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Canada’s provinces can learn much from each other about approaches to pandemic recovery. Students seen at College Louis Riel in Winnipeg, Man., in January 2022. THE CANADIAN PRESS/John Woods

Low PISA math scores post-pandemic: Policies need to consider both academic excellence and equity

To boost post-pandemic math learning, a multi-dimensional approach is needed that promotes the success of the whole child: academic, physical and socio-emotional.
Teachers want to connect with students in ways that help them learn. Government of Prince Edward Island

The same people excel at object recognition through vision, hearing and touch – another reason to let go of the learning styles myth

The idea that each person has a particular learning style is a persistent myth in education. But new research provides more evidence that you won’t learn better in one modality than another.
Changes in the synapses between neurons is responsible for learning and memory. KTSDESIGN/Science Photo Library via Getty Images

Memories may be stored in the membranes of your neurons

Pinpointing where memories are stored in the brain and how they are transmitted could provide new targets to treat neurological diseases and serve as models for neuromorphic computing.
Watching this one-year old going to sleep might make you want to go to sleep too. Shutterstock

These neurons are the reason you yawn when you see others do it – and they could help us teach children more creatively too

Mirror neurons play a fundamental role in learning by imitation and observation or empathy. This is why we should take them into account when developing new educational tools.
Focusing on grades or scoring doesn’t help students learn and retain information and causes pressure and stress. (Unsplash/Elisa Ventur)

How ‘grade obsession’ is detrimental to students and their education

Teachers in a study identify ‘grading obsession’ as a top challenge in education. Some are fighting back and dedicating class time to student self-assessment and peer assessment activities.
A honeybee is performing the waggle dance in the center of this photo to communicate the location of a rich nectar source to its nestmates. Heather Broccard-Bell

Unlocking secrets of the honeybee dance language – bees learn and culturally transmit their communication skills

Honeybees possess one of the most complex examples of nonhuman communication. New research suggests that it is learned and culturally passed down from older to younger bees.

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