Latest Vladimir Sloutsky Stories
A new study provides evidence that one important part of memory undergoes substantial development even after the age of 7.
Bar graphs can be an easy way to communicate a data set to a wide array of people. Yet when educators are teaching children how to use these graphs, they may be doing more harm than good if they include any visuals inside of the graph itself.
New research challenges the conventional thinking that young children use language just as adults do to help classify and understand objects in the world around them.
Young children show evidence of smart and flexible behavior early in life â€“ even though they donâ€™t really know what theyâ€™re doing, new research suggests.
Most teachers believe that students learn better when abstract concepts are taught using concrete materials or examples -- but a new study suggests they may be wrong.
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