The importance of parental responsiveness

My daughter is already one year old. She is really curious about the world around her and we try to stimulate her in any way. So, I became curious, about how the learning process is affected by the active role of parents. Several studies highlighted the importance of parents’ responsiveness for the language development inContinue reading “The importance of parental responsiveness”

Women in STEM: Daria

My 36th guest is Daria, a semiotician, studying how AI suggestions influence human cognition, and an advocate for science and education. Hi @daria.d.ark! First of all would you like to tell us something about you? Hi! My name is Daria, and I am a researcher in Semiotics. I am currently working on PhD project focusingContinue reading “Women in STEM: Daria”

The worst year to be alive

You are probably thinking that it is 2020, right? Well, even if 2020 is a particularly shitty year, 536 was definitely worst! According to dr. McCormick 536 was the worst year to be alive. Starting from 536, and for 18 months, Europeans and Asians did not see the sun: a fog obscured the Sun, whichContinue reading “The worst year to be alive”