Getting students to understand a tough concept like evolution could be better if you teach them the fundamentals of genetics first.
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Learning about the brain after traumatic brain injury can help with the long-term recovery process; how the training works is a mystery.
A new study out of IL suggests that online ads that targets users based on a profile may be backfiring, esp with college students.
Doctors may one day be able to model the cell-level effects of exposure to traffic-related air pollution using telomere length in our cells.
Students who smoke marijuana are less likely to attend college & less likely to get good grades in high school.
If elementary students get good vision screenings, some research suggests they may experience better academic outcomes.
No support for education “experts” who think tailoring instruction based on “Learning Styles” (visual, auditory, tactile, etc.) actually works.
Bullying of 5th graders leads to depression in 7th graders and substance abuse in 10th grade, a new study out of Delaware has found.
In looking for a job, more research is starting to confirm that those happiest in their jobs are those with autonomy.
Reading and spelling difficulties could play an important role in determining what special education services young students may need.