This week's three... gotta love it..
which one is your favorite? Let me know in the comments.
Have a good one!
1. Mars ROVER
No one makes off-road vehicles like NASA. The original Lunar Roving Vehicle took on the surface of the Moon and the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity have been running across the Red Planet for seven years. But if you're sending people to Mars, they're going to need something to ride in — and this Mars Rover concept looks like something straight out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. - UNCRATE
2. Finland's new, weird school 'subjects'
I don't know if you've noticed this, but there is no such job as "math."
There are mathematicians, sure, or engineers, but even math-heavy jobs still need strong foundations in grammar, technology, and history if they want to be successful. So it's a little weird that American schools divide these subjects so heavily, like they are ingredients in a soup.
In Finland, they're trying a different approach. Rather than teach subjects as dry, separate ingredients, from now on, it's all cooking together.
Finland's concept is called "phenomenon-based learning." Here's how it works: Rather than focus on one subject like math, students and teachers sit down and pick a real-world topic that interests them — climate change, for example — which is then dissected from different angles. What's the science behind it? How are nations planning on dealing with it? What literature is there about it? - Read further on UPWORTHY
3. Adidas NEW YORK (re-release)
'cause how cool? Adidas Originals re-released its New York silhouette, an icon of 80s style,
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