Trust, Sharing Economy and Behavioral Economics

August 22, 2016

Trust, the Sharing Economy and Behavioral Economics

By D’Arcy Coolican & Lucas Coffman

Trust. It’s a complex, tricky, hard to explain, harder to define concept, but it’s crucial for so many things.

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Governance

Stanford Experiments with Virtual Reality, Social-Emotional Learning and Oculus Rift

By Blake Montgomery Aug 16, 2016

What can virtual reality, the technology that arguably takes the viewer farthest away from the tangible world, teach students about expressing themselves and interacting with each other? 249 more words

Creativity And Innovation

Racing The Middle School Brain

[NPR captures the trials and tribulations of a group of middle school students as they work on their design for a human kinetics race car. 468 more words

Creativity And Innovation

How to Start a Startup: 3 Things I learned While Attending the Founder’s Conference

For some years passed, I have been seriously thinking of starting a startup. A small company that will solve a problem in an innovative way and that will grow rapidly. 990 more words

Creativity And Innovation

Evolutionary Conservation

The Netherlands

With the destruction of many natural environments and many species driven close to extinction, conservation biologists used to think that the answer to saving at least some of this precious land and endangered species was to create National Parks and Protected Areas. 716 more words

Leadership

Making School New

Suzie Boss, Summer 2016

On a typical school day in the Elizabeth Forward School District, which covers parts of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, students engage in learning activities that are anything but typical for public education. 442 more words

Creativity And Innovation