Infants Know Plants Provide Food, but Need to See They’re Safe to Eat
Infants as young as six months old tend to expect that plants are food sources, but only after an adult shows them that the food is safe to eat, according to new research published in
Ink on Paper: Some Notes on Note Taking*
I went to college long before the era of laptops, so I learned to take notes the old-fashioned way: ink on paper. But that does not mean my note-taking system was simple. Indeed it was
Will Mozart make my child smarter?
The Guardian: Playing Mozart and Beethoven to young children improves their listening skills, concentration and self-discipline, according to a study this week by the Institute of Education. The study was an evaluation of a programme
Multiplier les erreurs aide à mieux apprendre (Making mistakes helps you to learn better)
Le Figaro: Vingt-cinq siècles plus tard, le Pr Tom Stafford, du département de psychologie de l’université de Sheffield (Royaume-Uni), et son collègue de New York Michael Dewar viennent de confirmer l’enseignement du sage chinois dans
Students Remember More With Personalized Review, Even After Classes End
A computer-based individualized study schedule boosted students’ recall on subsequent tests.
Practice without cramming can optimise learning, study reveals
The Telegraph: Quality is just as important as quantity when it comes to practice, a University of Sheffield study has revealed. The research, which analysed game play data from 850,000 people, has revealed that the