laura and Carlos are two people in their twenties who are eager to learn, meet new people and do things independently. They want to study at university so they can find a job. But their options for accessing higher education are extremely limited. Like them, most young people with intellectual disabilities do not finish high […] … learn more→

‘My brain leaves the room’: what happens when teachers talk too much?

‘My brain leaves the room’: what happens when teachers talk too much?

\About four students in every classroom will have a language or attention disorder. While some of these students will have an official diagnosis of developmental language disorder (DLD) or attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), others will be “hiding in plain sight”. These students may often be in trouble for acting out, underachieving or not attending school. In our new study, we interviewed […] … learn more→

These are the four types of resilience that exist

These are the four types of resilience that exist

Sara and Jorge are two close friends who graduated from college at the same time. They both faced a difficult job market and struggled to find employment. However, their experiences and responses to adversity were very different. Sara decided to see the situation as an opportunity for personal growth. Thanks to her resilience and persistence, […] … learn more→

Struggling to discuss climate change with older relatives? These 3 scenarios can help

Struggling to discuss climate change with older relatives? These 3 scenarios can help

Have you ever felt it difficult to express your climate anxiety in conversation with older relatives? You are likely not alone, as climate change is a topic rife with high stakes, differing views and strong emotions. Discussions can devolve into arguments, and arguments invite fallacies. Climate change is making communication harder as temperatures flare tempers and we […] … learn more→

7 ways to avoid becoming a misinformation superspreader when the news is shocking

7 ways to avoid becoming a misinformation superspreader when the news is shocking

The problem of misinformation isn’t going away – and may be getting worse, in the wake of the assassination attempt on former President Donald Trump. Internet platforms like Facebook and X have taken some steps to curb its spread and say they are working on doing more. But no method yet introduced has been completely successful at removing […] … learn more→

How to create mini reading clubs for the classroom in any subject

How to create mini reading clubs for the classroom in any subject

Our first interaction with written words occurs when we are told stories at home. From that moment on, and especially at school, we acquire and perfect the ability to read. A learning that we perfect throughout our lives. At school, starting from primary school, reading is directly present in all subjects. In all subjects it […] … learn more→

Could people turn Mars into another Earth? Here’s what it would take to transform its barren landscape into a life-friendly world

Could people turn Mars into another Earth? Here’s what it would take to transform its barren landscape into a life-friendly world

When I was in middle school, my biology teacher showed our class the sci-fi movie “Star Trek III: The Search for Spock.” The plot drew me in, with its depiction of the “Genesis Project” – a new technology that transformed a dead alien world into one brimming with life. After watching the movie, my teacher […] … learn more→

Smart Systems Engineered to put the brakes on DUI for good

Smart Systems Engineered to put the brakes on DUI for good

Driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI) remains a problem of epidemic proportions in the U.S. and beyond. Good people who normally obey the law are prone to having one or two too many before getting behind the wheel of their vehicles. At best, the driver might get pulled over by law enforcement and arrested […] … learn more→

How to create accessible materials for learning foreign languages?

How to create accessible materials for learning foreign languages?

In the global and interconnected world in which we live, the importance of learning foreign languages ​​is fully assumed, as it can help us improve our academic and professional career , enrich our personal lives and even have benefits for our brain . However, it is not so widespread to ensure access to these learnings for all citizens, regardless of their […] … learn more→