THE ART & SCIENCE OF LEARNING

Four Reasons Exams are Ineffective in Measuring Learning

Most education systems across the world rely on exams as a means of improving and assessing student...

“I did not only want to learn for the tests”: A conversation with Minerva Baccalaureate student Kailey Kim

Kailey Kim (Eunkyeol Kim 김은결) is a Minerva Baccalaureate student at Grace International Academy...

A Teacher’s Guide: How to Use Data to Measure Student Engagement

The evidence in favor of active student engagement is overwhelming: learning outcomes are higher in...

“Learning Outcomes are the starting point, the process, and the finish line” : A conversation with Minerva Baccalaureate instructor Patricia Mejia

Patricia Mejia is a Minerva Baccalaureate instructor teaching World Cultures and World History at...

High Schools Need A Shake Up: Here Are 6 Ways How

My high school journey in India, like that of most people across the globe, was intense for the...

SK Executive Young-Woog Song on partnering with Minerva to build the next generation of female leaders

Young-Woog Song is the Executive Vice President of Strategy Planning for mySUNI, the professional...

The Scientific Method: The World as Your Lab - Environmental Sciences

From Textbook to Terrain Science is the process of learning how the world works. Students come to...

The Scientific Method: The World As Your Lab - Chemistry

Out of the Cookbook into the Kitchen Science is the process of learning how the world works....

The Scientific Method: The World As Your Lab - Physics

Physics Adventure: The World and Your Body as a Lab Science is the process of learning how the...

3 Ways Thoughtful Debate Can Broaden Understanding of Complex Problems

Can thoughtful, respectful debate change people’s opinions?