Where is the train the brain, and what requires a swing at school? New Education.

Where is the train the brain, and what requires a swing at school? New Education. The education system - that seems to be one of the most conservative sectors of society. How little has changed in schools and universities since the study of our parents - all the same lessons, change, couples sessions, tests ... But the world is not standing still. The fact that the new can be put into the walls of educational institutions - in this article.

The traditional view that a hike in the fitness center will benefit only our body, no longer works. Living in San Francisco recently can visit vibrantBrains - Establishment, where "sport" will deal with the brain. For a monthly fee of $ 60 clients of the club can take advantage of computers with special software and other devices to develop their thinking abilities. Target Audience innovative fitness center - members of the generation born after the Second World War. They are accustomed to attending traditional gyms, and reaching retirement age, faced with the need to maintain their intellectual abilities. This business is extremely profitable - for it does not need to rent a huge sports hall with high ceilings, or buy expensive fitness equipment. However, traditional fitness centers could easily add to the list of their services an intellectual exercise, as once added yoga and martial arts.

As exemplified by the company TeachStreet , The computer can be used not only as a direct learning tool, but also to find appropriate places of learning. Specialists TeachStreet combined on the same site information on more than twenty-five thousand courses, trainings, trainers and private tutors from Seattle. Before prospective students presented with a choice of five hundred-odd items from the traditional teaching cooking, tennis, or play musical instruments to surf or breakdance. The teachers were excellent platform for the free dissemination of information about their services. One of the key features of the site is that the search is conducted, including and subject to a residential address eager to get the new user's knowledge - and the results are presented on the map.

But not only the modern site can be useful for education - as proved by Daniel Sheridan from the UK, children's swings, too, can help students acquire knowledge. By participating in volunteer projects in Kenya, Daniel built a school for African children and found that a barrier to learning can become banal lack of electricity. Thus was born the idea of turning a swing in the alternator. Ten-minute use of this attraction makes it possible to light a classroom for a few hours of study. The first example of unique swing is already installed in a school in Uganda.