Modern brain research disproving the dualistic myth of a distinction between “mind” and body should translate into a new approach to education harnessing the potential benefits of “embodied learning”, new paper argues.
Project-based learning is superior to traditional instruction, new study finds. Not only does it help students develop additional skills and attributes: it is also superior in terms of knowledge acquisition and academic performance.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy is an effective intervention against procrastination, new study finds. A recent meta-analysis reviewed 24 studies conducted over 1,173 students and comparing four different types of intervention against procrastination.
Shyness is associated with learning maladjustment, a new study confirms. Based on self-reports from 677 Chinese high school students, the authors were able to investigate some of the reasons for the negative impact of shyness on “learning adjustment”