Research -- StepUp to Learn
The Way We Learn From Mistakes Can Lead to Anxiety
Student expectations of exam grades reveal which individuals have an optimistic or pessimistic outlook, and why that matters.
Talk With Your Hands? You Might Think With Them Too!
When we learn, we use movement practice to embed movement patterns into our muscle memory.
Why Are Language Delays More Common in Boys?
Caregivers talk more to toddlers after they say their first word, which suggests that children actively influence their own language development.
How to Boost Emotional Development and Learning Engagement Before Kindergarten
Preschoolers who did this on a regular basis demonstrated more success in emotional development, learning engagement and academic performance across the kindergarten year.
A Boost to Executive Function in Early Childhood
Researchers explore whether adherence to American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines for diet and physical activity had any relationship with toddlers’ executive function.
How The Brain Says 'Oops!'
How do we learn from our mistakes? This important brain research helps us understand how our brains detect our mistakes.
How to Get Kids on a Path to Better Wellbeing
Toddlers whose mothers received special coaching in this activity grew into teenagers who experience better wellbeing.
"Do You See What I See?" How Cultural Diversity Impacts Attention
New insights into the role of social interaction and cultural diversity in the development of attention.
Making The Wait Less Arduous for Young Children
Three minutes can be endless for small children. They can learn how to bridge them effectively--no matter their temperament--with this strategy.
Leaving Kids to Fight It Out On Their Own
Zero to minimal intervention during conflict among children is a characteristic of the mimamoru approach practiced in Japanese schools to foster the voluntary participation of kids in their learning.
Sport May Fast-Track Numeracy Skills for Indigenous Children
Greater sports participation is linked with better academic performance, according to new research from the University of South Australia.
Children With Dyslexia Show Stronger Emotional Responses
Dyslexia is much more complex than just a weakness in reading skills.
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