The learning individual
The learning society
Fostering a growth mindset
Is it as simple as it sounds?
January 8, 2018
The hidden triggers of childhood obesity
Can we design our way out of the obesity crisis?
January 3, 2018
Brain training for children
Can it have a meaningful, long-term impact on performance?
November 24, 2017
Toys will be toys
Tackling gender stereotypes in childhood is tough
November 17, 2017
Don’t let government come between dads and kids
"To avoid the obstacles created by our government, a father with young children needs more than a warm heart and lots of patience"
November 10, 2017
Identifying what works in education
The challenge of conducting research trials in school
October 30, 2017
The comfort of online friends
Parents might want to consider their children’s personality types in determining policies around social media and Internet use at home
Gillian R. Hayes
October 23, 2017
First day of school
"This is the way that children learn, almost like little scientists, by freely feeling, dissecting and processing the world around them"
October 19, 2017
Neuromyths in education
Separating fact from fiction
October 16, 2017
Bringing scientific evidence to the classroom
Educational neuroscience is not a cure-all for education. But it does promise to find out how we can best support all learners
September 20, 2017
Developmental science grows up
How do we nurture the impact of learning science?
September 12, 2017
Leveraging technology can make a difference in refugee children’s lives
Psychologist Selcuk Sirin explains how digital games can improve mental health and educational outcomes of Syrian refugee children in Turkey
Gelgia Fetz Fernandes
August 18, 2017