Latest Educational psychology Stories
Allowing your kids to be independent may help make them smarter, according to new research linking childhood autonomy and higher cognitive skills.
Tablet-Based Tutoring Solution That Has Revolutionized Math Education at Home and at School Now Offers Face-to-Face Instruction at New Jersey Location PRINCETON, N.J., Jan.
MDR and EdNET Insight’s in-depth K-12 education market research captures many trends for 2015 including the rise of 1:1 computing, Chromebooks, flipped and blended models, and personalized learning.
LONDON, January 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- MUV Interactive, a developer of intuitive interaction technology solutions that enables displayed content to be utilized from anywhere
No matter what high-school clique we fell into – the jocks, the burnouts or the popular crowd – we probably had inflated perceptions of what the other groups were up to, according to a new study from a team of America researchers.
eReflect announces an inside look into the psychology of reading in a recent 7 Speed Reading™ blog post. New York City, NY (PRWEB) January 11, 2015
-- Emphasizing Real-World Connections and Encouraging Inquiry-Based Learning, Math Techbook Promotes Lasting Student Proficiency -- SILVER SPRING, Md., Jan.
The new Kids & Family Reading Report(TM) from Scholastic explores the reading attitudes and experiences that most influence children's reading habits, including reading aloud at home, independent reading
Feast on Innovation: A Creative Odyssey is a week-long incubator for artists, innovators and entrepreneurs that draws on ancient wisdom to inspire creativity and transformation. New
World's first NFC and QR Code solution for classroom achievements DALLAS, Jan.
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