Only when you possess background knowledge about a topic can you think critically about it.
By December 2020, a large body of research showed that children represented two per cent or less of COVID.
There's a direct relationship between background knowledge about the topic of a book and one’s ability to understand it.
Unfortunately, British Columbia's new curriculum focuses on the process of learning rather than on actual content.
B.C. recently revamped its curriculum—and definitely not in a good way.
Tests are the best way to assess students on actual knowledge and skills acquired in a course.
Instead of learning the standard algorithms for mathematics, students were expected to invent their own.
The Toronto school board wants to lift the “veil of objectivity” from mathematics.