We can deny it, but test after test (whether valid or not) shows boys score well in higher math and girls in elementary reading. What to do?
Can a group of blogging freshmen in IL find the answer to what motivates students everywhere to success? One English teacher hopes they can.
Does it matter if the background of a decision is presented in a language that’s not your native tongue? Does emotion still play a role?
Cognitive advantages have been noted in previous research for bilingual children and adults. Studying how babies process 2 languages holds keys.
Scientists are curious people indeed, but all humans are naturally curious about something. What about us makes us that way?
Esp. for African-American boys, storytelling ability seems linked to the trajectory of reading achievement in elementary school.
Reading and spelling difficulties could play an important role in determining what special education services young students may need.
Young readers comprehend just as well by learning with a phonics-only approach, rather than whole-word meanings, new research suggests.
A London study has used a genetic scoring technique to predict reading performance throughout school years from DNA alone.
People who swear may filter their words less, but new research suggests they’re also more honest, because they filter their thoughts less too.