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.
Rather than have students memorize names and dates, this history curriculum invites students to grapple with real-life issues faced by people from the past.
New data from Queensland shows there has been a 20% increase in homeschooling in the state over the past year.
NAPLAN results alarmingly show almost one in three Australian children don’t meet the expected standard in Year 3.
Some children of HIV-positive parents drop out of school to look after their mothers and fathers. Others skip class to earn cash for the family by selling goods.
Insights from youth about COVID-19 school closures and youth exclusion from pandemic-related decisions suggest we have an opportunity to improve how we support youths’ rights.
There is growing evidence suggesting difficulties with reading and mental health may be related in some children.
A report from the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission outlines government and school responsibilities for educating students with disabilities and calls for changes in reading instruction.
According to cognitive psychology there are three distinct types of memory. Each plays a different role in effective study.
Researchers from an Indigenous literatures lab examine texts that are well-suited for a new Grade 11 course, First Voices.
Our study – based on a survey of more than 70,000 NSW high school students – looked at what impacts upon their ‘academic buoyancy’.
Our new research shows the benefits of involving children in designing the activities they do in outside school hours care.
A leadership program for Black youth sees students participate in research related to their communities and education to propose solutions to issues that affect their lives.
Elected officials must consider relevant research and legal context when shaping education policies. Otherwise, they risk destabilizing classrooms and harming students.
Access to schooling for four-year-olds is inconsistent across Canada. Families need to know children are immersed in high-quality early learning, and they shouldn’t be exhausted searching for it.
Shelter dogs get a new shot at life through a college course that teaches them how to be faithful companions once again.
Let them know that you understand and believe them.
In many cases, shyness is not a cause for concern and may have associated benefits. Parents and caregivers can learn strategies to support shy children in making transitions.
As the school term stretches on, many parents might be tempted to take their children away for a break. Here’s what you need to consider.
Students who perform below standards in Year 3 require more support to catch up to their peers.