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What Your Gaze Reveals: Attention, Processing and More
Eye movements during tasks provide information about what the person is currently occupied with and what goals are being pursued within the task.
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.
Optimizing The Classroom to Accelerate Learning
A new approach to grouping theory uses math to determine how to organize individuals to maximize learning.
Lemon Not Melon: How Our Brains “Time-Stamp” Sounds to Process the Words We Hear
While the brain’s role in processing individual sounds has been well-researched, there is much we don’t know about how we manage the fast auditory sequences that constitute speech.
Making Memories While We Sleep: One Brain Region Teaches Another
As the body moves between REM and slow-wave sleep cycles, the hippocampus and neocortex interact in ways that are key to memory formation.
How Students Determine If They're a “Math Person” or “Reading Person”
As students progress through their K-12 years they become more likely to engage in comparisons to determine whether they are either a “math person” or a “reading person.”
How Too Much Motivation Can Affect Decision Making
Researchers reveal why a level of motivation that is too high or too low can affect our perception and therefore our choices.
Teaching Self Regulation: Is Earlier Better?
Researchers explore the long-term effects of teaching self-regulation skills in young students.
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.
iPad Assessments on StepUp
Use the StepUp to Learn iPad Assessments to measure growth in student achievement
Can ‘Random Noise’ Unlock Our Learning Potential?
Though many of us may seek a quiet place in which to study, ‘noise’ may play a key role in helping some people improve their learning potential.