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Examining the Intelligence of NFL Players – Infographic

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Contrary to what popular opinion may be, NFL players must possess brains in order to be successful on the field. Statistics indicate that the best players in the National Football League receive high scores on intelligence tests that are administered annually. Indeed, the best players have been shown to score highest in subject areas such as science, writing and finance. Continue reading “Examining the Intelligence of NFL Players – Infographic” »

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Sir Ken Robinson: The World We Explore (Video)

Education and creativity expert Sir Ken Robinson gives a fantastic talk on how the standardized nature of the educational system restricts the imagination and creative diversity of today’s students. He argues that rather than worrying about the future of the external world, more resources should be invested in breaking down the boundaries that society subtly sets within our own minds and hearts.

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Sir Ken Robinson: Do Schools Kill Creativity? (Video)

A profound talk by Sir Ken Robinson on human intelligence and the pressing need for an education system worldwide which nurtures childhood creativity. He argues that schools today are geared towards stigmatizing wrong answers (which subsequently restricts creativity and freedom of expression in students) and makes the point that creativity is something we slowly unlearn as we get older and become molded by the “rules” of general society.

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Improving Your Cognitive Ability Is Possible After All

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If given the opportunity, it goes without saying that nearly everyone would elect to improve their cognitive ability. At the same time, most people suffer from the misconception that intelligence is fixed. While this was the commonly accepted view for a long time, modern science has shown that it is entirely possible to get smarter. In fact, millions of people are already doing so. Continue reading “Improving Your Cognitive Ability Is Possible After All” »

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