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BBC World Hacks

BBC World Hacks

BBC World Hacks

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Giving children lessons in how to think and learn for themselves can lead to dramatic improvements in results, according to education researchers. World Hacks meets children learning these “meta-cognition” techniques through philosophy lessons and juggling and looks at the difficulties in implementing the system. We also hear a big idea about Christmas and look at the best advice for avoiding paying a bribe. Presented by Sahar Zand. Image caption: Child with hand up in class / Image credit: AP


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