I’ve received a copy of this book and had a brief look through. Professor Luckin proposes an intelligence-based curriculum. It’s full of references to research, as you’d expect, and is bang up to date. For example, it mentions the fact that under the new General Data Protection Regulation people have the right to question decisions made automatically by an algorithm.
It covers the standard intelligence (IQ) test and explains why it’s inadequate, and concepts of social intelligence as favoured by Vygotski and others.
I haven’t read very much of the book so far, hence the category in which this…
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