PsychED recently reviewed an article on "bad" behavior and the dissatisfaction of fundamental needs. Today, we dive deeper into this important question thanks to an exclusive interview with the author, Ron Oostdam.
Ron Oostdam, PhD, is professor of Learning and Instruction and Research Director of the Centre for Applied Research in Education (CARE) of the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS)...
PsychED recently reviewed an article on teacher- and student-enjoyment in class. Today, we dive deeper into this virtuous circle thanks to an exclusive interview with the author, Anne C. Frenzel.
Anne C. Frenzel is Professor of Educational Psychology and Academic Director of the M.Sc. Program Psychology: Learning Sciences at the University of Munich, Germany. Her research focus and expertise are teachers’ and learners’ emotions and motivation and their mutual relationships. She is and has been also involved in OECD studies such as PISA and TALIS.
PsychED recently reviewed an article about the factors and merits of Personal Best Goals-Setting. Today, we dive deeper into this idea thanks to an exclusive interview with the article's author, Andrew Martin.
Mindfulness meditation has short-term benefits on attention and performance, new study confirms.
Many studies have demonstrated the benefits of mindfulness meditation (MM) on mental and physical health, including improvements in well-being, sleep, and much more; but the benefits could extent to academic performance, according to a new study...
PsychED recently reviewed an article in which Lennart Schalk proposed to reverse the traditional "tell-and-practice" teaching sequence and to replace with an student-centered "trial-and-error" approach.
Today, we will look deeper into this idea thanks to an exclusive interview with the author.