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Theo Dawson

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Dr. Theo Dawson, discusses a wide range of topics related to learning and development, alternative education, and the latest in learning and brain research for educators, parents, and learners everywhere.
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National leaders’ thinking: What we’ve learned so far…

In this article, I’ll be providing a summary of results from each group of leaders observed as part of Lectica’s National Leaders’ Study. Each time my colleagues and I complete a round of research for a particular group of national … Continue reading

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National Leaders’ thinking: Australian Prime Ministers

How complex are the interview responses of the last four Australian prime ministers? How does the complexity of their responses compare to the complexity of the U.S. presidents’ responses? Special thanks to my Australian colleague, Aiden M. A. Thornton, PhD. … Continue reading

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Fit-to-role, well-being, & productivity

How to recruit the brain’s natural motivational cycle—the power of fit-to-role. People learn and work better when the challenges they face in their roles are just right—when there is good fit-to-role. Improving fit-to-role requires achieving an optimal balance between an … Continue reading

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How to interpret reading level scores

Fleisch Kincaid and other reading level metrics are sometimes employed to compare the arguments made by politicians in their speeches, interviews, and writings. What are these metrics and what do they actually tell us about these verbal performances? Fleisch Kincaid … Continue reading

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President Trump passed the Montreal Cognitive Assessment

Shortly after the President passed the Montreal Cognitive Assessment, a reader emailed with two questions: Does this mean that the President has the cognitive capacity required of a national leader? How does a score on this test relate to the … Continue reading

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