An explosion of invention 150 years ago, connected by a new singular idea - environments - revolutionized the disciplines. Today, a new singular idea - artifacts - enables us to unify art and science... More > and explain knowledge invention. With this idea we can answer perhaps the most evocative of all human questions, "Why are we artists?"< Less
An explosion of invention 150 years ago, connected by a new singular idea–environments–revolutionized the disciplines. Today, a new singular idea–artifacts–enables us to... More > understand the invention of knowledge and unify the arts and sciences.< Less
Education is about promise. As a nation we promise our children that we will prepare them for a good life in return for a childhood filled with working at learning. As teachers we promise our... More > students that what we ask them to do is of high value. I believe we can argue persuasively that these promises are not being met.< Less
How can we meet the increasing demands on American education for more content, greater complexity, and much higher levels of student success? How can we make every student a more effective learner? ... More > How can we help every teacher support learning more productively? How can we create schools that enable each and every child to achieve the education to which he or she aspires?
We can with a new technology of education - a technology focused on student practice and conceptual visualization. Fortunately, this new technology is now at hand, and it can enable us to revolutionize education. Please join me in an exploration of these new physical ideas that are here, so desperately, needed. Art Bardige< Less