Diplomatic Courier interview with Prof Kapur at the Global Talent Summit 2017

Watch the Diplomatic Courier interview with Prof Kapur at the Global Talent Summit 2017, ETH Zurich

Global Talent Summit 2017 and Swiss Radio Interview

Manu invited to speak at the Global Talent Summit 2017 in ETH Zurich, Switzerland. He was also interviewed by the Swiss Radio, Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen (SRF). The audio of the interview (in German) can be found here

Prepare students 'to fail' so they can learn, report suggests

Manu's work on Productive Failure spotlighted in an article, published in The Times Higher Education (1st December 2016).

Innovating Pedagogy 2016

The Innovating Pedagogy 2016 report features Manu's research on Productive Failure as one of ten innovations that can potentially transform education. Click here to find out more.

Even in Singapore its high figures are not sacred anymore

Dr. Manu Kapur's commentary on creativity and innovation development in Singapore's current education system was featured in a Dutch news article published in De Groene Amsterdammer (18th October 2016).

Pencils down: New science is driving the country with the world’s best math students to rethink high-stakes tests

Check out this article published in Quartz (14th September 2016), where Dr. Manu Kapur shared his perspectives on high-stakes tests, as well as the education environment in Singapore.

El poder del Fracaso

Productive Failure was featured in the El Mercurio newspaper of Chile, published on 27th August 2016.

Avoid over-reliance on tests and exams

Manu’s latest commentary on why we should not depend too much on tests and exams was published at TODAY on 17th August 2016. Find out more here.

Teachers College, Columbia University's Mathematics, Science and Technology department awarded Manu its 2016 Distinguished Alumnus Award

Dr. Manu Kapur was awarded the 2016 Distinguished Alumnus Award for excellence in research and teaching in the learning sciences by The Department of Mathematics, Science and Technology, Teachers College, Columbia University. The reception honouring…

How “Productive Failure” in Math Class Helps Make Lessons Stick

Want to know how Productive Failure has helped you in remembering your math lessons? Find out more from this article published at KQED News on 19th April 2016.