Integrated computing enables teachers to incorporate basic programming skills into K-12 students’ regular math, science and language arts classes.
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.
Children learn more science when they watch an AI-powered cartoon character than with a regular Mickey Mouse or Dora the Explorer, a new study finds.
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.
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.
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.
ChatGPT could lead to substantial learning gains if it’s used as a tutor, an online learning specialist says.
As the start of the school year looms, school uniform prices will be front-of-mind for many families already facing a cost of living crisis. What can be done to reduce the burden?
Ignoring local realities risks excluding children from learning.
How to make a ‘fortune teller’ or ‘chatterbox’ with children, and why the paper activity targets many developmental domains at once.
A lot of federal money is now available for making school buildings healthier. Two environmental health experts explain how school districts can best use it.
A scholar who used to evaluate after-school programs says they should do more than just be a place for kids to hang out and socialize.
The core principle of education is to enable students to become kind, giving and contributing members of their community and the world.
A study into the hierarchical relationship between first officers and their captains has shed light on the risk taking that occurs during the critical moment of landing an aircraft.
In today’s episode we take a look at how TikTok can be used as a tool to educate and has been a space for sharing information during major events in the last two years.
The question for all educators should be: How do we capitalize on COVID-19 initiated change to build better education systems for the future?
The brain can count small numbers or compare large ones. But it struggles to understand the value of a single large number. This fact may be influencing how people react to numbers about the pandemic.
Education must care for the multiple identities of students, not an elitist interest in some groups only.
People often try to seem confident and certain in their message so it will be trusted and acted upon. But when information is in flux, research suggests you should be open about what you don’t know.
The physical activity and social connection that take place at recess help children be more engaged once back in the classroom.