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    Marianne Stenger is a London-based freelance writer and journalist with extensive experience covering all things learning and development. She’s particularly interested in the psychology of learning and how technology is changing the way we learn. Her articles have been featured by the likes of ABC Education, The Huffington Post, Lifehacker, and Psych Central. Follow her on Twitter @MarianneStenger.

    Here are my most recent posts:

  • 10 Ways Authentic Learning Is Disrupting Education

    Authentic learning is a term used to describe instructional strategies that are designed to connect the subjects students are taught in school and university to the real world. Authentic learning experiences help students understand the relevance of what they’re learning and how they can apply their skills in the professional world. Rather than discussing hypothetical… Read More

  • Can We Learn to Be More Creative?

    Over the past few years we’ve written a lot about creativity and how to spark divergent thinking, from physical activities like taking a walk or doodling to using technology more effectively. But the idea that creativity is something we can actually learn and develop is a still relatively new one. Creativity is often viewed as… Read More