Just as in other countries, COVID-19 outbreaks are a matter of when, not if, should Ontario schools reopen in September.
False beliefs about the brain, called neuromyths, are ubiquitous in education. Is there any hope of debunking them?
The gravitational pull of global rankings consumes university energy and attention. But there had to be a better way to measure their value.
Students say they have a hard time studying and cognitive science proves they're not trying to dodge work: there's a link between negative emotions and difficulties in concentrating.
Research shows napping helps young children learn, as well as enhancing their emotional well-being.
Some schools are starting to open up after the coronavirus lockdown. But what if you're worried about sending you kids back too soon. Unschooling might be one solution, so how does it work?
Government initiatives to support student learning during and after the pandemic can't be effective without an invaluable educational resource: teachers' expertise and care.
Drawing lets us look outward and inward simultaneously. It doesn't have to be perfect and practice makes progress. Here are some tips for getting started and drawing inspiration from the familiar.
Many school kids may be studying from home as their schools have closed or they need to isolate themselves for other reasons. Parents won't need to be teachers, but more teachers' aids.
A quirk of psychology that affects the way people learn from others may have helped unlock the complicated technologies and rituals that human culture hinges on.
Integrating technology into schools involves understanding the dynamic relationship between technology, how it's used in the classroom and the content of the curriculum.
Stories like 'Romeo and Juliet,' 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' and 'Jane Eyre' are still relevant today.
Adult education should never be seen as a luxury.
Researchers have discovered that the hippocampus and neocortex work together.
What kind of curious are you? Scientists explore different types of curiosity and their home in the brain.
Students in an information technology unit were given a chance to learn from their mistakes to score higher marks. But only the motivated showed an improvement.
Could mating preferences, like females preferring males who sing complex songs, affect the evolution of learning? Insights from birds could have clues for how people learn throughout their lives.
Some animals, like rats, learn linguistic patterns better than humans can.
Play and learning are one and the same for Mbendjele children.
This is how to design schools for autistic children.