How Productive Failure Leads to Better Learning

This article published on 18, February 2016 at lifehacker tells us how Productive Failure has impacted our learning.

Productive Failure: How to keep going when you feel like your work sucks

Find out more about Productive Failure from this article published on 15, February 2016 at bufferopen.

Learning from Productive Failure

“Learning from Productive Failure” has been included in the Routledge Education #ReadMyResearch collection, which showcases the most talked about articles measured by Almetrics – an alternative citation impact metrics which provides instant…

The best way to learn math is to learn how to fail productively

Productive Failure was featured in Quartz, published on 29th October 2015. Check this article - "The best way to learn math is to learn how to fail productively" here

Intel IQ magazine looks at Productive Failure for its Maker initiatives

Intel IQ magazine looks at Productive Failure for its Maker initiatives. Check this out in the article ""Making” Is Setting You Up For Failure (And That’s A Good Thing)" published on August 6, 2015 from this link. The article was published…

Growth Mindset: How to Normalize Mistake Making and Struggle in Class

Productive Failure is mentioned in KQED News " Growth Mindset: How to Normalize Mistake Making and Struggle in Class", published on August 24, 2015.  Check it out here.

The Straits Times coverage on Implicit Social Cognition

Implicit Social Cognition is featured in a story on The Straits Times (Home, Page B1) on July 15, 2014.

In the classrooms of Singapore, calculators are not crutches

Dr Kapur’s article “In the classrooms of Singapore, calculators are not crutches” has been published on The Conversation on May 21, 2014.

Bigger gains for students who don’t get help solving problems

Take a look at this KQED.org story on Productive Failure: “Bigger gains for students who don’t get help solving problems“, published on February 25, 2014.

Failure can be productive for teaching children maths

Dr Kapur’s article “Failure can be productive for teaching children maths” has been published on The Conversation on February 19, 2014.