Jean hopes that Discovery Tour can appeal to and edify a much wider range of people than the 18-rated Assassin’s Creed games have before. “I’m a father of two, and for years I was in the situation where I was proud of our work, knowing the amount of detail that was in those games, but reluctant to bring [my children] with me in front of the screen,” he says. “I had a very personal motivation in that I want to be able to explore Egypt with them, and for them to learn something. Discovery Tour will allow a lot of our players to revisit this world with their kids, or even their parents. … [Read more...] about ‘We give access to a lost world’: Assassin’s Creed’s new life as a virtual museum
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'The kind of learning process mediating such development is called "unsupervised learning" – a term often used also in the field of machine vision and artificial intelligence – given its spontaneous, passive nature that does not require a teacher guiding explicitly the learning,' said Zoccolan. … [Read more...] about First ‘passive’ visual experiences as children influence how we see the world as adults and could help build more sophisticated AI, study shows
Research into the effects of technology on learning has yet to demonstrate much in the way of positive results, though. A recent study published by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology found that students barred from using laptops or digital devices in lectures and seminars did better in exams than those allowed to use computers and access the internet. And research last year from the London School of Economics found schools that banned pupils from carrying mobile phones showed a sustained improvement in exam results, with the biggest advances coming from struggling students. … [Read more...] about Could Steiner schools have a point on children, tablets and tech?
We had a strong family bond. The only thing that bothered me back then was being sent to the secondary modern, despite being bright enough for the Grammar like my older brother. Dad was old-fashioned and my future prospects were limited because I was a girl.’ … [Read more...] about Evil stepmum tore up photos of dead mother in front of children’s faces
'While some people may judge these acts as salacious let’s not forget there was a young woman who was [allegedly] brutalised and murdered and then dumped in a park in a callous act,' he said. … [Read more...] about How Mercedes-driving gym junkie father-of-two, 51, ‘lost his way’ after a marriage breakdown and being sacked by Transport NSW before ‘murdering Nicole Cartwright and dumping her body at a children’s park’